Throughout his whole life and now after, Vincent Van Gogh has been a man of considerable intrigue. From the reclusive artist to the deeply tortured man, Van Gogh’s story is now being translated into film and is playing in only a select few countries, including here in Australia.

Two years in the making, “A new way of Seeing” provides an extraordinary biography of Van Gogh’s life made with unprecedented access to the treasures of Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum.

Featuring Downtown Abbey star Jamie de Courcey, the film marks the 125th anniversary of his death, and utilises accounts from Van Gogh’s letters, Art, and historical evidence to dispel many of the myths surrounding his life, such as his ‘madness’ and art practices.

Vincent Van Gogh A New Way of Seeing is playing from April 18 at these select cinemas nationally:  


Cinema Nova, Carlton
Palace Como, South Yarra
Palace Brighton Bay
Sorrento Athenaeum
Star Cinema Bendigo
Upper Yarra Arts Centre, Warburton


MONA – Museum of Old & New Art


Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas, Adelaide
Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre Mt Gambier (The Impressionists only)
Whyalla Cinema (The Impressionists only)
Northern Festival Centre, Port Pirie (The Impressionists only)
Chaffey Theatre, Renmark (The Impressionists only)


Luna Cinema Paradiso, Northbridge


Palace Electric, Canberra Dendy Canberra


Cremorne Orpheum
Dendy Opera Quays
Dendy Newtown
Palace Chauvel, Paddington Palace Norton Street, Leichhardt Riverside Theatres, Parramatta Event Cinemas Bondi Junction Event Cinemas Macquarie Event Cinemas Castle Hill
Event Cinemas Hornsby Cronulla Cinemas Greater Union Newcastle Palace Byron Bay
Avoca Beach Picture Theatre Narooma Cinema


Palace Centro, Brisbane Dendy Portside, Brisbane BCC Indooroopilly
BCC Toowoomba Strand Noosa 5 Cinemas
World Theatre Charters Towers (The Impressionists only)

Check out the Trailer for A new way of seeing here: