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In Bob We Trust, Railway Man, Walter Mitty + classics

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    We are very pleased to present a southside screening of this terrific documentary on Father Bob Maguire that will be introduced by Father Bob himself with all proceeds going to the The Father Bob Maguire Foundation.
”A fascinating insight into the idiosyncratic Catholic priest Father Bob Maguire whose take on religion is as entertaining as it is unconventional". Margaret Pomeranz, At The Movies.
The film will be preceded by a short film from 1982 illustrating the plight of a group of St Kilda street kids. It's a fascinating document and shows how little has changed for our marginalised young people.

    Tickets $15 / $12 here, but selling fast.


    Eric Lomax was one of thousands of Allied prisoners of war forced to work on the construction of the Thai/Burma railway during WW2.
    Based on Eric Lomax’s best-selling memoir, The Railway Man is an extraordinary and inspiring true story of heroism, humanity and the redeeming power of love.

    Screening Friday - Tuesday,
    follow this link for times & tickets

    A companion piece to The Railway Man and screening on 35mm, The Bridge Over The River Kwai opens in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp in Burma in 1943, where a battle of wills rages between camp commander Colonel Saito (Sessue Hayakawa) and newly arrived British colonel Nicholson (Alec Guinness). Filmed in Ceylon, it won seven Academy Awards.
    Tickets avail here.

    With the 70′s behind him, San Diego’s top rated newsman, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell), returns to the news desk in this hilarious satire.
    Screening Saturday 5pm & 9.30pm and Tuesday 5pm. (the 40 degree day!)
    Tickets $15/$12 avail here.

    Ben Stiller directs and stars in James Thurber’s classic story of a day-dreamer who escapes his anonymous life by disappearing into a world of fantasies filled with heroism, romance and action.
    Friday 9.15pm, Sunday 6.30pm & Monday 7.15pm. Tickets here.

    Eric Bana’s performance as the charming but twisted Chopper is the highlight of this disturbing portrait about the late underworld figure from Collingwood. Neville Bartos (Vince Colosimo) plays an equally standout role who assures Chopper that “there’s no cash here. Here…there’s no cash.”

    As part of our Aust Day classics on 35mm. Tickets avail here.

    Breaker Morant is one of the most acclaimed Australian films, telling a powerful tale of wartime betrayal and injustice. Based on a play by Kenneth Ross, Bruce Beresford’s film is powerfully filmed and acted and has become a classic anti-war movie since its 1980 release.

    Also part of our Aust Classics on 35mm. Tickets avail here.

    It's been a tough week in St Kilda. First the locals lose the Stokehouse and now they look set to lose their cinema as we have been unable to secure a new lease from the new owners, who are (ironically called) developers. So, it's with a heavy heart to let you know that next weekend is our last.
    There was a risk that this might happen but we really thought we could get a stay of at least another 12 months.
    In any case, we have not held back with our programming and plan to go out on a high.
    We are open every day from now until we close and we've got loads of terrific films on.
    This weekend's fare are featured above and next week, a series of short films raising money for The Sea Shepherd, a very special and final Red Hot Shorts (short film showcase & a free event), Philomena, Frozen, Withnail & I, 100 Years of Charlie Chaplin with live band and, our very last film Peter Sellar's 1968 ripper, The Party.
    A weekend celebrating cinema really, both new & old. Digital & film.
    We can't thank you all enough for your support and encouragement to get this project off the ground and for coming along to help us build our momentum, which peaked last weekend with our busiest since we opened.
    So we've got 15 films over the next 10 days, come and enjoy what we've got whilst we still have it.
    Gus, Lou & George x
    The George Revival Cinema
    135 Fitzroy St
    St Kilda VIC 3182
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