The Peroni Sunset Cinema on Tanjong Beach just released its lineup of film screenings

We previously reported two months ago that the outdoor cinema series Peroni Sunset Cinema on Tanjong Beach would be returning for a second run this year. Now they’ve finally released the film program, dates and ticketing information.

Once again, they’ve kept to their word of presenting “award-winning films, sunsets, DJs, bars, food stalls, deck chairs and friends”. As Singapore’s first-ever silent cinema event, this second edition will take place on May 2-13 in the open area just outside of Tanjong Beach Club (TBC). The gates open from 5pm everyday so you can enjoy the sunset, overall summer ambience and music courtesy of DJs and instrumentalists while sipping on booze and eating food provided by Peroni and TBC.

, The Peroni Sunset Cinema on Tanjong Beach just released its lineup of film screenings

The feature films will start screening at 7:45pm on weekdays and 8:15pm on weekends. There are a total of 11 award-winning films and blockbusters you can choose from, including this year’s Golden Globe winner for Best Motion Picture (Drama), Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, a dark comedic drama featuring award winning actress Frances McDormand who plays a mother who’s hell-bent on getting justice for the violent death of her daughter in the sleepy town of Ebbing.

There’s also the Steven Spielberg-directed historical political motion picture drama The Post, which unravels the true story of The Washington Post journalists’ bid to expose a huge government cover-up that spanned across four American presidencies; The Shape of Water by the fantastical Golden Globe winning director, Guillermo del Toro, an out-of-this-world drama set in the Cold War era of the ’60s that explores the unlikely relationship between a lonely janitor and a mysterious amphibious experiment the former discovers in a secret research facility; and many more. And in case you’re worried about transport out of the island, they’re providing free shuttle buses you can get on from the large roundabout at FOC that will bring you back to Harbourfront MRT.

They’ve even maintained the price for each film at $29.80 a pop. Judging by last year’s successful edition, the tickets will probably fly off the shelves and sell out before you can say “90th Academy Awards” (which, by the way, will be out on Mar 5 in Singapore). For more information and a full lineup, click here. We wouldn’t hesitate if we were you.