Queer Screen’s Principal Venue Partner since 2014, Event Cinemas George St. is in the heart of the CBD. A short stroll from Town Hall Station, it is one of the most popular venues in the city for festivals and events.
The Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace brings a touch of Art Deco charm to Mardi Gras Film Festival. In operation since 1935, certain sessions still open with a performance on their Mighty Wurlitzer organ (from California)!
Originally constructed in 1940 and utilised as the home of Paramount Pictures in Sydney, the Golden Age Bar and Cinema as we know it today opened its doors in 2013 and has captured Sydney’s heart with its specially curated film selection, and David Lynch inspired bar.
Riverside plays a central role in the social and cultural life of Western Sydney. Located in the Parramatta Entertainment Precinct, cafes, restaurants and shopping are a short stroll from this première theatre venue in Western Sydney.
Mount Vic Flick is a much loved treasure of the Blue Mountains. Built in 1934, it served as a cinema until the late 1950’s. Reopened in 1986, Mount Vic Flicks screens mainstream and arthouse films, and serves delicious home-baked goods.
Located in the vibrant inner city hub of Canberra, the Capitol Theatre opened in 1927 and was Canberra’s first purpose-built cinema. Today Event Cinemas occupies the site, and shows a mix of mainstream and independent films.
BCC Cinemas Lismore is a historic landmark in the region. Located in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, Lismore has long had a strong alliance with the LGBT community, hosting the second biggest LGBT event in the Southern Hemisphere, the Tropical Fruits New Year’s Eve Festival.
Conveniently located in Kotara Westfields, Event Cinemas Kotara boats state of the art facilities and offers a sleek cafe for movie-goers to relax in comfort, gather together and grab a bite before the film.