James Mason and Judy Garland in ‘A Star is Born’ (1954)
A Star Is Born (1954) Roadshow Classics

ACMI and the Victorian Seniors Festival present

2022 Seniors Film Festival


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The festival returns to ACMI Cinemas with a 3-day program of delightful classic and contemporary films.

See classic Hollywood musical A Star is Born (1954) on the big screen to celebrate Judy Garland’s centenary year; workplace screwball comedy 9 to 5 from 1980; a new documentary portrait of Queen Elizabeth II; and a special presentation of Australian silent era classic The Sentimental Bloke (1919) with a live score by Jen Anderson performed live by Jen Anderson and The Larrikins.

ACMI's Seniors Film Festival is proudly supported by the Victorian Seniors Festival.


2–4 Oct 2022

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