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What’s on at the Chauvel Cinema Thur 3 June – Wed 9 June

June 3, 2010toJune 9, 2010

FILMS AND SESSION TIMES for the Chauvel Cinema, Paddington

  • Sex and the City, Soul Kitchen, The Room and more including what’s coming up.
  • Thu 3rd June – Wed 9th June, 2010

Chauvel Cinema
Cnr Oxford St & Oatley Rd, Paddington
Info Line. 02 9361 5398 Groups 20+ ONLY. 02 9339 0348
Book online! www.chauvelcinema.net.au
Sex and The City 2 (MA15+)
Don’t miss the sequel to the 2008 blockbuster
movie adaptation of HBO’s series.
Vivacious stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim
Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis
return for another glitzy romp through New
York City’s high-life living and it’s going to be
bigger and better than ever.
Thur – Wed 11.30am, 2.30pm, 6pm, 8.45pm

Soul Kitchen (MA15+)
“Life is what happens to you while you are
busy making other plans” is the basis for the
new comedy from award-winning Turkish-
German filmmaker Fatih Akin (The Edge of
Heaven, Head On).
Thurs & Tue/Wed 12pm, 8.30pm
Fri 12pm, 6.30pm
Sat 12pm, 8pm
Sun 10am, 8.30pm
Mon 12pm, 8.40pm
Food, Inc. (PG)
In the Oscar nominated new documentary,
filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on the
U.S. food industry – an industry that has often
put profit ahead of consumer health, the
livelihood of farmers, the safety of workers
and our own environment.
Thurs & Tues/Wed 10am, 2pm, 6.30pm
Fri & Mon 10am, 2pm
Sat 10am, 2pm, 6.10pm
Sun 2pm, 6.30pm

CINEMATHEQUE MONDAY
LON CHANEY:
THE MAN OF A THOUSAND FACES
THE UNHOLY THREE
Monday, 7th June
6.30pm
(US/1925/85mins/B&W/16mm/NFSA)
Dir: Tod Browning
Convincingly disguised as a little old lady,
Echo and his two carnival cohorts perform a
series of Park Avenue robberies. Echo’s
sweetheart Rosie (played by Mae Busch)
plays along with the Unholy Three but
changes her mind when their latest burglary,
which ended in murder, threatens to send an
innocent man (who is also Rosie’s Lover) to
the electric chair.

The Stoning of Soraya M
(MA15+)
Academy Award-nominee Shohreh
Aghdashloo (The House of Sand and
Fog) and Jim Caviezel star in this vital
and enlightening story of one woman’s
persecution at the hands of religious
extremists.
Thurs- Wed 4pm

The late-night cult phenomenon is back!
The Room (M)
A successful banker, Johnny (Tommy
Wiseau), is madly in love with his fiancée,
Lisa, and plans to be married next month.
His plans take a horrid turn when he finds
the truth about Lisa and the people
surrounding him. The Citizen Kane of bad
movies! Laugh. Cry. Throw spoons.
Saturday night at 10pm
COOMING SOON TO CHAUVEL
Lou (M) – Starring John Hurt and
Emily Barclay
Season commences June 17th
The Most Dangerous Man In
America (PG) The riveting story of
Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers
that led to Nixon’s resignation and the end
of the Vietnam War.
Season Commences June 24th
The Horseman (R18+)
An action-packed, awarding winning
Australian thriller.
Season Commences July 8th

STRANGE PLACES
Apocalypse Now (R18+)4th June
Fri 8.30pm
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola (The
Godfather) Apocalypse Now (loosely based
on Joseph Conrad’s Heart Of Darkness) is
the definitive war-as-hell statement, a
frenzied, free-based ode to the anguished
soldier and the need-to-numb that crests
over him in the face of war. Coppola’s
subjective use of technology (integrating
operatic image and sound) evokes war as a
psychedelic fugue state: timeless, horrifying,
and affecting us all.
JAWS (PG) 11th June- Please note,
Jaws will commence at 9.30pm
“Violent, nasty, crude. There was nothing in
the picture that was personal to me. I made
each cut with glee, knowing what effect it
would have on the audience.”
-Steven Spielberg

KIDS (R18+) 18th June
Larry Clark’s 1995 cult classic has been
deemed controversial due to its explicit
depiction of teenage sexuality.
BLOW-UP (M) 25th June
Michelangelo Antonioni’s Palm d’Or winner
Blow-up is the story of a disillusioned
fashion photographer in ’60s mod London.

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (G)
2nd July
Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 masterpiece:
An operatic experience that takes the
audience from the dawn of man to Jupiter
and beyond.
BADLANDS (M) 9th July
“Malick’s 1973 first feature is a film so rich
in ideas it hardly knows where to turn”
-Dave Kehr

AUSTRALIAN SCREEN EDITORS
Present
Oscar nominated Miracle Fish
and a discussion with
Director/Writer/Editor Luke Doolan
Miracle Fish is a gripping, visually powerful
and masterfully crafted short film, which
sees 8 year old Joe having a birthday he’ll
never forget.
Sun 12.00pm
(Free for ASE members/$5 non members
For tickets and more info please email:
events@screeneditors.com)

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