Golden Age Cinema is dedicating a series of weekly screenings to the acclaimed director's work.
Take a deep dive into the wondrous cinematic worlds of Wes Anderson — symmetry, quirkiness, pastel cinematography and all. From January 6–27, Golden Age Cinema is dedicating every Wednesday night to the acclaimed director's work. The series is called Wes Days, because of course it is.
Film buffs can enjoy a weekly serve of Anderson's distinctive visual stylings, compelling soundtracks and all-star casts, with the Surry Hills venue playing a different flick or two each week. First up, catch the family dramas of The Royal Tenenbaums on the season's opening day, before opting for a Moonrise Kingdom and Rushmore double, the top-notch pairing of Fantastic Mr Fox and The Grand Budapest Hotel, and a showing of Isle of Dogs.
Fancy seeing The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou? That's also screening, but as part of another of the cinema's seasons — so you'll need to head along on Saturday, January 9. As for The Darjeeling Limited, it's planned to hit the venue sometime in February.
Fingers crossed that 2021 is the year we all finally get to see Anderson's latest, the pandemic-delayed The French Dispatch, too.
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