It seems that Perth's love affair with outdoor cinemas knows no bounds, with film buffs now heading skywards for their fix of cult movies, classics and all-time favourites.
Even though Rooftop Movies is only in its second year, it has quickly become a fixture on the local summertime entertainment scene as more and more people make their way to the top of the Roe Street carpark in Northbridge for what the organisers are calling "pop-up paradise".
Rooftop Movies program manager Jessica Darlow believes the growing popularity of their little slice of cinema heaven is because of the program and the venue.
"It's a really unusual experience, so we put a lot of effort into making the place look really special," Ms Darlow said.
"So when you take the lift up to the sixth level and the doors open, we want you to have the feeling you've been transported to somewhere else. And it's summertime and people really want to be outside."
Ms Darlow also believes that the participation of the audience in choosing the films has contributed to the growing popularity of Rooftop Movies.
"We have a massive catalogue from which to select movies, going back to the 1950s, and we're really interested to find out what people want to see," she said.
The audience favourites are screened on Tuesdays - or as the organisers have christened it "Choosedays" - with Dirty Dancing the clear winner, followed by The Big Lebowski.
The most popular of the classic films is Casablanca.
Go to the Rooftop Movies website for the full program.