News Archive

September 2015

What’s On This Week + Win Tickets to CRIMSON PEAK!

30th September, 2015

Say goodbye to September and hello to October at the Film Group this week with a series of films centred around life and death. But that’s not to say they’re anything alike – as the films include a Best Foreign Film Oscar nominee in its Canberra premiere, two pulse-pounding action thrillers, an acclaimed biopic, and a heartfelt Australian drama. Only at the ANU Film Group!

• Wed 30 Sep @ 7:30 PM: TANGERINES

Despite war breaking out around him, an Estonian villager stays to harvest his crop of tangerines – and finds himself taking in two wounded enemy soldiers who arrive at his door. Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film.

• Fri 2 Oct @ 7:30 PM: SELF/LESS + THE GUEST

In SELF/LESS, a dying billionaire (Ben Kingsley) transfers his consciousness into a body of a healthy younger man (Ryan Reynolds), but soon finds that the radical procedure – and the organisation that performed it – is not quite what it seems.

Then, in THE GUEST (at approx. 9:30 PM), a soldier arrives at the home of a family, claiming to be a friend of their late son. After the family invites him to stay with them, a series of accidental deaths cast suspicion on his claims.

• Sat 3 Oct @ **7 PM**: LAST CAB TO DARWIN + LOVE & MERCY

In LAST CAB TO DARWIN, an ailing cab driver (Michael Caton) embarks on an epic drive through the outback to die on his own terms, but his journey and the people he meets along the way reveal a whole new outlook on life.

Then, in LOVE & MERCY (at approx. 9:15 PM), Beach Boys leader Brian Wilson struggles with mental illness as a young artist at the peak of his talent in the 1960s (Paul Dano) and as an older, broken man in the 1980s (John Cusack).

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MISSION: IMPOSSIZZLE FUNDRAISING BBQ – NEXT SATURDAY
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If you haven’t already done so, don’t forget to mark your calendars for our MISSION: IMPOSSIZZLE fundraising BBQ next Saturday (October 10) prior to our screening of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION. The weather’s looking to be quite perfect, so come on down for a bite before seeing one of the most acclaimed action flicks of the year!

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WIN TICKETS TO ‘CRIMSON PEAK’ – IN CINEMAS OCTOBER 15
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Director Guillermo del Toro (PAN’S LABYRINTH, HELLBOY) is back with his latest film, a Gothic horror film starring Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston and Jessica Chastain – and we’ve got tickets for you to see it first!

In the aftermath of a family tragedy, a young woman (Wasikowska) finds her heart stolen by a seductive stranger (Hiddleston) who sweeps her away to his home atop a blood-red mountain: a house filled with secrets, memories, and life.

Thanks to Universal Pictures, we have 5 in-season double passes to give away to see the film. For your chance to win, simply email info@anufg.org.au with your name, membership number (located underneath the barcode on your card) and your answer to the following question: ‘On what date is CRIMSON PEAK screening at the ANU Film Group?’

Entries close on THURSDAY 8 OCTOBER, with winners to be contacted via email and prizes to be collected at future ANUFG screenings.

MISSION: IMPOSSIZZLE Fundraising BBQ on Saturday 10 October

24th September, 2015

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MISSION: IMPOSSIZZLE FUNDRAISING BBQ – OCTOBER 10
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Light the fuse and cue the theme song… MISSION: IMPOSSIZZLE is back!

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to join us at the ANU Film Group prior to our screening of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION on SATURDAY 10 OCTOBER for a fundraiser BBQ. The BBQ will kick off (and doors will open) at the earlier time of 6 PM, with the film starting at the usual 7 PM.

Sausage sandwiches will cost $2.50 each, while canned drinks will be $1.50. Our trusty canteen will also be open with their usual assortment of goodies on offer, but will not be selling hot dogs that night.

All proceeds from the BBQ will go towards future ANUFG initiatives, including preparations for our big 50th anniversary next year, so grab a snag and support the Film Group!

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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
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Suave spies, superhero scientists, Amy Schumer, a talking teddy bear and evil spirits all feature at the ANU Film Group this week. Plus, has Hollywood run out of original ideas? Find out firsthand in our reboot night on Saturday featuring ‘all new’ takes on FANTASTIC FOUR and POLTERGEIST!

