What's On This Week + Lunar New Year Event on February 26

16th February, 2022

And we’re off! Thank you to everyone who came along and joined us to kick off screenings for 2022 on Monday – it was great to see so many people back in the cinema again after so many months out of action.

But it’s just the beginning and we’ve got a big week of films coming right up, including the first of our 2022 Best Picture nominees with the 10x Oscar-nominated DUNE, animated musical sequel SING 2, Edgar Wright’s trippy horror-thriller LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, and the controversial, 8x AACTA-award winning drama NITRAM.

As a friendly reminder, please remember to abide by our COVID-19 safety rules as a condition of entry into screenings. This includes wearing a mask at all times while inside the cinema (except when actively eating or drinking) and continuing to check in using the Check In CBR app upon arrival. Our full COVID-19 safety rules can be found at www.anufg.org.au/covid

Please also note that pre-registration for ANUFG screenings is no longer required for screenings in 2022.

• THU 17 FEB @ 7:30 PM: NITRAM (MA, 112 mins)

In mid-90s Australia, a young loner (Caleb Landry Jones) who lives with his parents grows increasingly frustrated at never fitting in, ultimately leading to the most heinous of acts, in this winner of 8 AACTA Awards, including Best Film.

• FRI 18 FEB @ 7:30 PM: DUNE (M, 155 mins – NO GUESTS)

In the far future, a gifted young man (Timothée Chalamet) must face his destiny when his family is charged with taking over the desert planet Arrakis, home to the only supply of the most valuable resource in the galaxy.

• SAT 19 FEB @ **5 PM**: SING 2 (PG, 110 mins)

An all-star cast of animal performers prepare to launch a dazzling stage show in the entertainment capital of the world – but they must first find and persuade the world's most reclusive rock star to join them.

• SAT 19 FEB @ 7:30 PM: LAST NIGHT IN SOHO (MA, 117 mins)

After moving to London, an aspiring fashion designer finds herself mysteriously transported to the glamourous 1960s in her sleep each night, where she seeks to unravel the mystery surrounding a dazzling young woman.


The ANU, together with the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China and the ACT Chinese-Australian Association, are hosting a series of events on Saturday 26 February to celebrate the Lunar New Year. This will include traditional Chinese musical instrumental performances, lion dances, calligraphy demonstrations, martial arts demonstrations and food stalls – as well as a screening of the Oscar-nominated Marvel Studios hit, SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS in the Kambri Cinema.

The screening will be taking place from 2 pm, prior to our own ANUFG screenings later that evening of THE ALPINIST at 5 pm, and ANNETTE at 7:30 pm.

More information about the celebration can be found HERE, while you can find details – including registration links – for the film screening HERE