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Don McAlpine ACS, ASC
William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet (1996)
Four by Asghar Farhadi
About Elly (2009)
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)
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.
One day in the life of a small town Lutheran priest awakens a lifetime of spiritual re-evaluation. By its end … more »
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Robert Bresson’s influence on Jim Jarmusch might seem surprising but is persistently acknowledged by American indie cinema’s coolest … more »
Please note that The Man Without a Past replaces the originally advertised Aki Kaurismäki film, Ariel, which has had to be replaced due to rights issues. We apologise for any inconvenience.
It’s an extraordinarily specific moment in that most European of Chinese cities, Shanghai, and at the end of the … more »
Carter Page the Third (Woody Harrison) is a minor ‘courtier’ of the Beltway. He does a bit here and there … 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.