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Gumeracha Hall Movie Night – The Lighthorsemen (PG)
October 25, 2017, 10:45 am
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The Gumeracha Hall and the Adelaide Hills Council present…
The Lighthorsemen (PG) a film by Simon Wincer

‘In commemoration of the 100 years since the Charge at Beersheba’

When: Saturday October 28th 2017, @ 8PM
Doors open at 7pm.

Contact Bob Brooksby 0448 014 432

8pm The Lighthorsemen (PG)
Palestine, 1917. The British advance has been stopped by the Turkish line running from Gaza to Beersheba. The latest attack on Gaza has failed. The attacking forces included a regiment of Australian mounted infantry, the Light Horse… Lighthorseman Frank is wounded in a skirmish with Bedouin. He is replaced by a young soldier, Dave, who proves to be a crack shot, but reluctant to fire at the enemy. Dave proves himself during a German biplane attack. Recuperating in hospital, he meets a sympathetic nurse, Anne… The regiment is called upon for a bold flanking attack on Beersheba. But how do you convince the Turks the main attack will come at Gaza? And how do you attack across a desert without water? – synopsis via Letterboxd

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Savoury and Vegetarian platters available –please pre order.
Platters: 2 person: $6 4 person: $12
BYO Drinks with glasses
Raffle fundraiser

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Youth Short Film Festival 2017

Youth Short Film Festival 2017 Norwood Town Hall
Youth Short Film Festival 2017

The Youth Short Film Festival has been held biennially since 2009 with an aim to foster youth participation and to showcase the talents of young people in the area of short film.

All entries will be showcased at the Short Film Festival event held in the Norwood Concert Hall on Friday 6 October and will be assessed by a panel of judges .Winners will be announced and prizes awarded on the night, with the $1000 prize for Best Entry. Additional prizes will be awarded for three age categories (12 – 15 years, 16 – 19 years and 20 – 25 years).

Date: Friday 6th October 2017
Location: Norwood Concert Hall
Admission: Contact Rosanna Busolin, Manager, Community Care Services on 08 8366 4600 or email

Find out more at the City Of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters website.

Yankalilla Football Club host the last Outdoor Cinema of the season 2017


The Yankalilla Football club hired our 4m wide screen outdoor cinema for an end of season screening of Zootopia for the kids and parents after the football on Saturday the 20th of May 2017. Despite the screening being so late in the season the weather held out and wasn’t even that cold. However due to the sunset time and the fact that the last game didn’t finish until 5pm it meant that we had to do the majority of the set-up in the dark which is a first. We had a great crowd of about 50-60 families that rugged up to watch the movie and a great time was had by all. The movie finished just at the right moment too, as the rain started coming down, aiding our speedy pack up.


To receive a quote for our 4m wide screen outdoor cinema or any of our other cinemas please fill out the form on our Cinema Hire page by clicking this link.

Pop-Up Indoor Cinema – City Of Playford Grenville Community Hub


On Wednesday the 12th of October 2016 the Grenville Community Hub held a pop-up cinema day, screening the classic musical ‘The Sound Of Music’ presented by the City Of Playford, South Australia.


Our 4m wide screen mobile cinema fit perfectly inside the venue and as the seating was laid out the community hub quickly transformed into a cinema, with pop-corn, lunch and snacks provided. The event was well received by the local community that really got into the spirit of things and enjoyed a good old sing along.


To receive a quote for our 4m wide screen cinema or any of our other cinemas please fill out the form on our Cinema Hire page by clicking this link.

Family Movie Night at the Unley Libraries Festival
May 10, 2017, 5:00 pm
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On the 4th of November 2016 the Unley Library celebrated it’s 50 year birthday. Special events held over this jam packed weekend of activities was the family movie night, screening Disney’s 1967 version of the Rudyard Kipling classic novel The Jungle Book.


The many families that made it along to the evening enjoyed a one-man band, face-painting and balloon art while kicking back and enjoying ice-cream, fairy floss and warm beverages. A selection of classic cartoons played before the feature, giving this 50 year celebration an old-timey cinema feel.

This event was hosted by Unley Libraries

To receive a quote for our 3m wide screen cinema or any of our other cinemas please fill out the form on our Cinema Hire page by clicking this link.

Out of the Glass Case Movie Night – Kingscote Town Hall

Out of the Glass Case Movie Night – Kingscote Town Hall
The Out of the Glass Case program saw the South Australian Museum travelling to Kingscote, Kangaroo Island on Saturday the 8th of April 2017. The Out of the Glass Case program is an innovative initiative that supports lifelong learning in all communities. It brings the Museum to regional, rural and remote areas of South Australia.

During the day the South Australian Museum set up a ‘discovery centre/fossil identification lab’, where they invited the community to bring any fossils or objects that they wanted identified.


That afternoon the South Australian Museum’s Dr Diego C. Garcia-Bellido presented a Sprigg lecture on 500-million-year-old aliens from Kangaroo Island! Followed by a free movie screening of a Night at the Museum.

Our 4m Wide Screen Mobile Cinema, set up for the evening screening of ‘Night At The Museum’

500 people enjoy the riverside outdoor cinema at Renmark
April 24, 2017, 12:10 pm
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500 people enjoy the riverside outdoor cinema at Renmark.

Road Movie Mobile Cinema’s forth trip to Renmark and our third screening for the Renmark and Paringa Council was located on the banks of the beautiful Murray River and featured a screening of the family animation ‘The Secret Life Of Pets‘.

After a week of heavy downpours in the riverland the clouds finally parted for our first riverside outdoor cinema located in the heart of Renmark. Despite the rainy and cool week the weather was perfect for the 22nd of April show.

The mobile cinema was situated between the river and the classic Ozone Cinema that hasn’t been in operation for many years. However it’s frontage did provide comfortable seating for the local pigeons to enjoy the show from.

The setting matched the weather in perfection and was fantastically laid out with white picket fencing surrounding the audience and a great selection of food and drinks vans located behind the audience that were beautifully decorated with festoon lighting.

As the sun set and the house lights gradually dimmed the audience steadily grew, with final estimations on the numbers to be around 500 people and at least 20 pigeons.


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