Australian Film Focus at Classic Cinemas

AUSTRALIAN FILM FOCUS AT CLASSIC CINEMAS

Classic Cinemas loves showcasing the films of talented Australian filmmakers. Classic's unique Australian film focus aims to support our highly creative screen industry and offer broader exposure for emerging filmmakers to promote their films in the competitive film market place.

We’re both thrilled and honoured to be screening these films – each one is well worth catching on the silver screen.  

Book now and support Aussie film at your favourite independent cinema!

All for One

  • Director
  • Dan Jones & Marcus Cobbledick
  • Synopsis
  • ALL FOR ONE follows the first five years of the GreenEDGE cycling journey. United by their renegade spirit and a determination to win against substantial odds, these riders take on the international circuit. The film offers unique insights into the first five years of their journey, bearing witness to the ethos of the team as embodied by all – from the strongest to most embattled members. Out of a culture that embraces a deeply human approach to sport, unlikely champions are born, and seemingly improbable team and personal goals are achieved.
  • Classification
  • Not yet rated, 100 mins
  • Genre
  • Documentary
  • Running Time
  • 100 minutes

Ali's Wedding

  • Cast
  • Don Hany, Osamah Sami, Robert Rabiah, Helana Sawires
  • Director
  • Jeffrey Walker
  • Synopsis
  • After a reckless lie sets off a catastrophic chain of events, Ali, the son of a Muslim cleric, finds himself caught between his sense of duty to his family and following his heart. An irreverent and warm-hearted comedy, ALI’S WEDDING is an affectionate and entertaining story of love and duty.
  • Classification
  • Not yet rated
  • Genre
  • Comedy, Drama, Romance

Mountain

  • Cast
  • Willem Dafoe (narrator)
  • Director
  • Jennifer Peedom
  • Synopsis
  • A unique cinematic and musical collaboration between the Australian Chamber Orchestra and BAFTA-nominated director Jennifer Peedom, MOUNTAIN is a dazzling exploration of our obsession with mountains. Only three centuries ago, climbing a mountain would have been considered close to lunacy. The idea scarcely existed that wild landscapes might hold any sort of attraction. Peaks were places of peril, not beauty. Why, then, are we now drawn to mountains in our millions? MOUNTAIN shows us the spellbinding force of high places – and their ongoing power to shape our lives and our dreams.
  • Classification
  • Not yet rated, 74 mins
  • Genre
  • Documentary
  • Running Time
  • 74 minutes

 

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