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NFSA PRESENTS ONLINE SCREENING OF <i>SUNDAY TOO FAR AWAY</i>

NFSA PRESENTS ONLINE SCREENING OF SUNDAY TOO FAR AWAY

The NFSA invites audiences to enjoy a free, online screening of iconic Australian film Sunday Too Far Away (1975), followed by a special Q&A with producer Matt Carroll.
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Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In to welcome back movie-goers from June 3rd

Village Cinemas has today announced that the Coburg Drive-In will re-open on Wednesday, 3rd June. The reopening will see movie lovers enjoy the big screen experience for the first time in over two months, from the comfort of their car.
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GROUND-BREAKING LIVE HORROR FILM EXPERIENCE

World Premiere of IN THE SHADOW IT WAITS on 4 June 2020
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Introducing Movie Night, An Online Cinema Experience by Golden Age Cinema and Bar

Golden Age Cinema and Bar is proud to launch Movie Night: a lovingly curated online cinema experience featuring our most cherished cults, classics and exciting new releases.
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CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS ORGANISATIONS STAND BEHIND COMMUNITY TV’S SURVIVAL

CTV Stations achieve historic Easter live-to-air broadcasts despite looming switch-off deadline enforced by Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher.
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Ros Horin’s feature documentary ROSEMARY’S WAY announced as finalist for the 2020 Documentary Australia Foundation Award as part of the 67th Sydney Film Festival: Virtual Edition and Awards

Rosemary’s Way is one of 10 new Australian documentaries selected as finalists for the Documentary Australia Foundation Award for Best Australian Documentary, with the winning film announced and presented with a $10,000 cash prize at the SFF Virtual Awards Ceremony on Thursday 18 June. Rosemary’s Way will be available on the Sydney Film Festival website from June 10-21.
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Aboriginal Police Officers try radical new approach in groundbreaking NITV documentary, Our Law

In a country with a deeply troubled history of Aboriginal-Police relations, two Aboriginal police officers are trying something different in new Western Australian documentary, Our Law, set to premiere on NITV as part of Karla Grant Presents at 8.30pm on Monday 22 June 2020.
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Learn Cinematography online – Capricorn Film Festival

Gladstone Regional Council & Regional Arts Development Fund in partnership with Capricorn Film Festival present The Cinematography Workshop with industry professionals, Peter Szilveszter and Shing Fung Cheung.
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Reading Cinemas to commence staged re-opening of New Zealand cinemas in line with Government Guidelines

Reading New Zealand Ltd trading as Reading Cinemas, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reading International, Inc, (“Reading”) announced today that it will re-open its Napier and Rotorua cinema locations in New Zealand on Thursday May 28. The re-opening is in line with Government and Health department regulations via the Stage 2 National easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
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KANGAROO, A Love Hate Story goes global!

The Australian wake-up siren documentary that impacted major fashion, sports and supermarket brands goes global!!!
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TV Deal Announced for Bruny, by best-selling novelist by Heather Rose

Bruny, by Tasmanian writer Heather Rose, has been optioned for television. Rose’s novel has been optioned by Film Art Media and will be developed as a television series with producers Charlotte Seymour and Sue Maslin AO.
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