The Rooftop Cinema is back for another balmy summer of flicks in the sky, and has just announced the first part of its latest program.

There's the usual mix of hyped new releases (Spectre, and Amy Schumer in Trainwreck) and old classics, from Casablanca to Pulp Fiction.

If you're in the mood, you can sort your summer nights by theme: monsters (Martian, Aliens, Jurassic Park ... Mean Girls), music (Levi's is presenting a week of music features, including Amy and Straight Outta Compton), or good-old Christmas classics (Love, Actually, Home Alone).

December 5: The Martian
December 6: Mad Max: Fury Road
December 8: A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (Presented by Triple R)
December 9: Trainwreck
December 10:Black Mass
December 12: Southpaw
December 13: Zodiac
December 15: Bridesmaids
December 16: Spy
December 17: Sicario
December 19: Jurassic Park
December 20: Jurassic World
December 22: Love Actually
December 23: Home Alone
December 24: Elf
December 27: Casablanca
December 29: Stand By Me
December 30: The Goonies

January 2: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II
January 3: Pulp Fiction
January 5: Mean Girls
January 6: The Princess Bride
January 7: Everest
January 9: The Martian
January 10: The Talented Mr. Ripley
January 12: Clueless
January 13: Back To The Future
January 14: The Walk
January 16: Aliens (Presented by Deja-View)
January 17: Moon (Presented by Deja-View)
January 19: Searching for Sugarman (Presented by Levi's)
January 20: Straight Outta Compton (Presented by Levi's)
January 21: Mistaken for Strangers (Presented by Levi's)
January 23: Amy (Presented by Levi's)
January 26: Muriel's Wedding
January 27: Spectre
January 28: Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens
January 30: Mad Max: Fury Road
January 31: Interstellar

Tickets and more info for all December and January sessions are available online from Monday November 9.