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FILM – Chauvel Cinema: Session Times 4-10 February 2010

February 4, 2010toFebruary 10, 2010


Being In Heaven (G)
Written, produced and directed by best-selling self-development author & presenter Michael D Rowland. BEING IN HEAVEN is a new narrative about the success and wellbeing available to anyone who is willing to awaken the true self and live consciously.
Thu & Tue 11.30, 6.50pm
Fri 11.30, 6.45, 6.50pm
Sat  11.45, 6.20pm
Sun  11.00, 6.30pm
Mon 11.20, 6.50pm
Wed 11.30,1.20pm
Bright Star (PG)
Academy Award winner Jane Campion’s riveting drama based on the love affair of poet John Keats and his neighbour Fanny Brawne..
Thu & Tue/Wed 4.30, 6.50pm
Fri 11.45, 4.30pm
Sat 1.30, 4.00, 8.10pm
Sun 10.30, 4.45, 7.00pm
Mon 4.15, 8.40pm
Once Upon a Time in the West (M)
Sergio Leone followed his ‘Dollars Trilogy’ with this masterpiece – a reinvigoration of the American Western and a unique vision of a brilliantly observant outsider.
Thu & Tue 1.20, 8.40pm
Fri 1.20pm
Sat 8.50pm
Sun 8.20pm
Mon 1.10, 8.40pm
Wed 3.10pm
Mesrine 1: Killer Instinct (MA15+)
Hurry – must close Wed – no further extension!
Jacques Mesrine (Vincent Cassel) is a loyal son and dedicated soldier, back home and living with his parents after serving in the Algerian War. Handsome and charming, he is soon seduced by the neon glamour of 60s Paris and the easy money it presents.
Thu & Tue 2.10, 9.10pm
Fri 2.10, 8.40pm
Sat 3.50pm
Sun 12.50pm
Mon 2.10pm
Wed (final) 11.45, 9.10pm
Mesrine 2: Public Enemy # 1 (MA15+)
Hurry – must close Wed – no further extension!
The gripping conclusion. Mesrine is now a criminal at the top of his game. After escaping prison with a fellow inmate (Mathieu Amalric), he disappears into a lawless underworld, taunting the police and reinventing himself as a celebrity through his savvy manipulation of the media.
Thu & Mon/Tue 11.45am, 4.20pm
Fri 4.20pm
Sat 6.20pm
Sun 9.15pm
Wed (final) 2.00, 9.10pm
Cinematheque Monday
Monday 8th February
LEAVES OUT OF THE BOOK OF SATAN (DENMARK/1919/B&W/109mins/16mm/NFSA / R18+)Dir. Carl Theodor Dreyer
Carl Theodor Dreyer’s classic silent film tells the tale of Satan’s (Helge Nissen) banishment from heaven. In order to return, Satan must perform acts of temptation upon humanity with the stipulation that for every soul who yields, 100 years will be added to his time on Earth. For every soul who resists, 1000 years will be commuted from his judgment. The film follows Satan’s path through the ages as an instigator during times of conflict.
Mon 6.30pm
Ticket info at chauvelcinema.net.au
A film by Matthew Barney with a soundtrack composed by Björk, represents the first creative collaboration of two of the most protean, dynamic forces in music and fine art.
Fri 8.30pm
ARGENTO +   (Feb 26-Mar 19)
Italian horror maestro Dario Argento meets Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven & George Romero
Starts 8.30pm FRI (26/2) with: SUSPIRIA (R18+) & DAWN OF THE DEAD (R18+)
Details & advance tix online..
The NY Metropolitan Opera 09/10
Direct from New York!
Bizet’s CARMEN
Sat 11.30am & Sun 1.00pm
Also on Thu (11/2) 11.30am & Sun (14/2) 2.00pm
Tickets. $27 general, $24 senior/conc/palace member
Avail in person, at MCA Tix on Ph: 1300 306 776 or online
Next opera: Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra
Sat (20/2) 11.30am, Sun(21/2) 1pm, Thur(25/2) 11.30am and Sun (28/2) 2pm
Chauvel Cinema
Cnr Oxford St & Oatley Rd, Paddington
Info Line. 02 9361 5398 Groups 20+ ONLY. 02 9339 0348

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