Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin
Rated G, 104 mins

The Predator

The Predator
Rated MA15+, 107 mins

Crazy Rich Asians

Crazy Rich Asians
Rated PG, 121 mins

Book Club

Book Club
Rated M, 104 mins

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Belgrave Cinema Sessions

Can Assist Fundraiser, tickets $25.   *Fundraiser session  Advanced Ticket On Sale Now!!!
Not yet rated, 135 mins

A country music star named Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) manages to discover an unknown talent in a young singer named Ally (Lady Gaga) just as his career is about to fade out. A professional relationship isn't just what the two share, though, as they begin to become romatically intertwined.

Rated M (Coarse language and sexual references), 104 mins
The lives of four lifelong friends (Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen) are turned upside down to hilarious ends when Vivian (Fonda) convinces the other three to tackle the infamous novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" as the selection of the month for their book club.

Rated G ( Very mild themes ), 104 mins
Christopher Robin is all grown up with a wife and daughter. No longer the young boy who enjoyed adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie-the-Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Roo, Kanga and the others.

Rated PG (Mild themes and coarse language), 121 mins
Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), an American-born Chinese economics professor who lives in New York, has been dating her boyfriend Nick Young (Henry Golding) for over a year when he invites her on a trip to his home country of Singapore to attend his friend Colin's wedding and meet his family.

Rated PG (Mild violence and coarse language), 89 mins
Retired spy Johnny English is teaching young children at a school when he's summoned by MI7. They need him back in action because the country is in chaos after the identities of British undercover agents are leaked. The British Prime Minister is...

Library Fundraiser session, 6.30pm Thursday. Tickets $20  *Fundraiser session
Rated PG (Mild coarse language), 108 mins

Set in the summer of 1959, when the impact of European migration and the rise of women’s liberation is about to change Australia forever, a shy schoolgirl takes a summer job at the prestigious Sydney department store, Goode’s.

Not yet rated
“Foolish indeed is he who marries in old age.” Thus ends Don Pasquale: with a wise dictum not lacking in irony that sums up the disappointments of its hero, a rich bachelor keen to marry who is deceived by his nephew Ernesto and his young bride-to-be Norina.

Rated PG (Mild supernatural themes and violence, some scary scenes ), 105 mins
When Lewis Barnavelt (Owen Vaccaro) is orphaned, he goes to live with his mysterious uncle, Jonathan Barnavelt (Jack Black). Lewis finds to his surprise that Jonathan is a warlock.

MA15+ Photo ID required!
Rated MA15+ (Strong violence), 107 mins

From the outer reaches of space to the backwoods of southern Georgia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black’s explosive reinvention of the Predator series.

September film club, Wed 26th. Non members $20.
Rated M (Coarse language and sexual reference), 100 mins

Behind any great man, there’s always a greater woman. Joan Castleman has spent forty years sacrificing her own talent, dreams and ambition to support her charismatic, philandering husband Joe and his brilliant literary career.

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CHEAP : Cheap Tuesday   EARLY : Early Bird   Film Club : Film Club   Fundraiser : Fundraiser Session   IDREQ : ID Required   M&B : Mums and Bubs   NFT : No Free Tickets   PPB : Partially Pre Booked  
The House with a Clock in its Walls

The House with a Clock in its Walls
Opening 20/09/2018
Rated PG (Mild supernatural themes and violence, some scary scenes ), 105 mins

Johnny English Strikes Again

Johnny English Strikes Again
Opening 20/09/2018
Rated PG (Mild violence and coarse language), 89 mins

Ladies in Black

Ladies in Black
Opening 20/09/2018
Rated PG (Mild coarse language), 108 mins

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
Opening 4/10/2018
Rated PG (Mild animated violence ), 88 mins

Smallfoot

Smallfoot
Opening 4/10/2018
Rated G (Very mild themes, animated violence and coarse language), 96 mins

First Man

First Man
Opening 11/10/2018
Rated M, 141 mins

Opera Australia: La Boheme

Opera Australia: La Boheme
Opening 14/10/2018
136 mins

Night School

Night School
Opening 18/10/2018
Rated M (Crude sexual humour and coarse language), 111 mins

A Star is Born

A Star is Born
Opening 18/10/2018
135 mins

ANTLive: The Wharf Review

ANTLive: The Wharf Review
Opening 20/10/2018
80 mins

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody
Opening 1/11/2018

Bad Times At The El Royale

Bad Times At The El Royale
Opening 1/11/2018

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Classification

FESTIVALS IN FILM

The Belgrave Twin Cinema has a long history of working together with local community groups and organisations to bring to Armidale a taste of the world through the wonder of film. A cinema festival is a great way to broaden your experiences of other cultures and societies that you may never before have had the chance to do.

A social event like no other, perfect for family and friends who can come together to enjoy the show, and perhaps new friends can be made in the process.

Below you can find information on the festivals currently slated to be held at the Belgrave. If there are any questions, please don't hesitate the relevant organisation hosting the festival - links in the descriptions - or contact us at the Belgrave, just click HERE.

