Since 2016, we have been proud to be a part of the Canberra Southern Cross Club's (CSCC) Community Rewards program, which gives back to a wide variety of community groups throughout the year.
If you are a CSCC member, you can choose to nominate the ANU Film Group as your community group of choice and the Club will donate 7.5% of whatever you spend on food and drink at any of their venues to us. So you get to have a great meal and support not just one, but two local organisations too!
If you’re already a CSCC member, nominating us is easy – all you have to do is click the button below and fill out a short online form by CLICKING HERE.
Alternatively, you can speak to reception at any CSCC venue. And if you’re not yet a member, you can find out more about the CSCC and its Community Rewards program at www.cscc.com.au/rewards
WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
It's a massive week with not just one, or two, but three of this year's Best Picture nominees – which also picked up six Oscars between them, including Best International Film (ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT), Best Visual Effects (AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER) and Best Adapted Screenplay (WOMEN TALKING). Plus, the best film about a drug-fuelled, rampaging bear you'll see this year!
• THU 30 MAR @ 7:30 PM: ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (MA, 147 MINS)
In 1917, a German teenager naively joins his country’s military effort – but it’s not long before his dreams of becoming a hero turn into desperation and fear in this 4x Oscar-winning German adaptation of the classic anti-war novel.
• FRI 31 MAR @ 7:30 PM: AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER (M, 192 MINS)
Fifteen years after thwarting the human invasion of Pandora, the Na’vi once again find their peaceful existence under attack and must seek refuge with an amphibious reef tribe in director James Cameron's long-awaited, Oscar-winning sequel.
• SAT 1 APR @ **5 PM**: WOMEN TALKING (M, 104 MINS)
In 2010, a group of women in a Mennonite community in Bolivia struggle with their future and their faith after discovering that the colony's men have been drugging and raping the women there for years. Oscar winner for Best Adapted Screenplay.
• SAT 1 APR @ 7:30 PM: COCAINE BEAR (MA, 109 MINS)
After ingesting a large amount of lost cocaine, an American black bear goes on a murderous bloody rampage in a small Georgia town where a group of cops, criminals, tourists and teens must join forces to survive the attack.