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Special Events
  • Join us as we relive some classic moments in film history on the big screen with our Aussie Film Festival!

    Running from Saturday 16th to Wednesday 20th June, we'll be showcasing favourites Crocodile Dundee, Strictly Ballroom, and Muriel's Wedding, to the heart-warming Red Dog, and the poignant Shine.

     

    All tickets are just $10!

  • Our Seniors' Movie Mornings screen fortnightly on Wednesdays at 10:30am, outside of school holidays.  Admission is $10 for the ticket only or $12.50, which includes a ticket and a light lunch after the film. 

    Next screening, THE LEISURE SEEKER on Wednesday 4th July.

  • Sensory-Friendly sessions are for children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families or carers.

    These sessions have reduced sound levels, and auditorium lights are kept on low. People are also free to move around the auditorium and use of coping tools are accepted.

    These sessions have cheaper tickets, but are closed to the general public.

    If you have any questions, please call the cinema on (02) 6766 3707.

     

    The next sensory-friendly session is Incredibles 2 on Sunday 8th July at 10.00am.

     

  • Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (CTC)

    Wednesday 18th July 2018 at 8.15pm.

    Ticket only - $15
    Ticket and champagne - $20 (pre-purchase these from over the counter at the cinema | photographic I.D. may be requested upon serving of champagne)

    Tickets are on sale now - click here to purchase.

    Starring Meryl Streep, Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth

    Get ready to sing and dance, laugh and love all over again. Young Donna, Sam and Harry forge relationships in the past that resonate in the present.

  • Pix'N'Prams sessions are held on the first and third Monday of each month* and give parents and guardians a chance to bring their children under 5 along for free!**

    Tickets include morning tea after the session.

    Sound levels are turned down slightly for these screenings.

  • On the third Wednesday of every month (scheduling permitting), we screen a film with open captions for customers who are hard of hearing.
    Open captions are like subtitles displayed at the bottom of the screen, and are visible to everyone viewing the session.

    All tickets to these sessions are $12.50.

    All screenings are open to the public and everyone is most welcome to attend.

  • Every month (except January) a film is chosen by our members, and screened on Sunday evening and Wednesday, morning and evening.  Films are chosen on the basis of their cultural interest (eg. arthouse, foreign language), and variety. We bring films to the big screen that people would not get the chance see living in this area.

    All screenings are open to the public and everyone is most welcome to attend.

    Please click HERE to see a letter explaining recent changes to the structure of Tamworth Film Society screenings, and to access the membership application form.

     

  • The 2017-18 season of The Met: Live in HD will kick off October 29 with Norma. The series will continue with Die Zauberflöte (November 12), The Exterminating Angel (December 10), Tosca (February 11), L’Elisir d’Amore (March 4), La Bohème (April 8), Semiramide (April 29), Così fan tutte (May 27), Luisa Miller (June 17), and Cendrillon (July 15).

    The Met’s groundbreaking series launched in 2006 and quickly established the company as the world’s leading alternative cinema content provider. More than 21 million tickets have been sold since the series’ inception, and the series currently reaches more than 2,000 movie theaters in 71 countries around the world.

    “We’re replenishing our core repertoire with new productions of Così fan tutte, Norma, and Tosca, while stretching our horizons with The Exterminating Angel and Cendrillon,” said Peter Gelb, Met General Manager. “It’s a season of repertory favorites and stimulating rarities, with something for neophytes and aficionados alike.”

    Among the season’s revivals are some rarely performed stagings, including Verdi’s Luisa Miller, and Rossini's Semiramide, last performed at the Met in 1993.