LBCinema November

Sunday 17 November, 7pm
This month we are screening an episode of Foyle’s War. It’s May 1940 and the war news is grim. The Germans are rolling across Europe and invasion fears are affecting everyone. The arrest of a young girl on a sabotage charge brings Foyle into contact with a group of English Nazi sympathisers.
Entry to the screening is $10.

LBCinema – August

Sunday 25 August, 7pm
LBCinema is back!

Join us for this American-Israeli political drama film directed and written by Joseph Cedar. The film stars Richard Gere and Lior Ashkenazi Norman Oppenheimer’s life dramatically changes after the young politician he befriended three years before becomes Israeli Prime Minister.
Entry still $10.

LBCinema – Last Dance

Saturday 6 October, 7PM

Come along to the October LBCinema showing of Last Dance, an Australian hostage drama that uses the Israel-Palestine question, Islamist terrorism, the Holocaust and notions of personal cowardice and forgiveness as its dramatic fuel. The plot centres on an elderly Jewish lady held hostage in her Melbourne flat by an injured terrorist on the run after a deadly bombing of a synagogue. Entry $10.

LBCinema August

Saturday 19 August, 7:00PM

Based on a novel by Amos Oz, starring Alfred Molina and featuring Theodore Bikel, The Little Traitor is a coming of age tale of the unlikely bond between a soldier and a spirited Jewish boy set against the backdrop of the birth of the State of Israel.

Entry $10.

LBCinema – July

Saturday 15 July, 7pm (after Havdalah)

Join us to see The Farewell Party, an Israeli black comedy about a group of friends at a Jerusalem retirement home who decide to help their terminally ill friend, and who end up faced with a police investigation as well as a life and death dilemma. This film asks deep questions about how we want to die when the time comes – and questions why we can’t decide for ourselves!
Entry $10