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Over 20 Free Movie Fonts

These 20+ free movie fonts are perfect for those of you cinema buffs out there! There are so many uses for these fonts...invitations, decor, apparel, and MORE. Let your imagination run wild with these free movie fonts available below.

Movie Fonts
I always love a good font collection, but I have to say that these movie fonts were some of my absolute favorite to put together. They took some research (not all are named for their actual movie), but that made it even more fun! Some of the fonts are super themed-down (like the Pizza Planet font from Toy Story!), but others are more obvious. Whatever your level of cinematic love, you'll probably enjoy working with these free fonts.

Free Movie Fonts

Free Fonts from Movies
Pop the popcorn, pour the sodas, and queue up the DVD (or streaming service)! It's free movie font time. I am super excited to share this brand new collection of free fonts with you. And there is definitely something for everyone in this round up. From Casablanca to Clueless to Rain Man...I've put together fonts for so many genres of movie fun.

How to Use Free Fonts
Goodness, there are SO many ways to use these fun and free movie fonts. 
  • Hosting an awards show party? Make menus with the fonts. 
  • They're also great for party invites, as well. 
  • Have a t-shirt with your favorite movie in mind? Make it yourself with your Cricut or Silhouette using one of these fonts.
  • Make printables and posters for themed decor surrounding your favorite flicks.
Let your imagination run wild with these super themed fonts.

Wizard of Oz Birthday Invitation
Above, you can see how a Wizard of Oz-themed birthday party invitation would work perfectly using the Oz's Wizard font.

DIY Star Wars Shirt
And any Star Wars fan will love utilizing the Star Jedi font for their own, one-of-a-kind apparel.

How to Install Your Movie Fonts

How to Install Fonts
  • I mention this in all of my font posts: I'm a lifelong Mac user (since 1997!) I honestly don't know anything about how a PC works. But, after doing a little research, I did find a great tutorial for you PC users on How to Install Fonts from Microsoft. It gives detailed, step-by-step instructions.
  • Since I do lean towards the Apple way of life, I'm happy to give my own tutorial on how to install these free Christmas fonts on a Mac. Follow my guidelines below:
Font Installation Instructions

Installing Fonts on a Mac:

  • After downloading the movie font of your choice, open your download folder (or wherever your downloads end up). 
  • Open the folder of the font (just FYI: in some cases, there may not be a folder at all, it may just be the actual font file, in which case, you won't have to open a folder).
  • Double click the .ttf or .otf file. I do prefer the .otf  or Open Type Format files *if* they're available, they can be resized and manipulated without compromising their quality. But, they're not always available. The .ttf file will still work just fine.
How do I install fonts on my computer?
  • Once you've double clicked the .ttf or .otf file, your dialog box will automatically pop up (as pictured above).
  • Click 'Install Font' and your installation should automatically begin (it takes about two seconds, total). 
  • Now, make sure to check your Font Book to make sure your new font is there. 
  • You can start using your new movie font right away.

Download Your Free Movie Fonts Below

All of the fonts are listed out individually below. A few things to make note of:
  • Click on the name of the font to be taken to its download page. There is also a link provided directly under the font, as well.
  • On each font's download page, you will also see the Terms of Use provided by the font designer. Please adhere to their policies, especially where commercial usage is concerned.
  • I also added the movie that the font is related to  under every font name so you can see how the font looks using a lot more letters, plus know where the font comes from.
  • These are not all *official* movie fonts. I have done my best to capture the feeling of the famed movie posters, but not all fonts are public domain. In some cases, the fonts are *super* similar to the original, but not an exact match.
You've Got Mail Font
Berliner Wand Font
I used the following font in several of the graphics in this post, so I thought I'd include it, too. It would be fun for an Oscar's party or similar!

Cinema Font
Cinema ST Font

Movie Font

More Free Fonts Collections:

  • My 15 Free Fonts with Glyphs are lovely to use on invitations and other party-related prints (think NYE Bash!). They're easy to use and come with complete directions on how to implement the glyphs (swirls).
  • This list of 21 Free Feminine and Girly Fonts has lots of options that would work wonderfully for weddings, showers, quinceaneras, and similar events.
  • And these 21 Free Masculine Fonts are the counterpart to the (above listed) feminine ones. There are lots of sophisticated options for invitations and such in this grouping, as well.
  • If you're looking for novelty holiday fonts, be sure to check out this list of Free Christmas Fonts from The Computer Lady.
  • And Pam at Over the Big Moon, has another list of great free Holiday Fonts.
  • This list of Calligraphy Fonts for Wedding Invitations from Pipkin Paper Company has some really pretty choices, perfect for Christmas cards, too. 
  • These 21 Free Valentine Fonts are perfect for both Valentine and wedding season.

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