 

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A date to mark on your calendar, first weekend of June. This is when the Armidale French Film Festival will kick off, hosted by the Alliance Francaise Armidale, and showcasing five unique French films. You do not have to speak French to appreciate the art we are screening, nor to appreciate the French themed food that will be on offer. 

We also encourage you to follow this link HERE to the Alliance Francaise website where you can keep up-to-date with all their events and activities.You can also keep your eyes posted to the this page or join our mailing list HERE to receive weekly updates of sessions and events. 

This years movies are in, and they look like a lot of fun.

            

Session Times (approx)

Friday 1st June 7:30pm - Back to Burgundy 
Saturday 2nd June 2:30pm - Aurora (I Got Life)
Saturday 2nd June 7:30pm - Two is Family
Sunday 3rd June 2:30pm - Return of the Hero 
Sunday 3rd June 7:30pm - Normandy Nude

Please note all films are rated M. 

Price: Single Tickets Adults $17.50 Concession $15.50 Children $13.50.

Season Ticket $70 Concession $60. No further child reductions.

ALL FILMS HAVE ENGLISH SUB-TITLES - French food and wine available

For a downloadable and fully printable movie guide for the French Film Festival, follow this link 

Friday 1st June

7:30 pm Back to Burgundy "Ce qui nous lie" DRAMA • 113 MINS • 2017 • M

Directed by: CÉDRIC KLAPISCH
Starring: Pio Marmaï, Ana Girardot, François Civil, Jean-Marc Roulot

In his latest work, screenwriter Cédric Klapisch (My Piece of the Pie, AF FFF2012; and best known for The Spanish Apartment, 2002) perfectly captures the transfixing beauty of seasonal change across one of France’s most famous winemaking regions.

With the death of his father looming, Jean (Pio Marmaï) returns from his Australian winery to his childhood 'domaine' in Burgundy after a 10-year absence. He takes over the family’s vineyard along with his siblings Juliette (Ana Girardot, A Perfect Man, AF FFF2016; and Dr. Knock in this year’s AF FFF) and Jérémie (François Civil, Bus Palladium, AF FFF2011). Over the course of a year, Jean, Juliette and Jérémie put aside their lingering resentments about the past as they seek to maintain their father’s legacy and defy expectations – financial, emotional and professional – of those around them.

A heart felt love letter to what could be argued are France’s greatest passions – 'cinéma et vin' – Back to Burgundyis a nuanced parable of sibling camaraderie and imploding familial tension but ultimately one that arrives at the inevitable conclusion that love is like wine... it needs time.

Saturday 2nd June

2:30 pm Aurora "Aurore" COMEDY • 89 MINS • 2017 • CTC

Directed by: BLANDINE LENOIR
Starring: Agnès Jaoui, Thibault de Montalembert, Philippe Rebbot, Pascale Arbillot

A hugely entertaining blend of humour, truthfulness and sensitivity, Blandine Lenoir’s warm-hearted romantic comedy Aurore centres on a middle-aged woman in the midst of major personal and professional life changes.

Fifty-year-old Aurore Tabort (the truly marvellous Agnès Jaoui), separated from her husband and newly unemployed, discovers she is to become a grandmother. She feels as if her own life has come to a standstill, and is slowly being pushed to the fringes of society. But after bumping into the great love of her youth, Totoche, (Thibault de Montalembert, Call My Agent, AF FFF2016) something changes... Aurore wonders if it might still be possible to embark on something new.

On screen from start to finish, actress and co-writer Jaoui (The Taste of Others, AF FFF2002, Look at Me, 2004) is the heart and soul of this witty, feel-great film. She brings a touching, truer-than-life poignancy to an endearing portrait of the resilience of womanhood, as an everyday heroine on the road to (re)discovery. You will cheer for Aurore.

7:30 pm Two is a Family "Demain tout commence" COMEDY, DRAMA • 118 MINS • 2016 • M

Directed by: HUGO GÉLIN
Starring: Omar Sy, Clémence Poésy, Antoine Bertrand, Gloria Colston

Hugo Gélin’s bona fide crowd-pleaser not only stormed France’s Christmas holiday season (achieving a phenomenal 3 million + admissions), it also charmed audiences internationally, becoming the most popular French-language film of 2017 worldwide.

Samuel (the irrepressible Omar Sy, The Intouchables) enjoys an A-list, hedonistic lifestyle on the sun-drenched beaches of the Côte d’Azur. Life is good, until the day former lover Kristin (Clémence Poésy) arrives out of nowhere and deposits the fruits of their tryst – an infant daughter, Gloria - in his care.

Incapable of looking after a baby, Samuel rushes to the UK in an attempt to return the child to her mother, without any luck. He decides to stay in London and, after finding work as a television stuntman, their relationship slowly begins to bloom. When Kristin eventually reappears, Gloria has grown into a bright and effervescent eight year old… and the inseparable father-daughter team finds their connections tested.