• Thu 24 Sep @ 7:30 PM: THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

In the 1960s at the height of the Cold War, a CIA agent (Henry Cavill) and a KGB operative (Armie Hammer) are forced to put aside their differences and team up to defeat a mysterious criminal organisation. Directed by Guy Ritchie.

• Fri 25 Sep @ 7:30 PM: TRAINWRECK + TED 2

In TRAINWRECK, a commitment-phobic magazine writer (Amy Schumer) finds herself falling for the subject of a new article she’s writing, and starts to wonder if her life-long belief that monogamy is impossible has been wrong all along.

Then, in TED 2 (at approx. 9:45 PM), a living teddy bear and his new wife wish to have a baby together, but to do so, he must first prove himself a person in the eyes of the law. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Seth MacFarlane and Amanda Seyfried.

• Sat 26 Sep @ **7 PM**: FANTASTIC FOUR (2015) + POLTERGEIST (2015)

In FANTASTIC FOUR, four young outsiders teleport to an alternate universe and find their physical forms altered in shocking ways. They must then learn to harness their new abilities to save Earth from an unexpected threat.

Then, in POLTERGEIST, a family whose suburban home is haunted by evil spirits must come together to rescue their youngest daughter after the apparitions take her captive – in this contemporary reimagining of the 1982 horror classic.

What's On This Week + Win Tickets to MACBETH!

16th September, 2015

This week at the ANU Film Group, put on your comfy shoes and get ready to embark on two very different journeys in one night with Saturday’s acclaimed double feature!

• Sat 19 Sep @ **7 PM**: FAR FROM MEN + KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER

In FAR FROM MEN, as a rebellion breaks out in Algeria in 1954, a reclusive schoolteacher (Viggo Mortensen) finds his world thrown into turmoil when he is asked to escort an accused murderer across the Atlas Mountains to face trial.

Then, in KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER (at approx. 8:45 PM), a lonely woman (Rinko Kikuchi) becomes convinced that a hidden case of money from the film FARGO is real, and sets off from Tokyo to Minnesota in search of the treasure.

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WIN TICKETS TO ‘MACBETH’ – IN CINEMAS OCTOBER 1
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Michael Fassbender and Marion Cottilard star in the thrilling new interpretation of Shakespeare’s MACBETH – and we’ve got tickets for you to see it!

Directed by Justin Kurzel (SNOWTOWN), the gritty adaptation follows a tyrannical Scottish warrior (Fassbender) and his manipulative wife (Cottilard) who will stop at nothing on their ambitious rise to power.

Thanks to Transmission Films, we have 10 in-season double passes to give away to see the film. For your chance to win, simply email info@anufg.org.au – with your name, membership number (located underneath the barcode on your card) and your answer to the following question: ‘Name one other actor who has portrayed Macbeth in a film.’

Entries close on THURSDAY 24 SEPTEMBER, with winners to be contacted via email and prizes to be collected at future ANUFG screenings.

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REMINDER: ANUFG @ PHOENIX PUB QUIZ NIGHT
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In case you missed last week’s message, don’t forget to join us at the Phoenix Pub next Tuesday for ‘Lights, Camera, Trivia’ – our very first Phoenix Quiz Night!

Entry is free and all are welcome, so assemble a team, or come along and seek out new friends to battle it out for Film Group trivia glory (and prizes that may or may not include free alcohol).

DATE: Tuesday 22 September, 2015
TIME: 7:30 PM start
VENUE: Phoenix Pub, 21 East Row, Civic (located in the bus interchange)

ANUFG @ Phoenix Quiz Night on Tuesday 22 September

10th September, 2015

Can’t get enough of Film Group trivia? Well, have we got exciting news for you…

The ANU Film Group will be hosting one of the Phoenix Pub’s legendary Quiz Nights on TUESDAY 22 SEPTEMBER at 7:30 PM and you’re all invited!

Conveniently located in the heart of the City at the bus interchange, the Phoenix is known for their old-fashioned pub atmosphere, hospitality and plethora of live events. And among the many highlights are their weekly Tuesday Quiz Nights, which we’ve been fortunate enough to be invited along to host for the very first time.

