A teen who's put his muscles into cleaning up the Dubbo Westview Drive-In and learnt some new skills hopes to see big crowds enjoy the movies at the weekend.
Hank Hammond, 16, and other kids from LeaderLife have been fencing and trimming back trees to continue the site's revival.
On Friday night they'll switch to different duties as they present the first of three feature films for the weekend, Captain Marvel.
"It's going to be heaps good, come out and have a good time," Hank said.
LeaderLife founder Johanna Leader praised the work of the kids, who were "all really pumped".
"They're going to be running the evening, so they'll be on the ticket scanners, and cooking barbecues and serving food," she said.
Saturday night will feature BackTrack Boys and Sunday night will feature The Fast and the Furious.
For tickets go to the Dubbo Westview Drive-In website.
"It would be great for the community to come out and support, particularly the kids, so we can continue our work with them, because all funds raised will go back into our programs," Ms Leader said.
"There's a number of BackTrack Boys here that actually star in the movie on the Saturday night, so they've been helping as well.
"They've been fencing, cleaning up all the trees.
"Dubbo Landscaping have been a great support, teaching the kids skills."