CLOVERFIELD 3 Screening Change

14th June, 2018

Due to a distributor change, we are no longer able to screen CLOVERFIELD 3 (aka THE CLOVERFIELD PARTICLE), as originally scheduled as the second feature on Saturday 7 July, following A QUIET PLACE. In its place will instead be a 50th anniversary screening of the 1968 horror classic, ROSEMARY’S BABY.

In the Oscar-winning landmark film, young Rosemary Woodhouse (Mia Farrow) and her struggling actor husband move into an old New York City apartment building, undeterred by its ominous reputation and their odd next-door neighbours. When Rosemary becomes pregnant, however, she begins to find herself increasingly isolated from the world and her circle of friends, which enfolds her in a shroud of suspicion and mental agony. Is there a sinister conspiracy at play, or is she simply being paranoid?

Directed by Roman Polanski, ROSEMARY’S BABY will now screen at approximately 8:45 PM on Saturday 7 July, following A QUIET PLACE at 7 PM. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this change.


An ensemble cast take a scathing look at self-obsession in Michael Haneke’s latest, an invitation from the Embassy of Austria, and a double feature of acclaimed Japanese anime films. Read on to find out more about what’s screening at your favourite film society this week!

• FRI 15 JUNE @ 7:30 PM: HAPPY END (M, 107 min)

Three generations of well-off French family living together deal with their own self-obsessed crises, oblivious to the events unfolding in refugee camps just beyond their bourgeois bubble of a home in Northern France. Directed by acclaimed Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke.

** Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Austria, who is also extending an invitation to all ANUFG members to join them for light refreshments in the foyer directly opppsite the main doors to the Coombs Theatre from 6:45 PM tonight. Note that our canteen will still be operating as normal from 7 PM **

• SAT 16 JUNE @ ** 7 PM **: MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (PG, 103 min) + FIREWORKS (PG, 90 min)

In MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER, young Mary accidentally discovers a mysterious flower and broomstick that gives her the power to become a witch for only one night. Before the night is up, Mary is whisked away to a school of magic where terrible things are happening.

Then, in FIREWORKS (at approx. 8:45 PM), two teenagers have decided to run away from their unstable family homes when they come across a mysterious orb which gives them the power to manipulate time – but not without complications.

** Note: both films will screen in their original Japanese language versions with English subtitles **