St.George OpenAir Cinema's season takes up residence at Sydney’s Fleet Steps this summer to show a series of flicks against a spectacular urban backdrop.

Always one of the most-coveted summer events, St.George OpenAir Cinema sells out at lightning speeds. It’s about to enter its 20th year, and the crowds just keep coming.

This year’s program features more than a dozen premier and preview films, alongside some of 2015’s most-talked-about titles. The season kicks off with a premier of Looking For Grace, a moving tale about the complexities of family life. Australia Day will feature a screening of spaghetti-western revenge comedy, The Dressmaker.

Other titles include Joy, The Martian, Spectre and Everest, among many more.

Peckish? St.George OpenAir Cinema takes your popcorn and raises you an eclectic selection of globally inspired dishes. The menu will be rejuvenated every month so you can enjoy a range of cuisines.

Tuck into a Vietnamese shredded-chicken noodle salad, or beer-battered fish and chips. Perhaps you’re hankering after a braised-mushroom-ragout tagliatelle in January, but feeling a Moroccan lamb tagine in February? The options are vast.

Chandon Bar will offer a selection of beers, wines, ciders and cocktails to drink in the sun.

Pat & Stick’s Homemade Ice Cream will also feature alongside a selection of soft drinks and warm beverages.

St.George OpenAir Cinema's season starts on January 8, 2016 and runs until February 9. Tickets are on sale from December 7, 2105 and the full season program is online at