History buffs and cinema lovers will be able to enjoy a series of short documentaries in a pop-up cinema at the Cally Hotel this weekend.
The Story of the Road celebrates the 100th birthday of the Great Ocean Road with five short documentary pieces, each exploring a different township along the iconic route.
Cally Hotel manager Lucas Reid said the films told the story of the returned soldiers who constructed the road, the camps in which they lived, and the landscape they had to work in.
"They came back from war and built that road," he said.
"There is also the history of the people who had the vision (for the Great Ocean Road) including a mayor from Geelong.
"Some people only watch one or two documentaries, some people sit and watch all of them."
The mini-cinemas each have a different 1920s theme and are built into shipping containers.
The pop-up cinema will be open from 12pm until 6pm on Saturday and Sunday, and again on Friday, January 31, and February 1 and 2.
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