So mark your calendars and come along to join us for LIGHTS, CAMERA, TRIVIA: a night of movie trivia, drinks, prizes, and irreverent fun for all. Entry is free, and everyone is welcome!

DATE: Tuesday 22 September, 2015
TIME: 7:30 PM start
VENUE: Phoenix Pub, 21 East Row, Canberra ACT 2601 (Located in the Civic Bus Interchange, near Platform 3)

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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
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This week at the Film Group, we shine the spotlight on inspirational real-life figures, controversial religions and mysterious street artists with two riveting and thought-provoking double features.

• Fri 11 Sep @ 7:30 PM: GODS + WALESA: MAN OF HOPE

In GODS, a cardiac surgeon must overcome adverse circumstances in 1980s communist Poland to perform the country's very first human heart transplant. Exclusive Canberra premiere of the award-winning Polish box office hit!

Then, in WALESA: MAN OF HOPE (at approx. 9:30 PM) discover the true tale of the charismatic electrician who revolutionised Poland in the 1970s – founding the Solidarity movement and winning a Nobel Peace Prize along the way.

**Both screenings proudly presented by the Embassy of Poland and Puma Media**

• Sat 12 Sep @ **7 PM**: GOING CLEAR: SCIENTOLOGY AND THE PRISON OF BELIEF + BANKSY DOES NEW YORK

In GOING CLEAR, take a peek behind the closed doors of the Church of Scientology in this devastating, highly controversial documentary that lays bare the religion through uncovered footage, testimonials and reconstructions.

Then, in BANSKY DOES NEW YORK (at approx. 9 PM), infamous street artist Banksy’s month-long residency in New York is chronicled in this user-generated film pieced together from footage filmed by unsuspecting members of the public.

ANT-MAN, TERMINATOR GENISYS This Week + Trivia Night Thank You

4th September, 2015

A massive THANK YOU to all of you who came along and supported our Annual Trivia Night last Friday!

The event was a phenomenal success, and was our best-attended Trivia Night to date with over 200 people in attendance – not to mention a similarly record-breaking level of funds raised for the Film Group. We hope everyone there had as great a time as we had putting it all together… if not better!

For those of you who weren't able to make it along, not to worry – we’ll be back bigger and even better next year as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations. In the meantime, be sure to take a look at some of what you missed out on with our album of photos from the night's ‘Best Production Design’ round which can be found on Facebook HERE.

The round required teams to creatively depict a randomly assigned Best Picture Oscar winner in play-doh form. And as you can see, the end results were definitely Oscar worthy!

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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
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We kick off the month of September with two of the year’s biggest blockbusters: Marvel’s ANT-MAN, and the latest in Arnie’s time-travelling robot saga, TERMINATOR GENISYS. Plus, THE INCREDIBLES are back on the big screen, while Kate Winslet cultivates roses (and romance) in A LITTLE CHAOS.

• Fri 4 Sep @ 7:30 PM: TERMINATOR GENISYS + A LITTLE CHAOS

He’s back! In TERMINATOR GENISYS, futuristic resistance fighter Kyle Reese travels to the year 1984 to rescue Sarah Connor from a Terminator sent back to kill her, but finds himself caught in an unexpected alternate timeline. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney and Jason Clarke.

Then, in A LITTLE CHAOS (at approx. 9:45 PM), Kate Winslet plays a landscape designer who becomes romantically entangled with the man she is competing against to win an assignment to build a garden for King Louis XIV. Also starring Matthias Schoenaerts, Alan Rickman and Stanley Tucci.

• Sat 5 Sep @ **7 PM**: ANT-MAN + THE INCREDIBLES

In Marvel Studios’ latest astonishing adventure, ANT-MAN, a thief (Paul Rudd) is recruited by an inventor (Michael Douglas) to embrace his inner hero and pull off a heist that will save the world – armed with a super-suit that allows him to shrink to the size of an insect.

Then, THE INCREDIBLES are back (at approx. 9 PM)! In Pixar’s Oscar-winning masterpiece, a family of superheroes – forced to adopt civilian identities and live a quiet suburban life – find themselves returning to a life of action when the safety of the world is threatened.

August 2015

Last Chance for Trivia Night Tickets + What's On This Week

26th August, 2015

Our Trivia Night is just two days away and it’s shaping up to be our biggest one yet with over 200 tickets sold!

