Evil clowns, singing dolls, footballers and parties – there’s all sorts of fun to be had at the ANU Film Group this week!
• THU 17 OCT @ 7:30 PM: ANIMALS (MA, 109 mins)
Two 30-something best friends living together in Dublin find their hedonistic lifestyle of partying, drinking and debauchery strained when one of them gets engaged in this acclaimed Australian-Irish look at female relationships.
• FRI 18 OCT @ 7:30 PM: IT: CHAPTER TWO (MA, 169 mins)
27 years after their first encounter with Pennywise, the now-adult members of the Losers Club return to their home town to defeat the evil clown once and for all. Starring James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain and Bill Skarsgård.
• SAT 19 OCT @ **5 PM**: UGLYDOLLS (G, 87 mins)
A misfit group of deformed, ugly toys rejected by their manufacturers must learn to embrace what it means to be different in this animated musical adventure. Featuring the voices of Kelly Clarkson, Janelle Monae, Nick Jonas and Pitbull.
• SAT 19 OCT @ 7:30 PM: DIEGO MARADONA (M, 130 mins)
A look at the career of celebrated Argentinian soccer player Diego Armando Maradona, constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage by the award-winning makers behind acclaimed documentaries AMY and SENNA.
** 'NO GUESTS' SCREENINGS THIS WEEK: IT: CHAPTER TWO **
REMINDER ABOUT MOBILE PHONES + LOST PROPERTY
We take this opportunity to issue a friendly reminder for all members and their guests to silence or turn off their phones and mobile devices prior to the start of the film.
In particular, please avoid using them during screenings as the light emitted by these devices can be very distracting and inconsiderate to other audience members in your vicinity. If you must use your phone, we request that you do so outside the cinema.
On a related note, don’t forget to check your seat and take all belongings – including phones, wallets, keys, clothing, cushions, food/drink containers and children – with you when you leave.
ANUFG volunteers routinely check the cinema for lost property after the end of each night, and will place any found items in our lost property box. So if you have lost anything recently, send us an email or check with the Duty Manager at your next screening and we can let you know if we have it. If the item is something of value (e.g. a wallet or mobile phone), it will usually be handed over to ANU Security for safekeeping.