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Ōshima Nagisa: Cruel Stories, Sensual Realms
In the Realm of the Senses (1976)
Rainy Sundays, Stormy Mondays: British Film Noir
It Always Rains on a Sunday (1947)
Don McAlpine ACS, ASC
William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet (1996)
Four by Asghar Farhadi
About Elly (2009)
Cats Vanish, Grins Linger: Chris Marker
La Jetée (1962)
General admission$11 / $9 concessionWeek day matinéeall tickets $5 (except as noted)Bookings 02 6248 2000
'Max’ pass: 10 tickets $80 – available from Box Office.
Admission is 18+ except where classification is shown.
Doors open for Arc’s pre-show 30 minutes before screening.
Teatro Fellini is fully licensed and open seven days (incl. Thursday and Saturday nights), providing a delicious range of light meals, desserts and beverages.
If Kevin Clash walked past you in the street – or, more to the point, your kids – you would be totally … more »
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Released after a decade in jail for sex offences, Bill Mapplethorpe tries to reconnect with his family and take a … more »
Doco veterans Epstein and Friedman are best known for The Life and Times of Harvey Milk, The Celluloid Closet and … more »
An illegal diamond shipment from Russia meant for a local gangster accidentally falls into the hands of Delhi slackers Tashi … more »
Good ol’ boys from West Virginia are enjoying a weekend away, minding their business and enjoying their six-packs. Then they … more »
The new film from Italian maestro Marco Bellocchio (Fist in the Pocket; Good Morning, Night) is somewhere between diary film … more »
On the very night that astronomers discover that Earth has an identical planetary twin, ambitious high school student Rhonda is … more »
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A showcase of four features by Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi.
Don’t miss your chance to meet cinematographer Don McAlpine at our ‘carte blanche’ sessions.
A season featuring the best known international films of Ōshima Nagisa.
Explore British film noir – a very different, and much darker tradition of British cinema.