We have only a very limited number of tickets remaining, which are available for purchase online now as well as at our screening of MR. HOLMES tomorrow night. So if you wish to purchase tickets and haven’t done so, please send us an email to info@anufg.org.au ASAP so that we can reserve them for you. First in, best dressed!

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In case you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll no doubt know that our annual fundraising Trivia Night is on this Friday. There just so happens to be no screenings on that night either, so you have really no excuses not to attend. Don’t miss out!

• Thu 27 Aug @ 7:30 PM: MR. HOLMES

Grappling with the diminishing powers of his mind, an aging Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) finds himself haunted by the mysterious case that forced him into retirement, and that has remained unsolved for 50 years.

• Fri 28 Aug @ 7:30 PM: ANNUAL TRIVIA NIGHT

No screening. (See, we told you so!)

• Sat 29 Aug @ **7 PM**: LOVE AT FIRST FIGHT + THE BLUE ROOM

Straight from this year’s French Film Festival comes a double feature of two films about love in its many forms, proudly presented by the Embassy of France!

In the poignant romantic comedy LOVE AT FIRST FIGHT, a mild-mannered man’s peaceful summer holiday is disrupted when he meets – and falls in love with – a beautiful but brusque woman who couldn’t be more different from him.

Then, in erotic thriller THE BLUE ROOM (at approx. 8:45 PM), a married man finds himself under investigation by the police after an adulterous tryst with a woman, accused of an unknown crime that he has no recollection of.

One Week to the Trivia Night – Get your tickets now!

20th August, 2015

There’s only one week to go until the ANU Film Group's Annual Trivia Night on August 28 and tickets are selling FAST! There are only a few tables left, so if you’re planning on attending, be sure to purchase your tickets soon to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are $20 per person, with tables of up to ten available. They can be purchased online anytime by emailing info@anufg.org.au or from the laminator below the screen at any screening.

If you book a full table of ten, you’ll also go into the draw to win a special group prize, courtesy of the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, so assemble your team and come along to battle it out for Film Group glory.

Don’t worry if haven’t got a full group of ten, as smaller groups or individuals are just as welcome, and we can arrange for you to be seated with others on the night. Feel free to spread the word amongst friends and family too, as everyone is welcome – you don’t need to be a Film Group member or even a movie buff to have a great time.

Plus, best of all, you’ll get the chance to win some truly amazing prizes from our generous sponsors, including:

• AMF Bowling
• Ben and Jerry’s
• Briscola Pizzeria
• Canberra Theatre
• Corrigans Cove Resort
• Delta Force Paintball
• Dendy Cinemas
• Floriade Nightfest
• Frugii Dessert Laboratory
• Grand-Prix Karting Fyshwick
• Hoyts Cinemas
• National Film and Sound Archive
• National Folk Festival
• Palace Electric Cinemas
• Pancake Parlour
• San Churro
• Silo Bakery and Cafe
• Super Toyworld and Hobbies
• Thirst Thai Restaurant and Wine Bar
• Wig & Pen Tavern & Brewery
• …and many, many more!

And if you can’t attend, don’t forget that you can win some awesome prizes by entering our Raffle Extravaganza. Purchase 1 raffle ticket for $2 or 3 raffle tickets for $5 at any screening and go into the running to win prizes from Hotel Hotel, Palace Electric Cinemas, Fellows Bar and Café, Chez Frederic and Gozleme Café!

Find out more about the Trivia Night and check out our ever-growing list of prize sponsors at www.anufg.org.au/trivia

Trivia Night Raffle Extravaganza + MADAME BOVARY and MISS JULIE on Friday

17th August, 2015

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TRIVIA NIGHT RAFFLE EXTRAVAGANZA
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Our upcoming Trivia Night is next Friday and we have so many prizes up for grabs that you don't even need to attend to win! Simply stop by any ANU Film Group screening until August 27 and buy a raffle ticket from the laminator beneath the screen for your chance to win prizes valued at over $400.

