Golden Age Cinema

The Rock and Roll Cinema Festival kicks off at Golden Age Cinema & Bar

June 29, 2017

Kicking off last night with a screening of the seminal Rock’N’Roll High School, Golden Age Cinema & Bar in Sydney is featuring rock stars on screen – from triumphant concert films to tragic turns, turned up to eleven.... Continue Reading

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Golden Age cinema to exclusively screen Chantal Akerman’s No Home Movie in Sydney

August 4, 2016

Reaping success at film festivals in New York, Toronto, Locarno, Sydney and Melbourne, Chantal Akerman‘s No Home Movie has been the talk of the town among the film industry. Proudly presented by the folk at Golden Age cinema, they will be exclusively screening the final movie by Akerman on Sunday August 14 in Sydney. So if you’re keen to explore the last film Akerman has ever worked on, now’s your chance to get the full cinematic experience.... Continue Reading

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Golden Age Cinema presents Part One of 2016 Program for Autumn

February 29, 2016

The program for this year’s Golden Age’s Autumn is a whopper! From art, comedy, music, talks, fashion and food – these things come before talking about any of the films.... Continue Reading

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Special screenings of Jaws to take place in Sydney’s Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool this summer

September 10, 2015

Steven Spielberg’s legendary Jaws is about to become much, much more terrifying with an immersive cinematic experience put on by Art & About Sydney and Golden Age Cinema next January. The concept is fairly simple: the screening will take place at Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool right by Sydney Harbour on Woolloomooloo Bay and attendees can either opt for ‘floating’ or ‘beachside’ seating. We’ll let you imagine what ‘floating’ entails.... Continue Reading

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Golden Age’s film program takes us deep into space

August 13, 2015

Golden Age Cinema & Bar is hosting a film program of an outer space kind next Wednesday 19th August, to be presented by astronaut Chris Hadfield who is currently in Australia on his tour A Spaceman’s View of the Planet. For the ‘Guest Presents Session’, Chris Hadfield has chosen the film Moon the directorial debut of Duncan Jones (David Bowie’s son). As a David Bowie fan Hadfield is definitely taking his accomplishments and opportunities for granted with this one.... Continue Reading

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