2-6 May the Randwick Ritz

The Festival in 2019

Cinema Reborn is intended to shine a light on the long history of the art of the cinema, the world-wide activity of film restoration and the treasures that exist in the world’s film archives.

Cinema Reborn was developed by a community of cinema enthusiasts who work on this project on an entirely voluntary basis. The group comprises experienced programmers, filmmakers, screen historians and critics.

Cinema Reborn’s focus is on screen heritage and preservation. In its start-up year of 2018, Cinema Reborn presented twelve programs of either recently restored films shown using digital copies or, rarer, film archived-sourced 35mm film prints. All were presented following best practice in the presentation of archival or screen heritage titles, and reflected the originally intended experience of their creators.

Art deco palace, the Randwick Ritz

The Cinema Reborn Organising Committee has now reached agreement with Sydney’s art deco movie palace The Ritz at Randwick  (above) to present ten sessions of newly restored classics drawn from film archives and suppliers around the world.   Please put the dates in your diary as we know that all sorts of other events will loom on the horizon and compete for attention.

Tickets will go on sale towards the end of March.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

If you would like to donate to support the festival’s work,  either for general support or to sponsor specific programs don’t hesitate to get in touch.

There will be further emails to subscribers over coming months and information will also be posted on our Facebook page which you can find here.

2-6 May 2019 promises an exciting time for lovers of classic cinema.

Carosello Loren