Araluen Art House Cinema in March

Araluen’s Art House Cinema program brings both national and international art house films to the people of Alice Springs.

Film Screenings in March:

Alex and Eve
13th Mar 2016 7:00pm
(AUS) – Rated M
Alex and Eve is based on the hit stage play of the same name by Alex Lykos about a pair of star crossed lovers whose parents forbid them to marry. It has been seen by over 35,000 people since its Sydney premiere in 2006. Alex (Richard Brancatisano) is a handsome school teacher in his mid thirties and his parents want him to marry a good Greek girl. However, Alex falls hopelessly in love with the gorgeous Eve (Andrea Demetriades), a lawyer, whose parents are Lebanese Muslim. Like oil and water, the two should never mix, only how can they stop themselves from falling in love?
Running Time: 99 minutes

20th Mar 2016 7:00pm
(AUS) – Rated M
Bangarra Dance Theatre’s Spear re-imagined as feature film. Spear is a contemporary Aboriginal story, told through movement and dance, of a young man Djali as he journeys through his community to understand what it means to be a man with ancient traditions in a modern world. Spanning from the outback of Australia to the gritty city streets of Sydney, Spear is a poignant reflection of the continuing cultural connection of Indigenous people, Spear is an intimate journey with Stephen Page, one of Australia’s most celebrated artists, as he brings this modern day mythological story to the screen.
Running Time: 85 minutes

Alex and Eve
1320 March 2016
Araluen Arts Centre
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Reelpix Members – $12 full, $10 concession Non Members – $15 full, $12 concession, $12 Children