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Movie fundraiser set for restoration of historic ranch destroyed by Woolsey wildfire

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It's a movie which has become as much of a part of the holidays as candy canes and Christmas cookies.

What could be more romantic than a drive-in date to see Love Actually?

The movie is being shown on Saturday at Paramount Ranch to raise funds towards rebuilding the historic ranch which burned in the Woolsey wildfire in 2018.

Charlotte Parry from Santa Monica Mountain Fund says they’re on target to raise a million dollars towards the restoration.

"It will be absolutely beautiful at the ranch with the stars and you'll be able to watch the movie as the sun goes down," she told KCLU.

"We have a target of $500,000, which is matched one to one by the Federal Government.

"We are at just over $300,000 and we are aiming to reach $500,000 by the end of February so every little bit helps."

Parry says you can watch the movie in your car or outside your vehicle.

Gates open 3.30pm. Guided tour 4pm. Program starts 5.15pm

Ticket details are here.