Smokescreen brings iconic and influential films from the history of cinema to life for the next generation of movie buffs. The 2018 series explores genre defining classics that span the history of cinema. It is presented in association with Orana Arts. 


On a hot day in New York, three men set out to rob a bank. It's supposed to take ten minutes, but things start going wrong from the beginning when one of them bails at the last minute. Four hours later, the bank is surrounded by police, a media circus, and crowds of spectators. Dog Day Afternoon was based on a true story, and like Lumet’s other great masterpiece, 12 Angry Men, was filmed majorly in a single location riding on the strength of its two sensational lead performances. Much more than a robbery gone wrong story, the film captures the social upheaval of 1970s America and helps to create a new hero out of the disenfranchised.

Contact

Western Plains Cultural Centre
Phone
02 6801 4444
Email
contact@westernplainsculturalcentre.org

Details

Date
31-Mar-2018
Time
Start Time
4pm
Finish Time
6.15pm
Cost
Single film tickets $10 | FOWPCC members $8 | Season pass $80 | FOWPCC members $70

Address

Venue
Drama Room | Western Plains Cultural Centre
Location
76 Wingewarra Street, Dubbo

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