It’s finally here – our first new programme for 2020! We know you’ve been waiting a long time for this, so we’ll just cut to the chase.
Our new programme for Autumn 2020 can be viewed in three different ways:
• On our website, with extended synopses, posters and cast listings, right HERE
• In PDF version of an A4 flyer you can print out available HERE
• In iCal format for importing directly into your calendar by clicking HERE
You can also pick up a new programme flyer at screenings starting from Friday. Posters are due to arrive next week.
Autumn 2020 ($30) and Annual 2020 ($90) memberships are now available for purchase – or renewal – prior to any screening or online at www.anufg.org.au/join. These will include entry into all screenings remaining on our current programme, including our Oscar Week next week with contenders like JUDY and FORD V FERRARI.
Please also note that memberships purchased online are currently taking than longer than usual to process due to high demand. If you have recently purchased or renewed a membership online but haven’t received a confirmation, we expect to be caught up by early next week. Thanks for your patience in this busy period!
WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
The penultimate week of our Summer 2019 programme features the highly-anticipated sequel to THE SHINING, a new animated take on the kooky ADDAMS FAMILY, and Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar’s latest, which is up for two Oscars next week.
• FRI 7 FEB @ 7:30 PM: DOCTOR SLEEP (MA, 152 mins)
Decades after the events of THE SHINING, a now-adult Danny Torrance (Ewan McGregor) must face the demons of his past when he protects a young girl with similar powers from a cult that preys on gifted children.
• SAT 8 FEB @ **5 PM**: THE ADDAMS FAMILY (PG, 87 mins)
Gomez, Morticia and the rest of the Addams household face-off against a treacherous reality TV host in this animated new take on the creepy, kooky family. Featuring the voices of Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron and Chloë Grace Moretz.
• SAT 8 FEB @ 7:30 PM: PAIN AND GLORY (MA, 114 mins)
A film director (Antonio Banderas) reflects on his life as the past and present come crashing down around him in this Spanish drama nominated for two Oscars this year (Best Actor, Best International Film). Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Spain.