1 February 2024

Marie Antoinette screening (35mm)

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Still from Marie Antoinette showing a close up of a woman smiling

Marie Antoinette – Sofia Coppola, 2006. Photo: NFSA.

2006 | PG | 123 mins | 35 mm | US | D: Sofia Coppola

In Marie Antoinette, Sofia Coppola playfully reimagines the iconic and ill-fated French queen. Eschewing historical complexity, this film paints a portrait of a frivolous and ignorant young royal at the brink of revolution. A rock concert of period cinema, Marie Antoinette is replete with stunning locations, decadent costuming and a masterful contemporary soundtrack.

‘…gorgeous, giddy, gilded filmmaking’ – Empire

Available as a double feature with The Favourite (Yorgos Lanthimos, 2018), with the option to add a charcuterie board and beverage between screenings. Learn more.

Presented on 35mm film prints from the NFSA collection.

This film is part of the Unreliable Histories series at the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia. Question history and cultural mythology through films that creatively interpret and reimagine iconic people and times.

The Details
What: Marie Antoinette screening
When: Saturday 24 February 2024, at 4 pm
Where: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (Arc Cinema)
Cost: Adult $16, Concession $12. Get tickets here.

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