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Relaxed COVID restrictions could have come sooner for some

The ACT’s further relaxing of COVID restrictions from 9am today have received a mixed response from the cinema and theatre sectors.

Spring nights at the drive-in coming soon

Kicking yourself you didn’t go to a drive-in movie when they were popping up around town during COVID lockdown? Well, don’t fear because Mov’in Car is back for Canberra this spring.

Now showing: The Current War (M)

Luke McWilliams gives his review of the 2017 historical drama film, The Current War, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon.

WIN! ‘The Burnt Orange Heresy’ film passes

Thanks to our friends at Dendy Canberra, Canberra Weekly is giving away 5 x double passes to see 'The Burnt Orange Heresy' (MA15+) releasing 23 July at Dendy.

WIN! ‘Litigante’ film passes

The Colombian Spanish language film Litigante (M) by acclaimed director Franco Lolli, will screen in cinemas across Australia from Thursday 30 July.

Canberra’s pop-up drive-in movie season extended

The popular pop-up drive-in cinema at the Questacon carpark has extended its season for an additional week, to 29 July.

Canberra’s retro drive-in cinema a raging success

Rain didn’t keep Canberrans away from the launch of Park-In Pictures drive-in cinema last weekend, with another weekend of sold-out movie screenings ahead.

Retro revival: The return of the drive-in cinema

The drive-in movie experience will be available in Canberra this weekend, for the first time in decades, as Park-In Pictures make its debut at Majura Park.

Capitol Theatre Manuka won’t reopen post-COVID

While COVID-19 restrictions are starting to ease, we’ve learned that one Inner South icon won’t be reopening post-pandemic: Capitol Theatre Manuka.

Local cinema relic dusted off

Later this month, a little known, curious piece of Canberra’s cinematic history will be screened for the first time in decades. Shot locally...