If you've ever wanted to see a movie in a unique setting, look no further than Movies Under the Stars!
Each Fall and Spring season, the Police Jury shows all styles of movies under a star-filled Friday or Saturday evening at sundown in Prien Lake Park. The best thing about these events is that it's totally free to watch the event. Patrons are encouraged to bring their blankets or chairs out early (around 7pm) to claim a good spot in the park to watch some of the silver screen's finest films from recent blockbusters to timeless classic pictures.
Movies Under the Stars features ocean folklore, a one-of-a-kind talent competition, a forgetful fish and the life your pets don’t want you to know about when you leave the house.
- April 7th – Opening night, the ocean calls to a young Polynesian girl against her father’s wishes. Will she be able to lift the curse that has kept her village land-bound in Disney’s “Moana?”
- April 14th – A theater manager hatches a brilliant plan to save his theater by hosting a far-reaching singing competition! However, his life isn’t the only one that will transform after everyone has taken the spotlight in “Sing.”
- April 21st – One of Disney’s beloved characters gets a story of her own if only she could remember what it was. Find out if the delightful tang fish, Dory, can find her long-lost parents again in Disney’s “Finding Dory.”
- April 28th – It’s dog against dog with a few birds, rabbits and cats mixed in, when a terrier named Max and a mutt named Duke share an owner in “The Secret Life of Pets.” Before the movie, families will also be able to meet furry friends looking for a new home from the Calcasieu Parish Animal Services and Adoption Center.
See You At the Movies!