Spanish Film Festival ticket giveaway

April 8, 2018
Once again the very best of recent Spanish cinema is being showcased at Palace Cinemas – from box office smash hits to the work of celebrated auteurs. The 21st Spanish Film Festival‘s packed program includes 25 […]

Local cinemas this week

April 4, 2018
Have You Seen The Listers? He’s been called an Aussie Banksy and even compared to Brett Whitely, though it’s a fair bet many Australians don’t know a lot about Anthony Lister – or even heard […]

Easter at the movies

March 31, 2018
Early Man The success of Aardman Animations’ movies can generally be gauged by whether or not they star Gromit (or at least his look-a-look from Shaun the Sheep). Sadly, stop-motion’s undisputed supremo Nick Park’s Early Man […]

Local cinemas this week

March 25, 2018
The Death Of Stalin At least none of the all-star cast in Armando Iannucci’s latest scabrous political comedy had to adopt a stilted Russian accent. How on earth would they have got through all the lightening-fast quips, lacerating […]

The Death of Stalin giveaway

March 25, 2018
The one-liners fly as fast as political fortunes fall in this uproarious, wickedly irreverent satire from Armando Iannucci (Veep, In the Loop, The Thick of It). Moscow, 1953: when tyrannical dictator Joseph Stalin drops dead, […]

A stellar line-up

March 22, 2018
All the films in Palace Cinema’s APIA Young At Heart Film Festival The Young At Heart Film Festival is the only one of its kind in Australia.  Designed totally for seniors, the fastest growing cinema-going demographic in the […]

Have You Seen The Listers? giveaway

March 22, 2018
A film about art and falling apart.  Have You Seen The Listers? is a candid and personal insight into the rise of world-renowned street artist Anthony Lister as he challenges conservative Australia, whilst battling his own […]

Young at Heart Film Festival giveaway

March 21, 2018
Running from from April 2 – 11, The Apia Young at Heart Film Festival returns to Palace Norton St, Palace Central and Verona cinemas with a specially curated selection of dramas, comedies, documentaries and retrospective […]

Local cinemas this week

March 18, 2018
Mary Magdalene Poor Mary, she’s probably the most notorious victims of “slut-shaming” the world has ever seen. That happened centuries ago, apparently, when Pope Gregory the Great decided the New Testament could do with a […]

Kill Bill double feature giveaway

March 14, 2018
Few characters are as indelible as Uma Thurman’s yellow jumpsuit clad ‘The Bride’, the fearsome survivor who gives “Kill Bill” its central identity and feminist legacy. Originally conceived as one long epic, the two volumes […]
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