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IN CINEMAS NOW!

Alice Rohrwacher's magical fable of lost love.
★★★★★ "Utterly captivating." - Peter Bradshaw, THE GUARDIAN

IN CINEMAS THURSDAY!

Maïwenn's spectacular, 18th Century Versailles drama.
★★★★★ "Magnificent." - Catherine Balle, LE PARISIEN

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IN CINEMAS THURSDAY!

The spectacular new historical drama from writer/director Maïwenn, JEANNE DU BARRY is freely inspired by the life of the titular rags-to-riches social climber, a working-class woman who became the mistress of King Louis XV, played with taciturn command by Johnny Depp in his first French-language speaking role. Australian Premiere Season commences 18 April.

ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALE

Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 GERMAN FILM FESTIVAL, touring nationally 7 May-5 Jun. Headlining the stellar line-up are two moving new films screening direct from the Berlinale: Opening Night Selection From Hilde, With Loveis a compelling WWII-resistance drama starring Liv Lisa Fries. The film's award-winning director Andreas Dresen in Australia to present Q&A screenings in Sydney (9/5), Melbourne (11/5) & Brisbane (18/5). Festival Centrepiece Foreign Language is Claire Burger's dynamic cross-cultural friendship drama about two 17-year-old schoolgirls — one French, one German – grappling with how to understand themselves and others. Bis bald im Kino 🇩🇪

COMING TO CINEMAS 16 MAY

The #1 draw at the 2023 French box office, Martin Bourboulon’s magnificent reimagining of Alexandre Dumas’ classic adventure The Three Musketeers is the first French-made big-screen adaptation in over 30 years. The first instalment THE THREE MUSKETEERS: D'ARTAGNAN (M) follows a spirited young swordsman (François Civil) on his journey to join the King’s elite Musketeers of the Guard, leading him into the path of the mysterious Milady de Winter (Eva Green) and the heart of a conspiracy where the future of the nation itself is at stake…

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