Filled with colour, humour and emotion and great performances, Two Is a Family is a lavishly-produced slice of entertainment that will leave you with a smile (and perhaps a few tears too).

Sunday 3rd June

2:30 pm Return of the Hero " Le retour du heros" HISTORIC, COMEDY • 91 MINS • 2018 • M

Directed by: LAURENT TIRARD
Starring: Jean Dujardin, Mélanie Laurent, Noémie Merlant, Féodor Atkine

The dashing and debonair Academy Award-winning actor from The Artist, Jean Dujardin, lights up the screen as a swashbuckling lothario-turned-faux-hero in a bawdy new comedy from writer-director Laurent Tirard (Little Nicholas,2009); the brand new “OSS at Napoleon's time”.

It is 1809 in France and the great seducer, Captain Neuville (Jean Dujardin, also in Möbius, AF FFF2015; Un Plus Une, AFFFF2016), comes to ask for the hand of the young Pauline (Noémie Merlant) in marriage. But Pauline’s sister, Elisabeth (Mélanie Laurent, Boomerang, AF FFF2016; director ofTomorrow AF FFF2017; and possibly best-known to English language audiences as Shosanna in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Bastards, 2009) proves impervious to Neuville’s charms.

When Neuville is called to the front and Pauline sits anxiously waiting for news, Elisabeth takes to the pen and, through her valiant prose, makes him a real hero of war when the reality is decidedly different. Then Neuville returns for his bride... Part Casanova, part Cyrano de Bergerac and many parts funny, The Return of the Hero comes together through the chemistry of its enigmatic leads, particularly Dujardin and Laurent, who are unimpeachable in their comic abilities.

7:30 pm Normandy Nude "Normandie nue" COMEDY, DRAMA • 107 MINS • 2018 • M

Directed by: PHILIPPE LE GUAY
Starring: François Cluzet, François-Xavier Demaison, Arthur Dupont, Grégory Gadebois

The eagerly-awaited new comedy from Philippe Le Guay, director of 2011 Festival favourite The Women on the 6th FloorNormandy Nude is a warm and wise tale of a proud farming community who must put their grievances aside in order to save their village.

The charming town of Mêle-sur-Sarthe, Normandy, is in crisis. Dairy and livestock prices have plummeted due to a flood of imports, and farmers are threatened with foreclosure. Mayor Georges Balbuzard (the irrepressible François Cluzet, beloved from The Intouchables and The Country Doctor AF FFF2017) does his best to fight and raise awareness of their plight, but the situation isn’t deemed newsworthy for national media.

Things seem hopeless... until the day famous American photographer Newman (Toby Jones) passes through the village, inadvertently discovering the perfect backdrop for his next shoot. Balbuzard sees a rare opportunity, and sets about convincing the townsfolk - the farmers, the butcher, the pharmacist, some 200 in all - to participate. The catch? They all have to pose naked!

Le Guay’s wonderful ensemble delivers a memorable portrait of community, resilience and 'fraternité'. Leave your inhibitions at home; you’re assured of returning with a smile.

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INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

 The preeminent event of the year, the International Film Festival outshines each previous year in the scope of films selected. Held over the first weekend of August, with the opening gala on the Friday night, the International Film Festival packs 13 films from a variety of countries into two days and a single night of intense, yet thought provoking cinema. 

2018 will see the 15th Armidale International Film Festival, and even as you read this, the dedicated and passionate members of the IFF committee are doing their utmost to bring together yet another wonderful and exquisite weekend of movies from across the globe. Last years festival was a sellout and this year we are hoping for the same kind of passion, as people from all over the New England, and New South Wales in general, made the trip to Armidale to be a part of such a wonderful event. 

Mark your calendars for August 3rd, 4th, and 5th. You won't want to miss the milestone that will be the 15th Armidale International Film Festival. 

Further information will be released to the public as movies are confirmed and we get closer to the big day, so keep checking in here or subscribe to the Belgrave's weekly newsletter, by clicking HERE, to be kept updated as information presents itself. 

THE IFF WILL ALSO PRESENT UPDATES AND INFORMATION HERE OR ON FACEBOOK @armidaleinternationalfilmfestival

 

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 MEMBERS AREA

The Belgrave Twin Cinema is proud to be running a FREE Loyalty Club program for the local community. Here we will be announcing events, promotions, and competitions that are either active or soon to be, for our members.

We have currently implemented a $12 ticket price for all movies when you become a member. This applies to all movies except the NT Live, Met Opera, Film Club and other special events, charities, and promotions. 

Recent member perks have been reduced ticket prices ($10!) for selected movies, and early bird notice for our midnight screening of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

If you aren't a member but would like to be, just clink this link or the link at the bottom to join. Remember, it's free. 

 

Current Loyalty Benefits

  • $12 Loyalty Club Member tickets (applicable to all movies except Film Club, NT Live, Met Opera, and other special events) 
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  • Earn points on all tickets, including Met, NT Live, Masterpieces, and Cheap Tuesdays

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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