Films at the Fort 2022, the 8th edition of Singapore’s premier open-air cinema event, is back after 3 years! To be held in the evenings from 10 – 21 August 2022 at Fort Canning Park, couples and friends can look forward to 11 experiential evenings of watching award-winning films in the open, accompanied by gourmet food and wine.
Movie screenings commences at 7:45pm daily (door opens at 5:00pm).
10 August 2022 (Wednesday) – Official Competition
114 minutes, M18 Some Mature Content and Coarse Language (Spanish with English Subtitles)
11 August 2022 (Thursday) – The Survivor
129 minutes, NC16 Violence and Some Nudity
12 August 2022 (Friday) – Licorice Pizza
134 minutes, NC16 Coarse Language and Sexual References
13 August 2022 (Saturday) – The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent
107 minutes, NC16 Coarse Language and Drug Use
14 August 2022 (Sunday) – Everything Everywhere all at once
139 minutes, M18 Some Homosexual Content and Sexual References
16 August 2022 (Tuesday) – Petite Maman
73 minutes, PG (French Language with English Subtitles)
17 August 2022 (Wednesday) – Operation Mincemeat
127 minutes, M18 Homosexual References
18 August 2022 (Thursday) – A Hero
128 minutes, PG (Farsi Language with English Subtitles)
19 August 2022 (Friday) – Another Round
117 minutes, M18 Sexual Scene (Danish Language with English Subtitles)
20 August 2022 (Saturday) – Forrest Gump
120 minutes, PG
21 August 2022 (Sunday) – Ali & Ava
95 minutes, NC16 Coarse Language
Film Screening: From SGD 36.80 per person / film
Ticket excludes food and drinks.
Bar and food stalls are available at the event and payment can be made via cash or credit cards. NETS are not accepted.
Fort Canning is a grass amphitheatre. Guests are advised to arrive early with their picnic rug or cushion to sit on the grass. Foldable chairs are prohibited.
The box office at event entrance will open at 5:00pm for door sales, if tickets have not been sold out online.
The films have age classifications, i.e. PG13, NC16, M18, and as such, age of guests will be verified according to the film of the day.