Classics

Douglas Adams’ unfinished Tom Baker era Doctor Who to be released in Australian cinemas

October 30, 2017

Australian Doctor Who fans can let out a sigh of relief, as they will finally be able to experience Doctor Who: Shada on the big screen, as BBC Worldwide ANZ and Sharmill Films have recently announced that a limited theatrical run of the completed and restored Doctor Who story that combines both original live-action footage and hand-drawn animation. Tom Baker will also return as the Fourth Doctor, as the voice behind his animated counterpart.... Continue Reading

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Cult classics to screen at Event Cinemas in Sydney, Innaloo and Brisbane as In The House returns this July

June 23, 2017

Kill Bill. The Matrix. Die Hard 2. Poltergeist. Your popcorn favourites are set to return to the big screen in July exclusively to Event Cinemas as part of the ‘In The House’ Festival, showcasing some of the greatest cult classics over the last 40 years.... Continue Reading

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Melbourne’s Kino Cinema celebrates 30 years with special birthday program at 1987 prices

May 22, 2017

One of Melbourne’s most iconic arthouse cinemas is set to celebrate 30 years of business, with a throwback to iconic arthouse films from last three decades set to screen next month.... Continue Reading

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Director Oren Shai talks about his directorial debut The Frontier, film noir history and advice for new directors

November 12, 2016

Following our review of the film last week, we sat down with US Director Oren Shai to talk about his directorial debut The Frontier, as we delve into the history of the film noir genre, and ask his advice for other first time directors.... Continue Reading

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Dates and locations revealed for Australia’s 15th Annual German Film Festival

September 12, 2016

Guten Tag! The 15th German Film Festival will be returning to Australia this November, featuring  the most celebrated new and old German films.... Continue Reading

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Japanese Film Festival announces 2016 dates and program highlights

August 29, 2016

The 20th Japanese Film Festival will return nationwide later this year, showcasing the latest in Japanese film, alongside a Classics program in Sydney.... Continue Reading

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‘Une Fabuleuse’ film lineup announced for the 2016 Alliance Française Classic Film Festival

July 29, 2016

Be transported back in time to relive classic French cinema on the silver screen, as the Alliance Française Classic Film Festival announces its exclusive ‘Une Fabuleuse’ collection.... Continue Reading

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11 things you (probably) never knew about the 1982 sci-fi classic Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

May 17, 2016

This Friday at 7pm, the current In The House season at the George Street Event Cinemas in Sydney will come to an end with a special screening of the 1982 Sci-Fi classic Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. In anticipation of the screening, we’re looking back at the film to bring you nine facts about the film that you may not have realised…... Continue Reading

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9 things you never knew about The Coen Brothers’ cult classic The Big Lebowski

May 3, 2016

Now considered a cult classic, The Coen Brothers’ The Big Lebowski is going to be returning to the big screen this Friday in Sydney as part of Event Cinema’s In The House series on George Street. In anticipation for the screening, we’re looking back some little known facts about the film. Here, in no particular order, are our nine favourite Big Lebowski tidbits:... Continue Reading

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9 things you never knew about the 1968 classic film Planet of the Apes

April 20, 2016

This Friday, April 22nd, Sydney’s Event Cinemas is holding a special screening of the 1968 classic Planet of the Apes as part of their In the House series (you can win tickets HERE!). In anticipation of the screening, we’re looking back at the film to bring you some of our favourite trivia about the film… here now are 9 things you may have never known about Planet of the Apes:... Continue Reading

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