Free movies at the Courthouse
Hollywood comes to Coburg every month at the refurbished historic courthouse. Bookings essential.
The movies are open to senior citizens and are free for Moreland residents who hold an Aged or Disability Pension, or a Seniors Card.
The Court House building has been refurbished and transformed into a community space.
This Movies at the Courthouse video features people arriving at the premiere of Movies at the Courthouse and watching the first film screening. This video has music only.
Attendance is free for Moreland residents who hold an Aged or Disability Pension, or a Seniors Card.
Bookings are essential as numbers are strictly limited. Call 9350 8777 to reserve your seat.
Screenings in 2018
All sessions start at 10.30 am. Doors open at 10 am.
31 August, The Heiress
This 1949 romantic drama tells the story of a young naive woman who falls for a handsome young man, but her emotionally abusive father suspects him of being a fortune hunter.
14 September, Bells are Ringing (Please note this has changed from 21 to 14 September)
This 1960 romantic comedy-musical film centres on a Brooklyn answering service operator who becomes involved in the lives of her clients, including a struggling playwright with whom she begins to fall in love.
26 October, My Fair Lady
A 1964 musical that centres on a poor Cockney flower seller named Eliza Doolittle and an arrogant phonetics professor, Henry Higgins, who casually wagers that he can teach Eliza to speak "proper" English.
30 November, For Whom the Bells Toll
This1943 film is set during the Spanish Civil War. An American allied with the Republicans finds romance during a desperate mission to blow up a strategically important bridge.
14 December, The Shop Around the Corner
This 1940 film, about a pair of bickering store clerks who are secret pen pals, is one of old Hollywood's timeless romantic comedies.
Moreland residents who hold an Aged or Disability Pension, or a Seniors Card
Moreland City Council
Phone: 9240 1111