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Coasting : Issue 10 April 2010
11 www.coastingtoday.com.au COASTING ENTERTAINMENT 26 Central Coast Highway West Gosford 4323 2311 Club $5000 EVERY MONTH for 10 months in 2010 $50,000 To celebrate 50 years we are giving away 50 Members each week will be randomly drawn from our Membership database and invited to our monthly Club 50 night. Additionally Members will randomly receive a second chance entry via the Redemption centre, this entry may be placed in the second chance barrel on Club 50 draw night. 10 Members will be drawn from the second chance barrel to join the invited members in the $5000 draw. CLUB 50 DRAW NIGHTS WILL BEHELD THE LAST TUESDAYOF EACH MONTH FEBRUARY TO NOVEMBER LTPS/10/00346 fine art • gifts • homewares Open 7 Days from 10am 82 Toowoon Bay Road, Toowoon Bay | email: email@example.com Ph 4333 6742 | twobirdsgallery.com.au Featuring the Exclusive Works of Award Winning Artist Ken Knight The gallery incorporates an eclectic range of fine art including photography, sculpture, jewellery, gifts and homewares. Retailer of Ecosmart Fireplaces. EXCITING NEW GALLERY Ken Knight Glenn Doyle Keith Rowe Glass Emett Toms Metho Fuelled Fires A8721336-1Apr Q: What has been the biggest night at your cinema at Avoca Beach? A: We often have full houses -- people just love being at the theatre and being a part of what is happening here. It's such a buzz to have so many people all in one place enjoying themselves. And we love to see people enjoying themselves, so there is a party at Avoca Theatre almost every week, be it one of our French soirees, Italian evenings, Bollywood nights or one of our many exclusive premiere events. We had a 70th birthday party for The Wizard of Oz with a full house of little Dorothies (and some 70-plus-year-old Dorothies, too) six foot tall Totos, Tin Men in tin suits, scarecrows and wonderful wizards. People who were driving past stopped their cars to take photos. How much fun is that! Q: What has been the most memorable reaction that you've seen a moviegoer, or moviegoers, have to a movie? A: People often dress up for our special events such as for our Elvis nights, Rocky Horror Picture Show and even Monty Python movies. And our Bollywood nights see colour aplenty. Films also often move people deeply, and the New York Met Operas regularly affect patrons. I see people leaving the theatre at the end of the show with tears streaming down their faces. Q: Favourite Aussie movie? A: There are so many. Rabbit Proof Fence, Lucky Miles, Wake in Fright, Mao's Last Dancer, Ten Canoes, Moulin Rouge, Gallipoli, and Babe. Q: Favourite line of dialogue from a movie? A: Perhaps Rutger Hauer from Blade Runner: "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tanhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. Time to die." Q: Finally, what upcoming films are you most looking forward to seeing? A: April is a great month for films. The Swedish film phenomenon, based on Steig Larson's book The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is extraordinary. Then there's The Last Station with Christopher Plummer as Leo Tolstoy and Helen Mirren as his wife portraying intoxicating, infuriating, impossible love... can't wait! Micmacs, an off-beat light- hearted French comedy will be delightful. Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinski is from the director of Amelie and Chocolate, and will be stunning. Accidents Happen, with the irrepressible Geena Davis in this Australian film, is one to watch out for. And, of course, the theatre is famous for our New York Met Opera, and in April it's Hamlet, which hasn't been performed at the Met since 1893. IMPRESSION: Everlyn Sampi and Tianna Sansbury in Rabbit Proof Fence (2002). NICE LINE: Rutger Hauer as Roy Batty in Blade Runner (1982). ANTICIPATED: A scene from The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2009) which opens at Avoca Beach this month.
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