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Israeli Film Festival – your chance to win a double pass

By 15 August 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

The Australia Israel Cultural Exchange (AICE) is teaming with Palace Cinemas to present the AICE Israeli Film Festival. The Festival comes to Canberra 19th-31st August, showing at Palace Electric Cinema in New Acton.
The festival includes a range of films from rollicking comedies to sensitive dramas, from riveting, political documentaries to hot-blooded romance. Now [...]

At Home for the Scandinavian Film Festival

By 11 July 2014

Last night, I went along to the Scandinavian Film Festival at Palace Electric to see Swedish Film, Home.  Starring Moa Gammel, Anita Wall, Simon J Berger and Erik Lundqvist and directed by Maximilian Hult, the film was billed as a Comedy/Drama.
For the entire 90 minutes, Home treads a fine tightrope between light comedy and slightly [...]

Mining the Truth Documentary at New Acton

By 3 September 2013

In 2012, 60 young people travelled to mining communities around Australia. They heard from Traditional Owners, miners, doctors, farmers, parents and others who have experienced the impacts of coal and gas development. ‘Mining The Truth’ documents their stories. The Canberra premiere will feature a panel Q&A with Peter Martin from Southern Highlands Coal Action Group, [...]

Hustle & Scout at New Acton

By 2 September 2013

[ 21 September 2013 at 4:00 pm; ]

This just in and sounding hiptastic!

A new event due to hit NewActon on 21 September – Hustle&Scout: Twilight Fashion Market (

This seasonal market will run from 4-9pm in the Nishi Foyer and will showcase 25 high-end designers and collectors, three live music acts, food by A. Baker, $10 Hustle&Scout cocktails and a fashion show/after party [...]

Hurra! Das Audi Festival des deutschen Films kommt wieder nach Canberra!*

By 9 April 2013

[ 7 May 2013 to 12 May 2013. ]

Word has reached us that the Audi Festival of German Films 2013 is coming to Palace Electric.

Presenting a wonderfully audacious collection of contemporary German cinema, the 12th annual Audi Festival of German Films celebrates the rich diversity of one of Europe’s most dynamic and creatively renowned cultures.

Presented by the Goethe-Institut in association [...]

Underground: The Julian Assange Story – cinema launch Thurs 4 April

By 25 March 2013

Underground is the story of Julian Assange’s exploits as a teenage computer hacker in Melbourne, and his youthful commitment to revealing the truth about the world, power and injustice.
Following the screening there will be a Q&A session with writer/director Robert Connolly, actor Alex Williams (Julian Assange), Christine Assange (Julian’s mother) and Sam Castro (co-founder of [...]

Win an Electric Night Out with Palace Electric

By 12 February 2013 FEATURED ARTICLE

Palace Electric Cinema is giving RiotACT readers the exclusive chance to win one of three VIP Electric Night Out experiences!
Be one of the first to experience the Electric difference at Palace Electric with two x VIP passes to any session of your choice, followed by dinner for two at Mezzalira to the value of $200 [...]

Palace Electric opens 24 January

By 14 January 2013

The good folk at Palace Electric have tweeted that they’re opening the doors to Canberra’s newest cinema on 24 January.
We’ll be lighting up @newactonnishi on Jan 24! That’s right, we’re opening next Thursday! Tickets available online soon…
— Palace Electric (@PalaceElectric) January 14, 2013

We can’t wait!

Palace Electric opening late January

By 21 December 2012 FEATURED ARTICLE

The Palace Electric Cinema under the Nishi building has had to defer its opening from Boxing Day to the end of January, but RiotACT got invited in today for a look around the still under construction site.
(Let it be noted we were signed in, inducted, and clad in both hi vis and helmets)
The Nishi building’s [...]

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