Film Matinee: Innocence (2000)
Date & Time
Join us to watch this multi-award winning romantic drama with an introduction by SMSA member, Peter Rainey. Free event – all welcome.
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Image credits: Samuel Goldwyn Films and Fireworks Entertainment, Innocence, 2000
Directed by Paul Cox
Romance / Drama | English | 94 mins | M
Starring Charles “Bud” Tingwell, Julia Blake, Terry Norris, Kristine Van Pellicom, Kenny Aernouts and Marta Dusseldorp
Widowed musician Andreas (Bud Tingwell) decides to get back in touch with his one great love, Claire (Julia Blake), who is still married to her first husband, John (Terry Norris). Andreas and Claire soon embark on an affair as reckless and intense as when they were young lovers. However, this time around, there are more complications, including the impact their relationship might have on their families.
The screening will include an introduction by SMSA member, Peter Rainey.
Winner of Best Film and the People’s Choice Award at the 2000 Montreal World Film Festival; and 5 AFI (Australian Film Institute) awards including Best Film, Independent Filmmaker of the Year for Paul Cox, and Best Actress for Julia Blake.
The film will be introduced and given context by Peter Rainey, an SMSA member and cinema enthusiast, who returns to an earlier passion for films as a Program Director for a Queensland Cinema Group, now that he has retired after 40 years in the education profession.
This event will be held in person at our newly renovated Henry Carmichael Theatre (formerly known as the Mitchell Theatre), Level 1, 280 Pitt Street Sydney.
Registration to attend this event is essential due to limited capacity (as per COVID-19 safety regulations).
Should NSW Health rules change in relation to reduced venue capacity, we reserve the right to cancel your registration and will contact you if this is the case.