Disney's Frozen will be screened at Carisbrooke Castle as part of the Extraordinary Travelling Film Show. Picture courtesy of Disney.
SOME OF the Isle of Wight’s iconic landmarks and locations will provide the atmospheric backdrop for a new film-going experience this summer.
Movie industry marketing expert David Coultas, who has a second home in Bembridge, and events manager Juliette McCrimmon, pooled their experience to set up of The Extraordinary Travelling Film Show — a pop-up cinema for the Isle of Wight.
The programme of eight movies will be screened at locations with a link to them.
"We want to bring an old-fashioned, circus coming to town feel about it," said Mr Coultas.
Its organisers hope for bumper audiences of over 200 at each screening, starting with classic Spielberg horror, Jaws (PG), at Appley Tower, Ryde, on Saturday, August 2.
Other screenings will be:
Adventure classic The Goonies (PG) — Northwood House, Cowes
Hitchcock’s North By Northwest (PG) — the National Trust-owned field, beside the Dimbola Museum and Galleries, Freshwater. followed by a candlelit tour of Dimbola
Disney’s Frozen (U) — Carisbrooke Castle
Animated animal adventure Madagascar (U) — Isle of Wight Zoo
Cool cartoon comedy Ice Age (U)— Isle of Wight Zoo
Horrifying horticulture The Little Shop of Horrors (PG) — Ventnor Botanic Gardens
Interview With a Vampire (18) — The Garlic Farm, Newchurch
Tickets are available from www.travellingfilmshow.co.uk