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FILM NEWS

New Joel Edgerton thriller confirmed to shoot in South Australia

21 April

The South Australian government has confirmed that new feature film The Unknown Man will begin shooting in and around Adelaide once film production is allowed to resume following the Coronavirus crisis. The crime thriller will star Joel Edgerton (Boy Erased, Loving) and UK actor Sean Harris (The King, Mission Impossible: Fallout) in leading roles, with…

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TRAILER THURSDAYS

April 16

16 April

It’s not a trip to the movies without catching the film previews beforehand, and let’s be honest, trailers have become an art-form in themselves. So every Thursday we’ll showcase the best new trailers we can’t stop repeating, as well as some of our favourite classics. BABYTEETH release TBC    TENET release TBC < CONNECTED…

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PALACE CINEMAS PODCAST

Episode 1

16 April

  Show Notes:  In our very first episode of the Palace Cinemas Podcast (welcome!) we introduce ourselves and how we got started in cinema, discuss Cannes Film Festival’s refusal to go digital, as well as delve into retrospective cinema and what draws an audience back to see it on the big screen.   < ALL…

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WEEKLY WATCH LIST

Sharing Is Caring

16 April

We’ll be sharing cinema together again soon, but until then, Palace Cinemas wants to share some of our film favourites with our Weekly Watch List.  Here’s to sharing and staying safe.   THREE COLOURS: RED (1987) | Krzystof Kieslowski Valentine, a beautiful model, crosses paths with a retired judge and discovers that he amuses himself…

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FILM NEWS

Dune: First Look

15 April

We have been anticipating director Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel Dune since its announcement in 2016 and now Vanity Fair has released the first exclusive look at the film with several photos of some of the main characters. Set in a distant future, the story follows the fortunes of various noble…

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In the (Art)House

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

14 April

In the (Art)House showcases our most anticipated or recent-favourite arthouse films. ★★★★★ “Real love may be fleeting, but as Portrait of a Lady on Fire explains, art and memory are immortal.” Clarisse Loughrey, INDEPENDENT (UK) French writer and director Céline Sciamma has delivered some of the most flawless minimalist cinema in recent years and her…

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GENERAL NEWS

Cannes Film Festival Won’t Go Virtual

14 April

Another Film Festival affected by the coronavirus pandemic, Cannes Film Festival, has announced they will not take the virtual route if the festival can’t be hosted as a physical event. This announcement comes from Thierry Fremeaux, the festival’s director, in which he stated,“(For) Cannes, its soul, its history, its efficiency, it’s a model that wouldn’t…

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CINEMA PROFILE

Palace Raine Square

12 April

Exploring Palace Cinemas eclectic venues around the country One of our newer sites around the country, and Palace’s first standalone foray into Western Australia, Palace Raine Square threw its doors open to a night of razzle and dazzle on the 17th September 2018, premiering the very fitting comedy/ drama Ladies in Black. Telling the story…

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TRAILER THURSDAYS

April 9

9 April

It’s not a trip to the movies without catching the film previews beforehand, and let’s be honest, trailers have become an art-form in themselves. So every Thursday we’ll showcase the best new trailers we can’t stop repeating, as well as some of our favourite classics. High Ground release TBC   THE FRENCH DISPATCH release TBC…

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Weekly Watch List

Sharing Is Caring

9 April

We’ll be sharing cinema together again soon, but until then, Palace Cinemas wants to share some of our film favourites with our Weekly Watch List.  Here’s to sharing and staying safe.   THE ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES BY THE COWARD ROBERT FORD  (2007) | Andrew Dominik An expertly crafted period piece and insightful look at…

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FILM NEWS

Call Me By Your Name stars to return for sequel

8 April

Fantastic news for Call Me By Your Name fans (ourselves included…), director Luca Guadagnino recently stated in an interview with Italian news outlet La Repubblica that Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer and more of the original cast are returning for a CMBYN sequel. Guadagnino has been publicly speaking about a sequel to the Academy Award-winning film…

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FILM NEWS

Major Films Redated for 2020

8 April

Multiple studios have already rescheduled films in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Still, this week brought a major overhaul to the 2020 release calendar with new confirmed dates for highly-anticipated films from Disney, 20th Century, Paramount, Sony and Warner Bros in the U.S., with some films moving entirely to 2021. Although release dates may…

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