You can purchase 1 raffle ticket for $2, or 3 for $5, to go into the draw to win:

1ST PRIZE: A NEW ACTON EXPERIENCE
- One night’s accommodation at Hotel Hotel
- $50 dining voucher for Fellows Bar & Cafe
- Double pass to Palace Electric Cinemas
- Two gourmet handmade choctops

2ND/3RD RUNNER UP PRIZES: DINNER ON US
- $30 dining voucher to Chez Frederic
- $30 dining voucher to Gozleme Cafe

Winners will be drawn at the Trivia Night on Friday August 28, with all proceeds going towards ANUFG fundraising.

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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
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Don’t forget that this Friday’s originally scheduled double feature of MAN UP and THE EMEPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES has been replaced due to an availability issue. In their place, we will be screening MADAME BOVARY and MISS JULIE.

Also on this week: romance meets organised crime in Italian satire THE MAFIA KILLS ONLY IN SUMMER; six darkly comedic stories of revenge converge in the Oscar-nominated WILD TALES; a tragic look at a lost musical talent in acclaimed documentary AMY; and a love story with a twist in THE AGE OF ADALINE.

• Tue 18 Aug @ 7:30 PM: THE MAFIA KILLS ONLY IN SUMMER

A young boy tries to win the affections of his childhood crush, while growing up as part of a Mafia family amidst corruption and violence in 1970s Sicily in this award-winning Italian satirical romantic comedy.

• Thu 20 Aug @ 7:30 PM: WILD TALES

**This screening proudly presented by the Embassy of Spain in Canberra**

Six standalone short films united by a common theme of violence and vengeance make up this highly acclaimed black comedy anthology film about people driven to losing control. Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film.

• Fri 21 Aug @ 7:30 PM: MADAME BOVARY + MISS JULIE

In MADAME BOVARY, a young woman (Mia Wasikowska) who impulsively marries a small-town doctor soon becomes bored with her new life and begins to seek excitement and status outside the bonds of marriage.

Then, in MISS JULIE (at approx. 9:30 PM), an unsettled aristocrat’s daughter (Jessica Chastain) encourages her father’s valet (Colin Farrell) to seduce her – leading to a compulsive game of seduction, manipulation and power.

• Sat 22 Aug @ **7 PM**: AMY + THE AGE OF ADALINE

In acclaimed documentary AMY, take a revealing look at the tragically short life of songwriter Amy Winehouse, who died of alcohol poisoning in 2011 at the young age of 27, in this powerful and untold story of a music icon.

Then, in THE AGE OF ADALINE (at approx. 9:15 PM), a young woman (Blake Lively) who has miraculously remained 29-years-old for almost eight decades meets a man who reawakens her passion for romance and desire to live.

Screening Change: MAN UP + THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES on August 21

10th August, 2015

We regret to inform you that, due to availability changes, we can no longer screen MAN UP and THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES on FRIDAY 21 AUGUST as originally scheduled. In their place, we will instead be screening two new films: MADAME BOVARY followed by MISS JULIE.

Starting at 7:30 PM, MADAME BOVARY tells the tale of a young woman (Mia Wasikowska) who impulsively marries a small-town doctor in order to leave her family’s provincial life behind. But she soon becomes bored with her new husband and begins to seek excitement and status outside the bonds of her marriage. Also starring Rhys Ifans, Ezra Miller and Paul Giamatti.

Then at approximately 9:30 PM, MISS JULIE depicts a heated midsummer’s night in the Irish countryside in which an unsettled aristocrat’s daughter (Jessica Chastain) encourages her father’s valet to seduce her – leading to a compulsive game of seduction, manipulation and power.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this change.

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This week at the Film Group, we screen Pixar’s latest, INSIDE OUT, followed by their very first feature, TOY STORY, in a fun-filled double feature on Saturday. Plus, Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart in the award-winning CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA, WWI romantic drama TESTAMENT OF YOUTH, the big-screen movie version of ENTOURAGE, and late night thrills with acclaimed horror flick IT FOLLOWS.

• Wed 12 Aug @ 7:30 PM: CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA

A veteran actress (Juliette Binoche) must face an uncomfortable reflection of her life when she agrees to take part in a revival of the play that launcher her career 20 years earlier. Also starring Kristen Stewart and Chloë Grace Moretz.

• Thu 13 Aug @ 7:30 PM: TESTAMENT OF YOUTH

When WWI breaks out in England, a young woman (Alicia Vikander) puts her life, her education, and her relationships on hold to serve as a voluntary nurse on the frontlines, where she experiences the futility of war firsthand.

