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November 25, 2016

Summer at the Mercury

From Fri 2 Dec, 10.45am

Take a trip around the world in seventeen films this summer, starting and ending in Australia and have a laugh along the way...

Pirouette the season off on Fri 2 Dec, 10.45am with the SA premiere of Ella - the heart-warming and fierce story of Ella Havelka, the first Indigenous dancer in the Australian Ballet. Join us for a snack and a drink to celebrate the program launch and the imminent silly season.

Other highlights include: Pedro Almodovar's Julieta, Mira Nair's Queen of Katwe, Palm d'Or winner I Daniel Blake, Verhoeven's Elle, La La Land starring Ryan Gosling [plus the return of our live stand-up comedy series Good Morning Comedy]. Round out the season with much anticipated Lion.

Films will screen on Friday morning at 10.45am as part of Seniors on Screen with a repeat screening on Sunday afternoon a week later at 4.30pm as part of our Sunday Sessions. Make it a summer ritual!

Tickets are just $7 for Seniors, $13 concession & $15 full. The Mercury is fully licenced and you can take your drinks into the cinema. What better way to relax during languid summer days?

SA premiere

Exclusive - two sessions only!
Sun 4 Dec, 4.30pm & Fri 16 Dec, 10.45am

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Nicole Kidman and Jason Bateman play siblings forced to deal with their artist parent's eccentric ways. Based on the novel by Kevin Wilson, this could possibly be a nice warm up for your own pending family Christmas gatherings. "funny, touching and vital" Rolling Stone. 


School holiday screening - all tix $10
Wed 21 Dec, 10.30am 

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Kick the school holidays off with this Dr Seuss classic story starring Jim Carrey. 

On the outskirts of Whoville, there lives a green, revenge-seeking Grinch (Jim Carrey) who plans on ruining the Christmas holiday for all of the citizens of the town. 

Group bookings welcome.

Port Film Coop presents....

Tonight!!! Fri 25 Nov, 7pm

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A work by one of Australia's most exciting filmmakers, RUIN is an impressionistic fable- the story of two young lovers inexplicably drawn together who escape a brutal and exploitative world of crime and violence in modern day Cambodia. Fleeing Phnom Penh after a murder, they travel deeper into the jungle. As their vulnerable love ebbs and flows along their journey, they wake from the trauma of their former lives and unleash a violent rage upon the world. 

Adelaide Cinémathèque
Christmas party

1 Dec, 6.30pm for 7pm screening

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You know we like to have fun at  Cinematheque, this is why we are wrapping up another great year of celebrating film history with Die Hard, specially selected for its Christmas appeal...

Buy your 2017 membership on or before 1 December and receive a 10% discount - applicable across all membership types! And don't forget, Cinematheque memberships make the perfect Christmas gift.

2016 Cinematheque members can bring a guest for free to the screening of Die Hard

Flinders Local Action Group Fundraiser: ONE NIGHT THE MOON

3 Dec, 7.30pm

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See Rachel Perkins' One Night The Moon on the big screen and help raise funds for the Conservation SA's campaign to protect our state from nuclear waste.

This is a fundraiser for the Flinders Local Action Group (FLAG) to raise funds and awareness for the campaign against the proposed radioactive waste dump on Adnyamantha Country in the Flinders ranges

**SA premiere**


WIN a free double pass to see Nicole Kidman and Jason Bateman play siblings in what Rolling Stone called a "funny, touching and vital" story. This may or may not help you enjoy your own family more this Christmas :-)

Simply click HERE and we'll draw the winners out of a hat. Winners will be 
notified by Thursday 1 Dec. Valid either session.