Do you like giant robots, but feel guilty about spending your hard-earned money paying to see them fight on the big screen? Well, you’re in luck, because tonight you don’t have to!
Join the ANU Film Group in rolling out our new Semester Two 2017 programme tonight (Monday 17 July) with a free screening of the action-packed sci-fi blockbuster TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT at 7:30 PM.
In director Michael Bay’s epic fifth instalment in the series (don’t worry – you needn’t have seen the others), the humans and Transformers are at war. Seeking a way to end the conflict, an inventor (Mark Wahlberg) forms an unlikely alliance with an English historian (Anthony Hopkins) to uncover the hidden history of Transformers on Earth – and discover that the key to saving the future may lie in the secrets of the past.
Our wonderful canteen run by the Rotary Club of Woden Daybreak will also be open at tonight’s screening, providing their usual assortment of popcorn, snacks and drinks – with all proceeds going to charity. So you can have your favourite movie snack and feel good about yourself while doing so too.
If TRANSFORMERS isn’t your thing – and you’re not already a member by then – we also have a free screening of WONDER WOMAN coming up next week on Friday 28 July. Or you can come along to both, because why not? It’s two films for the price of... none!
More details about our new Semester Two programme can be found at www.anufg.org.au/programme, with memberships available for purchase at all screenings or online at www.anufg.org.au/join