• Tuesday 29 April 2014
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    The Lady from Shanghai: Welles is Speaking Sense

    ‘Orson Welles: A Retrospective‘ showcases one of the most influential and charismatic figures in North American cinema. An acclaimed filmmaker, actor, theatre director, screenwriter, and producer, Orson Welles worked extensively in radio, theatre,…

  • Wednesday 2 April 2014
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    Derek Jarman’s Cinema Of Small Gestures

    Opening this week is the landmark film program ‘The Last of England: Thatcherism and British Cinema’. The free program begins with a special 20th anniversary retrospective of films by the acclaimed artist and…

  • Tuesday 1 April 2014
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    Orson Welles: A Retrospective

    Opening this weekend, the Gallery’s Australian Cinématheque hosts a major film program of works by mercurial American film and broadcasting prodigy Orson Welles. ‘Orson Welles: A Retrospective’ is a ticketed program and screens at…

  • Tuesday 4 February 2014

    Fairytale transformations

    The Australian Cinematheque presents the free curated cinema program ‘Fairytales and Fables’ at the Gallery’s Australian Cinémathèque, GOMA until 30 March, and it’s not just for children. Coming soon is ‘Orson Welles: A Retrospective‘ from…

  • Tuesday 24 September 2013
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    …Properly Used, It’s Almost Invincible

    This Friday, as part of the Australian Cinémathèque’s ‘Action, Hong Kong Style’ program at GOMA, see a rare double feature of the two films that laid the foundation for one of the most original music groups…

  • Friday 20 September 2013
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    Action Hong Kong Style

    Hong Kong action cinema has undergone multiple revolutions and produced some of the world’s most famous stars and directors, including Bruce Lee, John Woo and Jackie Chan. Here, Sam Ho discusses the history…