Celebrate the festive season with ACMI as we settle in to watch the Christmas favourite you voted for
We asked, you voted and the verdict is in: we're "eating junk and watching rubbish".
Just kidding, Home Alone is the 1990 holiday romp directed by Chris Columbus and written and produced by John Hughes that has become a much-watched and quoted Christmas classic. It's been 30 years since a cherub-cheeked Macauly Caulkin was left home alone for the first time by Moira Rose – sorry, Catherine O’Hara – sparking Kevin’s ongoing war with Harry and Marv.
Don't get left behind like Kevin, be sure to join our host, inimitable lover of pop-culture Maria Lewis, for this festive watch party.
Fri 18 Dec 2020
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About the host
Maria Lewis is the best-selling author of several globally published novels, including the Aurealis Award-winning The Witch Who Courted Death. A screenwriter working in film and television, she has been a journalist for over 16 years with her writing on film and pop culture appearing in publications such as The Guardian, New York Post, Empire Magazine, Sydney Morning Herald, Penthouse, Junkee, The Daily and Sunday Telegraph among others. She is a writer/editor at ACMI.