Barn Cinema starts March with a matinee showing of Mrs Harris Goes To Paris, an uplifting drama about a widow who spends a fortune on a Dior dress. The Costume Designer, Jenny Beavan, has been nominated for 11 Oscars since 1984, and this may be her 4th win. She is up against Catherine Martin, who has stunned in husband Baz Lurhmann’s films, most recently Elvis, which is showing in the evening. She has already won more Oscars than any other Australian.
Later in March comes Black Panther – Wakanda Forever, a Best-Picture nominated sequel from the Marvel Universe that surpasses the original. The costumes are inspired by African culture and Ruth Carter the costume designer has rightly been nominated for an Oscar too.
Empire of Light completes the film selection for March. Roger Deakins has been Oscar-nominated for Best Cinematography 15 times, first for The Shawshank Redemption and last year for Sam Mendes’s 1917. This romantic drama starring Olivia Colman set in an Art Deco independent cinema is a visual feast.
March 5th: Mrs Harris Goes to Paris (2pm) and Elvis (6pm)
March 26th: Black Panther – Wakanda Forever (2pm) and Empire of Light (6pm)
Coming soon: All Quiet on the Western Front, Avatar – The Way of Water, Puss in Boots – The Last Wish, Tár and The Fabelmans.
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