RETRO SUNDAYS: COSY AFTERNOON CLASSICS   

3623 RETRO SUNDAYS: COSY AFTERNOON CLASSICS
Windsor Cinema
We're making your Sundays even better with a selection of cosy afternoon RETRO CLASSIC  screenings to warm up your winter days. Tickets only $15!

NEW programme announced!

Aug 1:     James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause
Aug 8:     Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now –Final Cut
Aug 15:   Sergio Leone's The Good The Bad & The Ugly
Aug 22:    Charlie Chaplin's A Woman of Paris
Aug 29:    Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes 
Sept 5:     Charles Laughton's The Night of the Hunter
Sept 12:   Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger's The Life and Times of Colonel Blimp
Sept 19:   Charlie Chaplin's The Circus 

We'll further be evoking the good old days with wildly talented organists
alternating performing live before the film from 1 pm:

Juilliard School Masters graduate, ALESSANDRO PITTORINO,
WAAPA graduates, ANDREW BROWN and TARA JOHN

Hailed as "Australia's wunderkind organist" by ABC TV, Alessandro Pittorino is a Masters graduate of The Juilliard School in New York where he studied with Grammy Award-winning organist Paul Jacobs. Heralded by Germany’s BR-Klassik as an “Extraordinary young organist”, Pittorino has performed extensively throughout the USA and Australia, most notably at NYC’s Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, San Diego’s Spreckels Organ Pavilion, The Resonant Bodies Festival at Carriageworks in Sydney, The Melbourne Town Hall, and with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra. 

www.aussieorganist.com

Performing:
August 8 & 29, September 5

With a passion for music and flying, Andrew Brown has led a successful career as an organist and airline pilot.

As an organ scholar in high school, he later graduated from Edith Cowan University and majored in organ at WAAPA. Andrew has held positions in many churches around Perth including St Mary’s Cathedral and St Patrick’s Basilica. Andrew has also performed overseas in Germany, Asia and the USA. He has worked in music departments at several schools around Perth and toured with WA Opera on regional shows.

 

 

Performing:
August 22, September 12 & 19.

Tara John divides her time between entertaining her young daughter, teaching and performing.

A Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) graduate with a Bachelor of Music (Hons), you can see Tara perform with local outfits Joni in the Moon, Lucy Peach, and The Western Australian Badass Gospel Choir. She performs a variety of notated music accompanying choirs around town. She also likes to drink fine red wine, bad coffee, eats far more cheese than she should, stays up late, and loves to perform in costumes that match the music she is creating.

Performing:
July 25, August 1 & 15.

 

 

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RETRO SUNDAYS: REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE 112 mins

4363 RETRO SUNDAYS: REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE

A classic tale of teenage rebellion and angst. The movie featured James Dean in one of his final roles; he died one month before the release. As an actor who spoke for an entire generation, James ... More

Windsor Cinema: Sun 1 Aug
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RETRO SUNDAYS: APOCALYPSE NOW FINAL CUT 183 mins

4364 RETRO SUNDAYS: APOCALYPSE NOW FINAL CUT

Francis Ford Coppola’s visionary Vietnam War epic. The final cut. Restored from the original negative for the first time ever, APOCALYPSE NOW: FINAL CUT is Coppola’s most realized ... More

Screening: Sun 8 Aug
Windsor Cinema: Sun 8 Aug
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RETRO SUNDAYS: THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY 171 mins

4365 RETRO SUNDAYS: THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY

Director Sergio Leone's enduring influence of his spaghetti Westerns reinvented and breathed new life into the genre that was becoming stodgy and a hokey relic of another era. His iconic hugely ... More

Screening: Sun 15 Aug
Windsor Cinema: Sun 15 Aug
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RETRO SUNDAYS: A WOMAN IN PARIS (THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN COLLECTION) 84 mins

4366 RETRO SUNDAYS: A WOMAN IN PARIS (THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN COLLECTION)

Against the wishes of their tyrannical parents, Jean and Marie decide to elope to Paris. The sudden death of Jean’s father makes it impossible for him to meet her at the station, and Marie ... More

Screening: Sun 22 Aug
Windsor Cinema: Sun 22 Aug
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RETRO SUNDAYS: THE LADY VANISHES 97 mins

4367 RETRO SUNDAYS: THE LADY VANISHES

The Lady Vanishes, a British thriller film, released in 1938, was one of director Alfred Hitchcock’s early classics, noted for the taut suspense and dry humour that would largely define his ... More

Screening: Sun 29 Aug
Windsor Cinema: Sun 29 Aug
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RETRO SUNDAYS: THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER

4368 RETRO SUNDAYS: THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER

The Night of the Hunter is a 1955 American thriller film directed by Charles Laughton and starring Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, and Lillian Gish. Charles Laughton's compelling, frightening and ... More

Screening: Sun 5 Sep
Windsor Cinema: Sun 5 Sep
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RETRO SUNDAYS: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF COLONEL BLIMP 164 mins

4370 RETRO SUNDAYS: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF COLONEL BLIMP

The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp packs emotional depth and a touch of magic as it tells the story of two men's true friendship in wartime. Considered by many to be the finest British film ever ... More

Screening: Sun 12 Sep
Windsor Cinema: Sun 12 Sep
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RETRO SUNDAYS: THE CIRCUS (THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN COLLECTION) 72 mins

4369 RETRO SUNDAYS: THE CIRCUS (THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN COLLECTION)

The Little Tramp is hired by a circus and soon becomes the main attraction when his comedic blunders drive the crowd wild. Having fallen in love with the ringmaster’s daughter, he doesn’t ... More

Screening: Sun 19 Sep
Windsor Cinema: Sun 19 Sep
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