A festival in Tasmania is using a mountain as a cinema screen in what’s being described as the world’s biggest drive-in. Laser specialists are beaming light projections onto Mount Roland to tell the story of Australia’s most southern state. By day, Mount Roland is a stunning Tasmanian beauty spot. But by night it provides the backdrop to an epic light display. People are driving from all over Tasmania to see their state’s history projected in lights on the rock. It’s being described as the world’s biggest drive-in. As part of the inaugural Firelight Festival, twenty four lasers are being projected onto the rock face of Mount Roland. The series of animated images tells the story of Tasmania and has taken three years to come to fruition.