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Showing movies where there’s no cinema

By JULIUS DENNIS "Creating high quality cinematic experiences in places that don't have cinemas, or are hundreds and hundreds of kilometres away from cinemas." That's...

Sweet Country shines at the Alice box office

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Local movie buffs flocked to the Travelling Film Festival as well, writes Paul Darvodelsky, owner of the Alice Springs Cinema.

Something's back and Somewhere's different

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After its sell-out inauguration last year,  the international film festival homegrown in Alice will be back in April. Kieran Finnane takes a look at the program.

Asylum seekers head line-up of human rights films



Never‐before-seen scenes in detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island.


Alice film festival joins global movement



There’s a strong film-loving audience in Alice Springs, making it an attractive destination for travelling film festivals. Now it’s going to get its own. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

Weekend of world movies at Alice Springs Cinemas




Another innovative move by the Alice Springs Cinemas builds on its commitment to enlivening Todd Street North and encouraging a richer film culture in town. They’ll host a movie festival over the coming weekend that gets away from the diet of mainstream new releases. There’ll be foreign films, documentary, art-house, action and comedy and a festival atmosphere with foyer and alfresco dining and wining.


Festival broadens ambitions of Alice Cinema

There wasn't  great deal of money for the Alice Springs Cinema in the Sydney Travelling Film Festival, but a fortune in good experiences, says owner Paul Darvodelsky. Through hosting the festival the cinema has become much more widely known to have a fare beyond "crashes and explosions" – and he's determined to build on that new reputation. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: A debrief in the Mall after one of the films.


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