Sunday At The Pictures This Weekend!
Happy Weekend Movie Lovers!
Looking for some wonderful films to see this Sunday? We have a stellar line up of cinematic treats for you to experience on the big screen at Memorial Hall, Bellingen.
Billy Wilder's classic film noir masterpiece- a cynical, witty and sleazy thriller about adultery, corruption and murder. Representing the high watermark of 1940's film noir urban crime dramas in which a greedy, weak man (Fred MacMurray), is seduced and trapped by a cold, calculating woman (Barbara Standwick), amidst the dark and seedy shadows of Los Angeles.
Presented restored and remastered in HD.
In Paris during the great flood of 1910, a movie-mad projectionist and his wise-cracking buddy find themselves mixed up in a most unexpected adventure involving a monster at large in the city. With the help of the beautiful but feisty singer Lucille, the team are on a mission to protect their new friend from the ghastly wannabe Mayor, Commissioner Maynott.
Based on the novel by Solaris author Stanislaw Lem, The Congress sees Robin Wright playing Robin Wright, an actress with diminishing options in a savage and surreal movie business. When her agent (Harvey Keitel) delivers an ultimatum, Wright's only choice is to sell her very own identity. Plunged into a lurid Orwelian future, she must rediscover herself, with the help of her personal animator (voiced John Hamm). From visionary director, Ari Folman (Waltz With Bashir).
$12.50 adults | $8.00 kids (under 12) | $30 Family Pass (2 adults + 2 kids (under12)
ALL DAY PASS!!! ALL 3 FILMS ONLY$30!!
or purchase on the day at the Box Office (opens 11am).
PLUS, we are very excited to screen prior to the films, winner of the 2015 [REC] Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival - Storytelling Award and Industry Award - The Homeless Rap (3mins), by Blaise Borrer of Bellingen High School.