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Film

Australian Classic Movies 'The Castle'

03 5726 1358

7 Oct 2017

The Australian Classic Movies are shown in the historic Star Theatre in Chiltern. The Chiltern Theatre was built in 1866, attached to the Star Hotel. It became the Star Theatre from 1902 until 1964, serving as the town's only cinema. Since 1996, it has re-opened as a live theatre with 16mm film shows.

“The Castle” M 1997

One of Australia’s favourite films celebrates 20 years since its cinema debut .
Stars Michael Caton, Anne Tenney, Eric Banna, Sophie Lee, Stephen Curry, “Bud” Tingwell, Bryan Dawe, Costas Kilias, Robyn Nevin

It tells the story of a working-class Australian family who live adjacent to Melbourne's busy airport. The family is a close-knit group who love and support each other.

The plot centres on the family's desire to keep their home despite the compulsory acquisition order placed on it by the local authority.

Winner of the 'Best Original Screenplay' (AFI Awards) and 'Australian Movie of the Year' (Australian Movie Convention), ‘The Castle’ is a gently satirical film which has delighted audiences with its Australian humour.

Bookings essential by Thursday evening for catering purposes.

Content: Rutherglen Wine Experience & Visitor Information Centre

Price & booking

Cost

Type Entry cost
Adult
$30 includes barbecue dinner or $15 for film only. Children half price. Bookings essential by Thursday Evening for catering purposes.
$15.00 - $30.00

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Facilities:
  • Car park
  • Public toilet