Pavarotti giveaway

October 7, 2019
From two time Academy Award® winning director Ron Howard and the team behind the world-wide success The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, comes a documentary celebrating the life of the beloved opera star Luciano Pavarotti. […]

Local cinemas this week

September 30, 2019
Two movies all about the drug trade, one a dazzling origin story, the other a thinly disguised ad for cannabis. Top pick: Birds of Passage “It was savage capitalism, not drugs, that destroyed the traditional […]

Local cinemas this week

September 9, 2019
Top pick: Animals Animals is an odd beast – a film so obscure that if you type its title into Rotten Tomatoes, nothing appears. In Sydney it appears to be scheduled only for Randwick Ritz and […]

Local cinemas this week

August 29, 2019
It never rains, it pours, there are just so great movies this week, too many… You can read about The Nightingale and Dogman here, but if there’s ever been a time when you really should check […]

The 20th Lavazza Italian Film Festival

August 28, 2019
Win one of five double passes! Showcasing the latest talents of Italy’s best filmmakers, The 2019 Lavazza Italian Film Festival will once again screen at Palace’s cinemas all over Australia this September and October. It’s the festival’s […]

Local cinemas this week

August 27, 2019
Our pick of the week is a brutal, uncompromising journey into the darkest recesses of Australia’s hidden colonial past. It may well be the best local film of the year.  Movie of the week: The Nightingale […]

Local cinemas this week

August 21, 2019
A whole lot of love in “Once Upon a Time…” or a long stern lecture on Australian racism. Now what would you choose to see? Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood So much has already […]

Local cinemas this week

August 5, 2019
History is written by the victors. So what should we make of this version? Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan Kriv Stenders’ (Red Dog) new film is undoubtedly one of the year’s big local […]

The Nightingale giveaway

July 31, 2019
From acclaimed writer-director Jennifer Kent (The Babadook), comes a new extraordinary meditation on Australia’s past, tapping into a rich vein of palpable rage to tell a war story that leaves a definite impact, yet also […]

Local cinemas this week

July 30, 2019
Movie of the week: Who You Think I Am “On the internet, no one knows you’re a dog.” So goes that old well-known New Yorker cartoon showing two conniving canines at the keyboard. Though to even […]
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