At Palace Cinemas in Leichhardt and Paddington from Monday 20 to Wednesday 22 June, book now for Aquarius, Wednesday, May 9, Sing Street, Tokyo Story, Paterson, Personal Shopper, Weiner, Tickled, Janis: Little Girl Blue, The Lure and Swiss Army Man.
Straight from Competition at Cannes, Kleber Mendonça Filho's follow-up to Neighbouring Sounds (SFF 2012) pits a single woman (Sonia Braga) against an aggressive property developer.
Uncompromising rocker Janis Joplin, as you've never known her before: an eye-opening documentary featuring unseen footage, private letters and interviews with band members.
This unique Polish romance-horror-mermaid-musical defies classification and deservedly won the Special Jury Award for Unique Vision and Design at Sundance 2016.
Paterson, Jarmusch’s popular Cannes hit, is a gentle, quietly moving portrait of a bus driver poet (Adam Driver, Girls) and his artistic wife (Golshifteh Farahani, About Elly).
Kristen Stewart shines in this spooky ghost story by Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria, Clean), which earned him the Best Director prize at Cannes 2016.
John Carney's latest is a beguiling portrait of '80s Dublin, complete with stone-washed denim, wild haircuts and a soundtrack by The Cure, Duran Duran and The Police.
The most divisive film at Sundance – an entirely unique comedy starring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe – triggered walkouts, but went on to win the Directing Prize.
A jaw-dropping documentary on the surprisingly sinister world of competitive endurance tickling, from New Zealand co-directors Dylan Reeve and journalist David Farrier.
This beautiful restoration will draw you deeper than ever into Japanese master Yasujiro Ozu's graceful masterpiece, widely regarded as one of the greatest films ever made.
A mysterious donation sparks a series of murky moral dilemmas in this tense Iranian drama, which was a hit at Venice and stars the great actress Niki Karimi.
This absorbing exposé of Anthony ‘sexting scandal' Weiner's 2013 New York mayoral campaign won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
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