Built as part of the Adelaide Film Festival, this bus shelter movie theatre features authentic theatre seating, cutains and a projector showing screenings every evening.
Built as part of the Adelaide Film Festival, this bus shelter movie theatre features authentic theatre seating, cutains and a projector showing screenings every evening. Lost at E Minor

Movie theatre in a bus shelter

ADELAIDE commuters are in for a little extra entertainment this month thanks to what may be the world’s smallest movie theatre in the form of a bus shelter.

A brainchild of Clemenger BBDO, the mini-cinema features authentic theatre seating, curtains and a projector showing screenings each evening at 9pm.

It has been transformed to promote the upcoming Adelaide Film Festival.

For more cool travel check out Lost at E Minor.



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