Friday, 20 October 2017

I'll be guest panellist at Melbourne AUDREY ROSE screening in November...

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PRESENT

Audrey Rose (1977)

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Cinemaniacs invite you on November 11th, 8:00pm to Audrey Rose (1977) at The Backlot Studios in Southbank.

Directed by legendary director Robert Wise (THE BODY SNATCHER, THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL, WEST SIDE STORY, THE HAUNTING, THE SOUND OF MUSIC et al) who quite honestly, only ever made superb films.

*** This is the LAST screening of the year from our Hauntings and Possessions theme - tickets are already selling extremely fast so get in quick to secure yours!! ***   

Introduced by film historian/scholar Dean Brandum.

With a special exclusive video interview with star Marsha Mason.

Also, a panel discussing eviltroubled children in movies - with panellists Michelle Alexander, Craig Martin and Eloise Ross. Hosted by Cinemaniacs board member Therese

 
*** LIMITED FREE car parking at the venue ***

There's a Cafe and bar on site, serving all types of alcohol and snacks too!!

Saturday 11th of November, 2017 from 7:45pm for an 8:00pm start at The Backlot Studios, 65 Haig Street, Southbankhttp://www.thebacklotstudios.com/


Tickets: $15 Full/ Adult
            $12 Concession
            $20 At the door




Tickets available from Cinemaniacs website!!!!:

https://www.cinemaniacs.net/

This event features the following:

An introduction by film scholar Dean Brandum who will be talking about the film and director Robert Wise.
A special exclusive video interview with star Marsha Mason.
A specialist panel on les enfante terribles in cinema featuring film scholars Eloise Ross (Melbourne Cinematheque), Craig Martin (scholar on evil children in film) and Michelle Alexander (Chelle's Inferno et al), hosted by Cinemaniacs board member Therese.



LOST GIRLS: THE PHANTASMAGORICAL CINEMA OF JEAN ROLLIN - a sneak preview!


Received my contributor’s copy of LOST GIRLS: THE PHANTASMAGORICAL CINEMA OF JEAN ROLLIN, the first publication about Jean Rollin and his filmography written entirely by all women critics, scholars and film historians. Beautifully presented with literally hundreds of colour stills, I’m honoured to be featured alongside some of the world’s best genre writers, including Heather Drain, Kat Ellinger, Samm Deighan and Alexandra Heller-Nicholas. Also...this is my debut of having an essay published in a book : )