Wed, 15 Nov|
Noosa Italian Pass (save 20% on ticket price) All 4 great Italian Films
Caravaggio's Shadow Wed Nov 15 at 7pm/Strangeness Sun 26th Nov at 2.30pm /The Eight Mountains Wed 29th Nov at 7pm/The Last Night Of Amore Sun 3rd Dec at 2.30pm See About The Event below.
Time & Location
15 Nov 2023, 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Noosa Heads, 29 Sunshine Beach Rd, Noosa Heads QLD 4567, Australia
About the Event
See all 4 massive Italian Films from the national Italian Film Festival in Noosa for just $60. A tad over 20% Discount on the individual ticket price.
Noosa Cinemas charge us more for their rooms now so for a not-for-profit it's a great offering. You can choose Caloundra screenings too if that suits your diary better.
The Pass is your ticket to all 4 films. You won't be issued individual tickets so diarise your film dates and times.
Your name will be on the guest list at all 4 screenings.
Caravaggio's Shadow: Wed Nov 15 at 7pm. Massive historical drama with 3 of the biggest stars across Italian and French Cinema, the film is set in 1610 as the Vatican's secret service decides whether to grant Caravaggio clemency after being sentenced to death for murder. "Masterful" Australian Book Review
Strangeness: Sun 3rd Dec at 2.30pm. Italy’s biggest box office hit of 2022 and declared Film of the Year at the 2023 D’Argento Awards, this imaginative and irreverent comedy-drama, set in Sicily explores the inspiration behind one of modern Italian theatre’s greatest works. Features Italy's much loved comic duo Ficarra and Picone.
The Eight Mountains Wed 29th Nov at 7pm: OMG alert. The Eight Mountains is a beautiful story of childhood, friendship, love and self discovery set in the breath taking Italian Alps. It was the Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. "Beautiful" The Guardian. Our Christmas present to film lovers.
The Last Night Of Amore Sun 3rd Dec at 2.30pm A smash hit at the Italian box office in 2023, this taut, stylish crime thriller stars the excellent Pierfrancesco Favino as a police lieutenant who is drawn into a web of crime and corruption on the eve of his retirement. You won't guess the ending. "Grande Cinema" Hot Corn
Italian Pass$60.00+$1.50 service fee