Ouija: Origin of Evil

Oct 17, 16 Ouija: Origin of Evil

We have 25 double passes for the preview screening of OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL, 6:00pm, Wednesday October 19, at Event Cinemas, Myer Centre

For your chance to win a double pass, answer the question below:

“What question would you ask a Ouija Board?”

Put your answer on Twitter (with hashtag #OuijaMovie), Facebook, or below!

 

ONLY AT THE CINEMAS OCTOBER 20
But see it first at this preview screening!

SYNOPSIS:

It was never just a game. Inviting audiences again into the lore of the spirit board, Ouija: Origin of Evil tells a terrifying new tale as the follow-up to 2014’s sleeper hit. In 1965 Los Angeles, a widowed mother and her two daughters add a new stunt to bolster their séance scam business and unwittingly invite authentic evil into their home. When the youngest daughter is overtaken by the merciless spirit, this small family confronts unthinkable fears to save her and send her possessor back to the other side.

Thanks to Universal Pictures

www.ouijamovie.com.au

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Robinson Crusoe: The Wild Life

Oct 14, 16 Robinson Crusoe: The Wild Life

We have 3 double in-season passes for ROBINSON CRUSOE: THE WILD LIFE

For your chance to win a double pass , answer the question below:

“What three things would you take on a deserted island?”

Put your answer on Twitter (with hashtag #RobinsonCrusoe), Facebook, or below!

ONLY AT THE CINEMAS OCTOBER 29

SYNOPSIS:

From the creators of worldwide hits SAMMY 1 & 2 and THE HOUSE OF MAGIC comes the tale of Robinson Crusoe. On a tiny exotic island an outgoing parrot, Tuesday, can’t stop dreaming about discovering the world. After a strong storm, Tuesday and his friends wake up to find a strange creature on the beach: Robinson Crusoe. Tuesday immediately sees Crusoe as his ticket off the island to explore new lands. Likewise, Crusoe soon realises the key to surviving on the island is through the help of Tuesday and the other animals. Join Crusoe on a fun-filled, colourful ride for the whole family and pass down this reimagined classic to your children!

Thanks to StudioCanal

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Russian Resurrection Film Festival 2016

Oct 12, 16 Russian Resurrection Film Festival 2016

We have 10 double passes to the preview screening of the RUSSIAN RESURRECTION FILM FESTIVAL 2016: Thursday 20 October at Event Cinemas, Myer Centre at 6:30pm for the film “THE STUDENT”

For your chance to win a prize, simply answer the following question:

“What film do you want to see at the Russian Resurrection Film Festival 2016?”

 

Post your answer on our Facebook page, on twitter (#RussianResurrectionFF) or below!

ONLY IN CINEMAS

Season runs 2-9 November

Synopsis:

Captivating audiences at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Un Certain Regard section, was the latest offering from award-winning Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov. Veniamin, a teenager in the midst of a mystical crisis, has his mother, schoolmates and entire high school turned upside down by his own interpretation of the Bible and questions such as whether girls can go to swimming classes in bikinis, whether sex education has a place in school and should the theory of evolution be taught as part of the Natural Sciences? Soon all the adults are overwhelmed by the certitudes of the youngster who swears only by Scripture. No one but Elena, his biology teacher, will alone challenge him on his own ground.

Tickets now on sale at http://russianresurrection.com/2016

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Boys In The Trees

Oct 11, 16 Boys In The Trees

We have 5 double in-season passes for BOYS IN THE TREES

For your chance to win a double pass , answer the question below:

“What scary story can be drawn from the world around you?”

Put your answer on Twitter (with hashtag #BITTFilm), Facebook, or below!

 

ONLY AT THE CINEMAS OCTOBER 13

SYNOPSIS:

It’s Halloween 1997 – the last night of high school for Corey, Jango and their skater gang, The Gromits. Childhood is over and adult life beckons. But for Corey, his past has some unfinished business. When he encounters Jonah, a former childhood friend but now victimised by Jango’s cruel streak, Corey takes pity on him and agrees to walk him home for old time’s sake.

What starts off as a normal walk through empty suburban streets descends into something darker and magical as they tell each other ghost stories, drawing upon their fears of the world around them. But on the night of the grave’s delight, even the most buried truths will find a way of coming to life.

www.boysinthetrees.com.au

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BBC British Film Festival

Oct 05, 16 BBC British Film Festival

We have 10 double passes to the preview screening of the BBC FIRST BRITISH FILM FESTIVAL 2016: Thursday 13 October at Palace Barracks Cinema at 6:30pm for the film “I, DANIEL BLAKE”

For your chance to win a prize, simply answer the following question:

“What film do you want to see at the BBC First British Film Festival 2016?”

Post your answer on our Facebook page, on twitter (#BritishFilmFestival) or below!

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Season runs October 27 – November 16

Synopsis:

Now in its fourth year, exclusively at Palace Cinemas, the BBC First British Film Festival is thrilled to announce highlights from the 2016 program. With a spread of international award-winners, crowd favourites, and Australian premieres, this year’s films feature a star-studded line up of cinematic delights that dive directly into British culture, humour, and traditions, signalling this year’s festival as the biggest one yet.

The festival will open with the Australian premiere of Amma Asante’s period drama A UNITED KINGDOMwhich comes straight from its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and opening the 60th BFI London Film Festival. Starring David Oyelowo (Selma) and Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) A UNITED KINGDOM is based on the book Colour Bar by Susan Williams, based on the true story of young Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana (Oyelowo), who caused an international scandal when he married a white Englishwoman (Pike) in 1948.

The festival will close with A MONSTER CALLS, based on the acclaimed book by Patrick Ness and starring Britain’s Felicity Jones (The Theory of Everything), newcomer Lewis MacDougall, and Liam Neeson (Schindler’s List) as the voice of the monster. This is a visually spectacular film about a young boy who delves into a world of fantasy, imagination and monsters to deal with the reality of his mother’s terminal illness.

I, DANIEL BLAKE, the highly anticipated, Palme d’Or-winning new film from acclaimed British director Ken Loach is also a program highlight. Showcasing the director’s signature style, the film is a complex exploration of socio-economic issues in Britain, telling the story of 59-year-old carpenter Daniel, who after working as a joiner for most of his life in Newcastle injures himself and requires help from the state. He befriends Katie, a single mother with two young children, and the two form a mutually beneficial alliance.

Tickets now on sale at www.britishfilmfestival.com.au 

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