Please remember that masks must continue to be worn while in any indoor space on the ANU campus for the foreseeable future. This includes ANU Film Group screenings, for which masks are a condition of entry into screenings: if you don't have a mask, you will NOT be allowed into the cinema.
We will continue to provide disposable masks for anyone who has forgotten theirs, but please ask that you bring your own where possible as our supply is limited.
As required by the ANU, there will also be a COVID Safety Officer present at all screenings to ensure compliance for the duration of the film. Masks may only be removed if you are actively eating or drinking, or if you can supply proof of a valid medical exemption (e.g. letter from your doctor).
Thank you to everyone for your cooperation so far in ensuring our screenings are a safe moviegoing environment for all!
WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK
This week at the ANU Film Group, indulge in your appetite for meaningful food, ghostbusting, France's first restaurant, and an Argentinian heist. Plus, celebrate 60th anniversary of James Bond's first big-screen outing with DR. NO!
• WED 16 MAR @ 7:30 PM: BREAKING BREAD (M, 86 mins)
Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel – the first Muslim Arab to win Israel's MasterChef – is on a quest to make a social change through food, pairing Arab and Jewish chefs to discover and celebrate the food of their region free from politics and religion.
• THU 17 MAR @ 7:30 PM: GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE (PG, 124 mins)
After their estranged grandfather passes away, a single mother and her two kids travel to a small town to collect their inheritance but instead discover their connection to the Ghostbusters and the secret legacy that has been left behind.
• FRI 18 MAR @ 7:30 PM: DR. NO (PG, 110 mins)
Celebrate the 60th anniversary of 007's first screen adventure, as James Bond (Sean Connery) is sent to Jamaica to investigate the disappearance of a fellow agent and encounters the villainous Dr. No and his plot to disrupt the American space program.
• SAT 19 MAR @ **5 PM**: DELICIOUS (M, 113 mins)
In 18th century France, a talented chef loses his taste for cooking after he is dismissed from his aristocratic posting, but soon decides to get revenge on high society by opening the country's very first restaurant, in this culinary comedy.
• SAT 19 MAR @ 7:30 PM: HEROIC LOSERS (M, 116 mins)
It's 2001 and Argentina is the midst of a great depression. After a group of enterprising small-town locals fall prey to a corrupt banker and lose everything, they band together with a crazy plan to steal back their hard-earned money.