Film Matinee: Innocence (2000)

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Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Henry Carmichael Theatre

Level 1, 280 Pitt Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Innocence (2000)

Directed by Paul Cox

Romance / Drama | English | 94 mins | M

Starring Charles “Bud” Tingwell, Julia Blake, Terry Norris, Kristine Van Pellicom, Kenny Aernouts and Marta Dusseldorp

A tense and engaging depiction of a love triangle between a woman (Julia Blake) who slowly drifts out of her 20-year marriage to her husband (Terry Norris) when an old flame (Bud Tingwell) comes back into her life after more than forty years apart and again declares his love for her.

FREE EVENT - All welcome, registration essential

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This event will be held in person at the Henry Carmichael Theatre (formerly known as the Mitchell Theatre) at Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, Level 1, 280 Pitt Street Sydney.

Registration to attend this event is essential due to limited capacity (COVID-19 safety).

Should NSW Health rules change in relation to reduced venue capacity, we reserve the right to cancel your registration and will contact you if this is the case.

We are a COVID Safe organisation. In line with NSW Health orders, visitors to our Theatre will be required to register their details with the Service NSW COVID Safe QR code. Mask wearing is encouraged. Please observe social distancing guidelines.

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Learn more about us and see our upcoming events: smsa.org.au

Image credits: Samuel Goldwyn Films and Fireworks Entertainment, Innocence, 2000

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Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Henry Carmichael Theatre

Level 1, 280 Pitt Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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Organiser of Film Matinee: Innocence (2000)

Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts (SMSA)

Since 1833, the Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts has served Sydney's community, connecting its members with literature, science and the arts. It is the oldest operating School of Arts in Australia, constituted under its own Act of Parliament. Today, the School continues to operate the longest-running lending library in Australia and runs a robust public program of talks, seminars and screenings. It is the home of the Tom Keneally Centre and offers affordable venue hire in the Sydney CBD.

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