Welcome to the Armidale Film Club

The Armidale Film Club at the Belgrave Cinema provides the Armidale community with first class, limited release films (in addition to the Masterpiece program, the Paris Ballet & Operas, Art on Screen and of course the yearly Armidale International Film Festival) - subscribe now to guarantee an exciting cinema experience every month for a year.
Some of our past films we have had the pleasure to feature for the Armidale Film Club have been, Isle of Dogs, Searching, and I Am Not Your Negro.

A subscription to the film club ($90/year) will give you access to the monthly screenings of AFC films - choose between a Monday or a Wednesday night (after 5.30 pm, exact times may vary for each film / day) - you can pick up tickets for your preferred screening up to a week in advance from the cinema or turn up on the night (though no seat can be guaranteed without pre-booking the night).

Working Woman

  • Screening
  • Wed 23 Oct 7:00 PM
    Mon 28 Oct 5:30 PM
  • Cast
  • Liron Ben-Shlush, Menashe Noy, Oshri Cohen
  • Director
  • Michal Aviad
  • Classification
  • MA15+, 94 mins
  • Genre
  • Drama
  • Synopsis
  • With her husband's restaurant business in jeopardy, a mother of three gets a job as assistant to a powerful realtor and must fight back against his sexual harassment.

Clair Darling

  • Screening
  • Wed 20 Nov 7:00 PM
    Mon 25 Nov 5:30 PM
  • Cast
  • Catherine Deneuve, Chiara Mastroianni, Alice Taglioni
  • Director
  • Julie Bertuccelli
  • Classification
  • M, 93 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Mature themes
  • Genre
  • Drama
  • Synopsis
  • On the first day of summer, reclusive millionaire Claire (Catherine Deneuve) lays all of her worldly objects out on the front lawn of her mansion, impulsively determined to sell everything. As a horde of curious bystanders and opportunistic neighbours fight over the ridiculously underpriced antiques, each object stirs vivid memories for Claire of her flamboyant life. But soon, her long-estranged daughter Marie (Chiara Mastroianni) arrives, determined to stop these proceedings by any means…

    Emotional, subtle and elegantly directed, CLAIRE DARLING is a deeply personal film for Bertuccelli, filmed in the estate of her own grandmother, and Deneuve is remarkable as always as the larger-than-life heiress, playing opposite her real-life daughter. This is a poignant story of emotional attachment, mis-remembered pasts, and the complexity of mother/daughter relationships. The ending may surprise you, and packs an emotional punch.

 

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