Filmweb, Nordisk Film Kino and Odeon Kino have collaborated with Telenor Arena and Rema 1000 to create Norway's newest indoor drive-in cinema at Fornebu. Beginning April 7 audiences are welcomed to four daily performances for seven days through April 14.
Among the films to be shown are the Easter comedy Fjols til Fjells, Pixar's latest film Forward, the film about Elleville Elfrid, the Oscar-winner Parasite, Vin Diesel's superhero movie Bloodshot and several other films for children, young people and adults.
The films will be shown on a large cinema dish. Twenty-four bass speakers are being installed in the arena, in addition to the sound being sent to the radios in the cars.
One hundred cars will be admitted per show. There are two ticket categories, premium for 375 kroner per car, including ticket fee, and ordinary for 275 kroner per car, including ticket fee. The ticket price is per car, and there can be a maximum of five people per car.
People with premium tickets can park in the first four rows closest to the screen. People with ordinary tickets can park in the remaining five rows.
Organizers recommend bringing a portable FM radio that runs on battery. A car radio with FM will work but there is the risk of running down the car battery if the engine isn’t running.
The cars will be placed at two meters intervals; all windows must be closed. Patrons are not allowed to leave the car during the event.
Updates will be posted on Odeon’s Facebook page.
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