• Fri 14 Aug @ 7:30 PM: ENTOURAGE + IT FOLLOWS

The boys are back in ENTOURAGE with movie star Vincent Chase and his friends – Eric, Turtle, Johnny and Ari – back in business on a risky new venture as they navigate the capricious, cutthroat and celebrity cameo-filled world of Hollywood.

Then, in IT FOLLOWS (at approx. 9:15 PM), after a seemingly innocent sexual encounter, a young woman finds herself plagued by visions and the sense that someone (or something) is following her in this highly original modern horror film.

• Sat 15 Aug @ **7 PM**: INSIDE OUT + TOY STORY

In INSIDE OUT, a young girl and the emotions inside her head – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness – struggle to adjust to their new life after her family relocates to San Francisco, in this universally acclaimed latest film from Pixar.

Then, celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pixar’s very first film, TOY STORY (at approx. 8:45 PM), in which Woody the cowboy doll finds his position as a young boy’s favourite toy threatened by the arrival of a Buzz Lightyear action figure.

What's On This Week + Have you got your Trivia Night tickets yet?

4th August, 2015

There’s bound to be something for everyone at the Film Group this week: from Helen Mirren and male strippers (not in the same film) to French thrillers and a Shaun the Sheep/Sean Penn double feature. What more could you possibly want?

• Tue 4 Aug @ 7:30 PM: WOMAN IN GOLD

A Jewish refugee (Helen Mirren) takes on the Austrian government to recover prized artwork that she believes was taken from her family by the Nazis during World War II. Also starring Ryan Reynolds, Daniel Brühl and Katie Holmes.

• Thu 6 Aug @ 7:30 PM: MAGIC MIKE XXL

Three years after bowing out of the stripper life at the top of his game, Mike (Channing Tatum) reunites with the Kings of Tampa and hits the road to put on one last blow-out performance at the stripper convention in Myrtle Beach.

• Fri 7 Aug @ 7:30 PM: THE CONNECTION + FRENCH RIVIERA

In THE CONNECTION, a French police magistrate (Jean Dujardin) embarks on a relentless crusade to dismantle the most notorious drug smuggling operation in history in this 70s-set crime thriller inspired by true events.

Then, in FRENCH RIVIERA (at approx. 9:45 PM), a young woman returns to the South of France to live with her casino magnate mother (Catherine Deneuve), and finds herself falling for an older man – as a war between rival casinos rages on.

• Sat 8 Aug @ **7 PM**: SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE + THE GUNMAN

In SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE, Shaun decides to take the day off from the farm but gets a little more action than he bargained for when the Farmer loses his memory in the Big City and it’s up to Shaun and his flock to get everyone back home.

Then, in THE GUNMAN (at approx. 8:30 PM) a different Shaun (Sean Penn) plays an ex-government assassin who must face his past and embark on a globe-spanning mission of revenge when his former employers attempt to have him killed.

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HAVE YOU GOT YOUR TRIVIA NIGHT TICKETS YET?
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Dendy, Palace, Floriade, Canberra Theatre, Wig & Pen, Pancake Parlour, Questacon, San Churro, Fruggi Dessert Laboratory, Ben & Jerry’s… and that’s not even a third of the amazing prize sponsors we have on board (so far) for our 9th Annual Trivia Night. So if you haven’t already bought your tickets for your chance at Film Group fame, glory and copious prizes – what are you waiting for?!

Tickets for our annual fundraising trivia night on FRIDAY 28 AUGUST are available for purchase at all screenings from the laminator desk below the screen. Alternatively, you can also purchase your tickets online by emailing info@anufg.org.au

Tickets are $20 a head, which includes light finger food on the night. Tables of up to 10 are available, and you don’t even need to be a Film Group member to attend. Just be sure to book well in advance, as tickets are strictly limited.

And as anyone who’s ever been to one of our Trivia Nights will attest, it’s unlike any other trivia night out there. With so much fun, trivia and some truly great prizes in store – it’s anything but trivial!

Find out more about the night and view our ever-growing list of prize sponsors at www.anufg.org.au/trivia. Alternatively, if Facebook is more your thing, you can attend, share and help promote our Facebook Event Page HERE.