cinema

HOYTS announce $10 Sunday movie tickets for June

Embrace the winter chill with a cinematic treat that won’t freeze your budget. From June 2 to June 30 at HOYTS, movie-goers around Australia can grab $10* movie tickets for sessions commencing before noon on Sunday mornings. The Sunday Sessions $10* ticket offer will apply to all guests, not just HOYTS Rewards Members, and will…

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Interview: Australian screen visionary Natalie Miller on opening Melbourne’s newest theatrical experience, FoMo Cinemas

Melbourne’s new next-level cinema experience is unveiled today, with FoMo Cinemas opening its East Brunswick doors. A haven for cinema and food-lovers alike, FoMo Cinemas brings together the best of the silver screen with an elevated in-cinema food offering in a first for Australian movie-goers.  Housed in the newly opened East Brunswick Village precinct by…

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NSW Dine & Discover Vouchers: Here’s How To Redeem For Free Movies

The NSW Government has launched Dine & Discover NSW to encourage the community to get out and about and support dining, arts and tourism businesses. NSW residents aged 18 and over can apply for 4 x $25 vouchers, worth $100 in total: – 2 x $25 Dine NSW Vouchers to be used for dining at…

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Skyline Drive In Blacktown reopens to the public from today

As one of NSW’s only remaining drive in cinemas, the vintage-minded Skyline Drive In Blacktown has officially reopened as of 28th May. With the ideal format for social distancing, it builds upon popularity of drive-in movies in the current pandemic, which has seen places like Vilnius in Lithuania turn its airport into a drive-in cinema…

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A Star Is Reborn: Why ‘remake’ is not a dirty word

No matter how Hollywood tries to sell it, remake will always be a word deemed blasphemous to cinephiles the world over.  Sure, they can throw out terms such as reboot or reimagining or revisioning, but regardless of the spin, they all refer to the same type of picture.  And because it’s one we have experienced…

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Three Australian Films Have Been Selected for the Venice Film Festival

Three films have been selected as part of the 75th Venice International Film Festival program, which will run from 29 August to 8 September, 2018. The three films selected include Jennifer Kent’s (The Babadook) highly anticipated second feature film The Nightingale, alongside two virtual reality films The Unknown Patient and Awaneva. Director Jennifer Kent’s The Nightingale is…

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POPSART at the Brisbane Festival Launch: armour wearing acrobats, Italian horror and Diamonds are for Trevor

It’s worthwhile taking Brisbane Festival Artistic Director David Berthold’s advice on how to attack this year’s just announced stellar line up of art and entertainment, “It’s a feast not a snack, don’t just taste one little tit-bit dive in and sample the whole range, use both hands and take risks!” Brisbane Festival launched on Tuesday morning over coffees and pastries,…

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The Brown Brothers Prosecco Summer Terrace opens at Palace Cinemas (Sydney)

This season head along to Norton Street’s iconic Palace Cinemas and you’ll the newly opened Brown Brothers Prosecco Summer Terrace hanging above the bustling strip as the newest addition to the inner-west’s bar and dining scene. The breezy terrace bar is a bright green space of astro-turf, citrus trees, and Acapulco chairs designed to build…

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Documentary about Noma and René Redzepi gets a trailer

With countless established restaurants around the world, the title of “Best Restaurant in the World” is one that cannot be taken lightly, and it has belonged to Copenhagen restaurant Noma on more than one occasion. What Chef René Redzepi has done with Noma has attracted people from all over the world, so immortalising his journey…

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