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Chang-dong Lee’s Burning, based on Haruki Murakami’s short story ‘Barn Burning’, approaches the mysteries of life in this unconventional and genre-subverting thriller set in modern consumerist South-Korea. The film explores the lives of three enigmatic youths as they try to make sense of their purpose, existence and place in the world. Born in Daegu the […]
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Hey there, Surfers Paradise
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Sydney, get ready for the new Palace Central!
We are thrilled to announce that we will be opening a new cinema, Palace Central, in the multi-award winning development, Central Park Mall, in Sydney’s Chippendale. The new 14 screen complex on Level 3 of the centre will open in late 2017 and will also uphold the building’s ‘green’ ethos, utilising technology which will use […]
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The Beatles – 50 Years on…
HE LOVES YOU (YEAH, YEAH, YEAH) Jeffrey Black is an avid fan of ‘The Fab Four’ and has been since the day he walked into Palings record store in Queen Street (Brisbane) and bought a copy of ‘Paperback Writer’ in 1966. With the release of Ron Howard’s film ‘The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – […]
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3 Aug

Meet the filmmakers of Australian Comedy, THAT’S NOT ME

Meet the filmmakers of Australian Comedy, THAT’S NOT ME

Following the film’s rousing reception at the Sydney film festival in June, and near sell-out screenings at the upcoming MIFF and Brisbane Film Festivals, we’re delighted to welcome THAT’S NOT ME filmmakers, Gregory Erdstein and Alice Foulcher to our cinemas for exclusive Q&A screenings. The special event sessions will be hosted in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra in early-September.

Anchored by Foulcher’s revelatory turn in dual roles, the endearing quarter-life-crisis comedy THAT’S NOT ME, charts the highs and lows of catching the acting bug, explores the difficulties of sibling rivalry, and probes the hope and heartbreak that comes with following your passion. Writer/director Gregory Erdstein and writer/star Alice Foulcher channel the Aussie charm of Muriel’s Wedding, as well as the amusing, relatable insights of Girls and Frances Ha in their debut feature.

 

 

Alice Foulcher plays Polly, whose dreams of making it as an actor are shattered when her identical twin sister Amy lands the lead role in huge TV show. Mistaken for her famous sister at every turn, Polly decides to use Amy’s celebrity for her own advantage – free clothes, free booze, casual sex… with hilarious and disastrous consequences for them both.

We can’t all be Oscar winners. Not everyone will make it. But is that such a bad thing?

Click Here to purchase Q&A tickets and for session details.