June at Arc Cinema
Arc Cinema Program at NFSA for June 2023
In honour of National Reconciliation Week, the NFSA is screening Sweet As – an uplifting, coming-of-age story about an Indigenous teenager who receives an unusual lifeline in the form of an outback photo safari. Inspired by a true story, stay after the screening for a special Q&A with actors Shantae Barnes-Cowan and Carlos Sanson Jr.
Comprised entirely from hundreds of film samples and media images, Hello Dankness is a horror musical retelling of contemporary America. It is created by Soda Jerk, an artist duo fundamentally interested in the politics of images. Come along for a unique experience!
Join us for the fright night cult classic, The Lost Boys. Hosted by drag professional Venus Mantrap, this film is the perfect amalgamation of 80s cool and cheesy fun – after all, sleeping all day, partying all night, and never getting old? That’s the fun of being a vampire.
This month, we highlight the Australian independent filmmaking scene with a screening of Alvin’s Harmonious World of Opposites. Stay for the Q&A with director Platon Theodoris and lead actor Teik-Kim Pok.
Explore the full program of screenings below!
Please help us keep everyone safe by reading and following our COVID-safety and visitor information and don’t forget to get your Club NFSA card when you arrive.
Follow the links below to book tickets.
Science.Art.Film: Rampage – 1 June, 6pm
The Vinyl Lounge: National Reconciliation Week – 2 June, 5:30pm
Sweet As + Q&A – 2 June, 6pm
Doco of the Month: Navalny – 9 June, 6pm
The King’s Speech – 35mm – 10 June, 2pm
Aussie Indies: Alvin’s Harmonious World of Opposites + Q&A – 16 June, 6pm
Australian New Wave: The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith – 17 June, 1pm
Subject + Q&A – 21 June, 6pm
Soda Jerk Presents: Hello Dankness – 22 June, 6pm
Fright Night Cult Classics: The Lost Boys – 23 June, 8pm
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Main image: Mikayla Levy, Shantae Barnes-Cowan, Carlos Sanson Jr and Andrew Wallace in Sweet As (Jub Clerc, 2022).