Cate Blanchett delivers a ferocious, career-best performance in this acclaimed, award-winning portrait of an intimidating lesbian maestro.
Screening on February 19th at 8:30 PM. Tickets for this session are on sale through OpenAir on December 12th, view more information by clicking here.
Lydia Tár is a prominent figure in the upper echelons of the classical music sphere and the first woman chief conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic. Surrounded with devoted confidants, including wife and first-chair violinist Sharon (Nina Hoss) and doting personal assistant Francesca (Noémie Merlant; Portrait of a Lady on Fire, QSFF19), she’s safely ensconced in a bubble of her own making. But when murmurs of impropriety with a former protégé begin to surface, will her power and influence in this carefully curated world finally be called into question? Infused with a darkly comic streak, TÁR will leave you talking (and questioning) well after the credits have rolled.
Don’t miss your chance to see this surprising and timely film with a largely queer audience, against the backdrop of the stunning Sydney Harbour.
Content warning: contains suicide themes
“From its very first moments, TÁR announces itself as an event. It’s not just another movie—it’s an immersive visual and aural experience.”
— The A.V. Club
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*Please note that Flexi Pass, are not valid on this session. Members and Pink or Purple Pass holders will be contacted shortly with information to redeem their benefits