SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK   102 mins

  • SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK
  • SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK
  • SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK
  • SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK
  • SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK
  • SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK
  • SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK
  • SEBERG - MOVIES WITH MARK
Screening: Sun 26 Jan

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Sunday, 26 January
6:00PM 
Join film critic, Mark Naglazas for an advance screening of Australian theatre director Benedict Andrews' noir-ish thriller SEBERG.
Screening Sunday 26 January, 6pm at Luna Leederville, followed by a discussion with a special guest to be announced.
SEBERG DOUBLE FEATURE
Join us for a 4pm screening of BREATHLESS,
followed by the 6pm Movies with Mark screening of SEBERG!
Tickets are normal prices for each screening, with special discounted rates of $14 (Adult) and $12 (Conc/Priv Card) per film when purchased as a double - take the below links to purchase the double pass and use the supplied redemption code to book your tickets:
ADULT DOUBLE PASS | CONCESSION/PRIV CARD DOUBLE PASS
Please note a $1.50 surcharge applies to the pass when purchased online.

Actress. Activist. Adversary.

Seberg is inspired by real events about the French New Wave darling and Breathless star, Jean Seberg, who in the late 1960s was targeted by Hoover’s FBI, because of her political and romantic involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal.

In his second feature film, the renowned Australian theater director Benedict Andrews offers up a noir-ish thriller set amidst the late-1960s Hollywood that pulses with modern themes and political intrigue. It weaves together facts and historical incidents into a kind of speculative narrative based on real events in the life of actress Jean Seberg, when her involvement with the Black Power movement leaves her vulnerable to a smear campaign engineered by Hoover’s FBI.

A camera traps you, the true you—not a distorted reflection in a mirror, but a pure critical reproduction in a magnifying lens.
— Jean Seberg

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