British Film Festival

British Film Festival, presented by Palace Cinemas

Sydney (Oct 29 – Nov 24, 2019), Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra (Oct 30 – Nov 24, 2019), Byron Bay (Oct 30 – Nov 13, 2019)

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Anna and the Apocalypse

Anna and the Apocalypse

A contender for one of the worst films of the year, look elsewhere than Anna ...
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Happy Thursday everyone! We're back and our 2019 line up is looking amazing. For now let us reveal our Opening Night film: MILITARY WIVES, Kristin Scott Thomas leads this inspiring drama about the bravery of the women of war, and the power of the music that saved them. Learn more about our first highlights here:
Full programme announced 9 Oct, stay tuned!
WIN- Sydney! Our friends from the unique Opera Bites have a double pass to giveaway for their next performance and decadent sparkling high tea: Opera Goes to the Movies! Valued at $198.
Immerse yourself in an afternoon of Hollywood glamour as they match your favourite films with operas greatest hits in an elegant event to remember at The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel.  Saturday 24th August, 2pm.
To enter simply like this post and tag your cinema lover buddy. Only the winner will be notified.
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Thanks to Transmission Films you could be the WINNER of a double pass to attend the general release of our 2018 festival highlight RED JOAN. Showing from 6th June at Palace Cinemas! To enter simply like this post and tag your cinema lover friend!
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WIN! Thanks to Transmission Films we have 10 double passes to give away to the 2018 #BritishFilmFest gem PETERLOO, to celebrate its release this May! For your chance to win, simply like this post and tag a friend who you'd like to go with. PETERLOO, in cinemas May 16.
★★★★★ "Uncompromising. A richly intelligent, passionate movie." – The Guardian
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