FilmFour and Somerset House Trust have launched the line-upfor The Summer Screen, the first annual movie season to be held in the open-airsetting of the Courtyard at Somerset House in central London.
Up to 2,000 movie-goers a night, London's largest cinemaaudience, will be able to fit into Somerset House's 18th centuryCourtyard.
Summer Screen will use a giant screen 14 metres wide andallow food and drinks in the style of an urban picnic. It takes place from Tuesday 16- Saturday 20 August.
The line-up includes: Steven Spielberg's Close Encountersof the Third Kind (Special edition); Powell& Pressburger's A Matter of Life and Death; Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away ; Flash Gordon and a double bill of Shaun of the Dead and Land of the Dead.