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Special Events
  • Our Seniors' Movie Mornings screen fortnightly on Wednesdays at 10:30am, outside of school holidays.  Admission is $10 for the ticket only or $12.50, which includes a ticket and a light lunch after the film. 

    Next screening, TEA WITH THE DAMES on Wednesday 25th July.

     

  • The Orange Film Society Inc. is a self-supporting and non-profit organisation dedicated to the appreciation of film culture.

    The Film Society's aim is to encourage interest in film as an art and as a medium of entertainment, information and education. A film is shown every month, except December, on Sundays and Mondays. They select cultural films for their program (eg. arthouse, foreign language), and try to bring films that people would not get the chance see living outside the capital cities. 

    Everyone is most welcome to attend.

     

    CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE

     

     

  • Enjoy a night out with your besties at our Girls'Night screening of The Spy Who Dumped Me.

    This screening will be held on Friday, 10th August 2018 at 7.00pm.

    All tickets are $15. 
     

    We will also be offering a Girls' Night Combo on the night, comprising a small popcorn, a glass of wine or beer, and a Maltesers box for only $12! (18+ only, photo I.D. may be requested before purchasing)
     

    Tickets are on sale now - click HERE to purchase. If you have any questions, please call us on (02) 6362 0213.

  • DISNEY CLASSICS FILM FESTIVAL

    Commencing on August 4th over four consecutive weekends, celebrate the magical timeless storytelling of Walt Disney Animation Studios at the Disney Classics Festival. Bring the family, dress up and enjoy Disney’s animated classics as they were made to be seen - on the big screen.

  • In an Australian first throughout August Odeon 5 Cinemas, in conjunction with StudioCanal, is presenting a stellar package of four of the best French films of 2018, direct from their successful run at this year’s edition of the Alliance Française French Film Festival.

     

    The package is designed to give regional audiences a taste of the best of contemporary French film, showcasing poignant, entertaining and heartwarming foreign films that are not often released outside of major capital cities. Encompassing drama, comedy and romance, these delightful films will delight fans of upscale cinema.

    VIEW THE STUDIOCANAL PRESENTS A SEASON OF FRENCH CINEMA TRAILER HERE

     

    Fresh from hit seasons at the Alliance Française French Film Festival 2018, the package includes Back to Burgundy, from the acclaimed director of Paris and The Spanish Apartment trilogy; Gauguin, starring veteran star Vincent Cassel (Black Swan) as the famed French painter; Return of the Hero, with hilarious performances from two of France’s biggest stars, Jean Dujardin (The Artist) and Mélanie Laurent (Inglorious Basterds); and Jealous, a fascinating comedy-drama starring Karin Viard (The Bélier Family) and helmed by the directors of Delicacy.

  • The 2017-18 season of The Met: Live in HD will kick off October 29 with Norma. The series will continue with Die Zauberflöte (November 12), The Exterminating Angel (December 10), Tosca (February 11), L’Elisir d’Amore (March 4), La Bohème (April 8), Semiramide (April 29), Così fan tutte (May 27), Luisa Miller (June 17), and Cendrillon (July 22).

    The Met’s groundbreaking series launched in 2006 and quickly established the company as the world’s leading alternative cinema content provider. More than 21 million tickets have been sold since the series’ inception, and the series currently reaches more than 2,000 movie theaters in 71 countries around the world.

    “We’re replenishing our core repertoire with new productions of Così fan tutte, Norma, and Tosca, while stretching our horizons with The Exterminating Angel and Cendrillon,” said Peter Gelb, Met General Manager. “It’s a season of repertory favorites and stimulating rarities, with something for neophytes and aficionados alike.”

    Among the season’s revivals are some rarely performed stagings, including Verdi’s Luisa Miller, and Rossini's Semiramide, last performed at the Met in 1993.