Music documentaries, summer hits and new independent films will be the focus of this year’s Shadow Electric cinema program.
Programmed by Lauren Valmadre (Human Rights & Arts Film Festival), this season will be stacked with old favourites, new features and a huge Australian premiere of British mega band Blur‘s New World Towers on opening night.
This year shows a carefully curated mixture of films and bandroom gigs unrivalled by any other outdoor cinema in Australia.
Summer cinema highlights will be latest Bond flick Spectre, obscure black comedy The Lobster, the epic Mad Max: Fury Road, Straight Outta Compton and Scarlett Johansson’s eerie drama, Under the Skin.
Cult classics will feature The Big Lebowski, Dirty Dancing and The Breakfast Club, whilst music documentaries include Stop Making Sense, The Last Waltz and Eden.
In total, there will be 68 film screenings, 16+ bandroom shows and 4 large outdoor music events between 2nd January and 10th April, 2016.
For the full program details head to shadowelectric.com.au. All tickets go on sale now.