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Music, Monsters and Made-to-Measure. Winter Cinema All Stitched Up!

Just can’t wait for BIFF 2019 and longing for a winter film-fix? It’s time to cosy-up with some live music, intriguing films and enlightening conversation at the Australian Cinémathèque at GOMA. Join us and delve into an extraordinary reimagined world of Der Golem (The Golem), and embark on a giddy journey of comic horror with Peter Strickland’s In Fabric.
Kinokonzert: Lucrecia Dalt & Der Golem
3.00pm 16 June 2019 – Australian Tour
Tickets $20 | Member $15*

Presented in partnership with the Goethe-Institut, the Australian Cinémathèque presents the new 4K digital restoration of the German silent film Der Golem (The Golem) 1920 with a dynamic original live score by Berlin-based electronic musician and sound artist Lucrecia Dalt during her Australian tour. Don’t miss this electrifying new interpretation of one of Germany’s most celebrated early films.


Peter Strickland: In Conversation + Film
3.30pm 27 July 2019
Tickets $20 | Member $15*

‘Hypnotic and wondrous, Equal parts Lynch and Argento’ Indie wire, Eric Kohn.

Both comic and horror, Strickland’s giddy In Fabric picks at the spectacle of fashion and the fantasy of consumerism, as if they were the rituals of a witchy cabal.

Fresh from the Toronto International Film Festival, Peter Strickland returns with a full-tilt descent into madness in a tale of two worlds nestle amidst one another: the intoxicating antiquarian realm of Dentley & Sopers Trusted Department Store, and the everyday of period London. Travelling between them is a haunted red dress, passing from customer to customer, with devastating results.

Join us for an intimate conversation with British filmmaker Peter Strickland as he discusses his latest film and the genre films from the 1970s that inspire his craft. Ticket includes entry to the Sat 27 July screening of In Fabric and the In Conversation event.



Images above:
Production still from In Fabric 2018 / Director: Peter Strickland / Image courtesy Bankside Films.
Electronic musician and sound artist Lucrecia Dalt / Photograph Udo Siegfried / Image courtesy: Goethe Institut.
Director Peter Strickland.