Jazz on Film

Cadillac Records
Cadillac Records

This film season looks at the work of two artists who found their muse in the music of jazz: Woody Allen and composer Terence Blanchard.

Screening alongside this season is the Australian premiere of Woody Allen: A Documentary.

Presented in conjunction with the Melbourne International Jazz Festival.

Sunday 3 June - Saturday 9 June 2012
Full $15 Concession $12 ACMI Members $11

25th Hour

The fall-out of 9/11 on the collective psyche is captured in this resonant, impressionistic film.

Cadillac Records

Chronicles a unique recording studio that broke through race barriers and delivered black music into the American mainstream.

Summer of Sam

Summer, New York, 1977, a heatwave, a blackout and the violent exploits of serial killer David Berkowitz ('Son of Sam').

Sweet and Lowdown

Woody Allen brings his usual comic verve to this love letter to jazz's swing era.

Bullets over Broadway

Woody Allen turns the golden age of jazz on its head, in this gangsters on Broadway farce.

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