in the Studio of The Old Museum
Film: To Catch A Thief (1955)
Sept 1, Doors 6.30pm, Films from 7.15pm
Cost: $19 adult. $14 concession/student
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Enjoy your picnic dinner and a byo wine at your table whilst thrilling to Alfred Hitchcock's 1955 superb romance suspense "To Catch A Thief". It's like a holiday in the south of France as Cary Grant playing a reformed cat burglar has to find an imposter after a series of cleverly executed robberies of rich tourists on the French Riviera. Enter Grace Kelly and the screen dynamics become electric! Presented on our huge cinema screen in eye popping Technicolor, high definition and beautiful original vintage cinema sound!!
A delicious Dessert supper will be available at interval.
Michael Brooks with the Italian “Fumeo” 16mm (1600 watt) pedestal projector and the Chinese portable 35mm (1000watt) projector (background).
We now also screen with a 2500 watt “Cinelabor” 16mm pedestal projector which provides a beautifully brilliant image.
This time of narrative sound films from the 1920s to the 1950s was a world of atmosphere, fantasy and glamour – an age of screen personalities that were idolised by millions. It was a period of a gargantuan volume of production in America and Britain, when cinema was one of the main entertainment mediums.
We aim to foster an appreciation of this era of filmmaking in a unique atmosphere that is relaxed and fun! Our presentations are of the highest possible standard utilising professional standard projection equipment.
Majority of our screening prints kindly supplied by the National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra.
Date & Time
Saturday 1 Sept
Film commences 7.15 pm
Doors to Studio 6.30pm
Box Office 6.30pm
2% credit card fee applied at check out