Aaron Spelling holding a remote control in front of a TV set
Aaron Spelling holding a remote control in front of a TV set
American film producer Aaron Spelling

Cinemaniacs presents

Spellbound: the works of Aaron Spelling

Talk

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Following the latest advice from the Victorian Government ACMI remains temporarily closed. Unfortunately, the Fri 30 Jul session for Spellbound: the works of Aaron Spelling has been cancelled.

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Critics Hande Noyan, Craig Martin, Michelle Smith and Lee Gambin take a look at the varied works of maverick producer Aaron Spelling.

Detailing his more than often unsung achievements in dramatic filmic work such as the harrowing Night Mother (1986) starring Sissy Spacek and Ann Bancroft right through to horror TV movies such as Satan's School For Girls (1973) and How Awful About Allan (1970), as well as his achievements in television with highly popular shows such as The Love Boat (1977–86) through to shows that deserve more of a spotlight like Hotel (1983–88).

When

Cancelled

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Tickets

Full

$25

Concession

$23

ACMI Member

$20

Duration

90 mins

Where

Cinema 2, Level 2
ACMI, Fed Square

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