Underground Cinema Classics: FBI 2.0 — POSTPONED
Have you got what it takes to become a special agent?
UPDATE: MARCH 24, 2020 — Underground Cinema Classics: FBI 2.0 has been postponed from April to June or July due to 'these uncertain times'. Exact dates are yet to be set, but are likely to fall between June 27–July 12, with the hopes to have all details finalised by May. We'll be sure to keep you updated. To find out more about the status of COVID-19 in Australia and how to protect yourself, head to the Australian Government Department of Health's website.
We've all harboured secret dreams of becoming a spy or a covert agent on a super important mission at one point in our lives, right? If you've always wanted to wear a slightly ill-fitting suit, aviators and an earpiece while you put your hand on your gun and speak into your watch, now's your chance.
Underground Cinema is kicking off its 2020 season by bringing back its FBI experience, recruiting new agents to begin their training at Quantico (an as yet undisclosed Melbourne location) across four nights from Thursday, April 2–Sunday, April 5.
Applications (ticket sales) are now open and successful trainees (ticket holders) will receive advanced training and a film screening for $79.95–89.95. You could even be selected for a special mission assignment before the film (with a $110 VIP ticket).
While the film in question seems to be classified information, our intel reveals that the featured film from the last UGC FBI event was 1991 classic thriller Silence of the Lambs.
Underground Cinema's immersive theatre experiences are always super popular, so make sure you're quick to nab tickets.
Images: Paul Benjamin and Renegade Photography.
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