New Winter 2019 Programme

18th April, 2019

Our inaugural Autumn season comes to an end next week, but don’t miss us too much as our new Winter season begins just a few days later on May 1st!

And now, without further ado, you can find our full list of screenings for May to July in one of three ways:
• View it on our website by going to
• Download a PDF flyer that you can print out and share by CLICKING HERE (493 Kb)
• Import the entire programme straight into your calendar of choice using this iCAL LINK

Memberships are just $30 for the season or $90 for a full year – which if purchased now will take you up until the end of our Autumn 2020 season. Sign up now at!

(Please note: if you are a current Autumn member and wish to join up again for Winter, we are in the process of implementing a renew function that will be ready before the start of the next season, so stay tuned!)

Every single film on our programme is worth a look, but don’t miss these highlights:

• Hollywood Blockbusters: some of the biggest films of the year, from CAPTAIN MARVEL to SHAZAM! and the upcoming POKÉMON: DETECTIVE PIKACHU

• Family Films: kids watch for free anytime, so don’t forget to bring your little ones to THE LEGO MOVIE 2 and DUMBO

• World Cinema: foreign films from countries as diverse as Poland, South Korea, Lebanon, Japan, Denmark, India and Sweden – including a mini-festival featuring the official Oscar submissions from five countries each Friday in June

• Indie Darlings: small but no less worthy independent films you might have missed in cinemas, like MID90S, THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER and THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

• Classics on the Big Screen: see beloved films like GONE WITH THE WIND and TOTAL RECALL as they were meant to be seen

• Moon Landing Anniversary Celebrations: a series of special screenings and events from July 18 to July 20 celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing (more details to come)


There may not be many screenings due to the Easter and ANZAC Day holidays, but the need for blood doesn’t get a day off.

Did you know that donated blood platelets only have an extremely short life span of just five days? The Australian Red Cross is always on the lookout for blood donors, so we would like to encourage those of you who are eligible to donate blood to please consider doing so.

The ANU Film Group is registered with the Red Cross’s RED25 program, which unites communities around Australia in saving lives through blood donation. You can nominate us as your associated club to demonstrate our support of this worthy cause the next time you visit a donor centre or anytime by CLICKING HERE.

Call 13 14 95 to make an appointment or go to the Red Cross website – – to find locations and hours for your local donor centre.