Doha Film Institute releases this weekend’s drive-in movie lineup

Doha Film Institute releases this weekend’s drive-in movie lineup

Doha: This weekend, the Doha Film Institute (DFI) revealed the drive-in movie lineup. Three films in the Girl Power Series will be screened at Lusail Marina from now till Saturday. At 7 p.m., all of the films will be played.

“This weekend at our drive-in cinema, we are celebrating all things Girl Power!” DFI wrote in a message. So join us for three heroine-packed films ranging from family favourites to naughty comedies!”

The Parent Trap, directed by Nancy Meyers and released in 1998, will be screened today. Annie and Hallie, twins, are strangers until fate brings them together in this remake of a 1961 classic. Nick and Elizabeth, the divorced parents of the preteen girls, have one child each and live on opposite sides of the Atlantic.

Following their meeting at camp, American Hallie and British-raised Annie concoct a plan to exchange identities, allowing them to spend time with the parent they’ve missed. If the plan succeeds, the family may be reunited once more.

Cinderella, a 2015 film directed by Kenneth Branagh, will be shown on Friday. After her father passes away unexpectedly, Ella is forced to work as a scullery maid by her harsh stepmother and stepsisters. Regardless of her circumstances, she refuses to give up.

Ella receives an invitation to a palace gala in the hopes of reuniting with the dashing stranger she met in the woods, but her stepmother forbids her from attending. A nice beggar woman with a magical touch for common things comes to the rescue.

On Saturday, there will be a screening of David Frankel’s 2006 film The Devil Wears Prada. Andy, a new college graduate with big goals, is the protagonist of the film. She finds herself as the assistant of evil editor Miranda Priestly after gaining a job at prestigious Runway magazine.

Andy doubts her capacity to make it through her gruelling tour as Miranda’s whipping girl without being burned. The worst occupations, on the other hand, might provide the most pleasant surprises.

The film costs QR150 and may be purchased on the DFI website.

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