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Cinema Roundup for the week starting September 2

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It’s legal to grow and distribute – but only by the anointed

Byron based medicinal cannabis producer is sending cannabis to Germany in a breakthrough $92m deal yet the humble plant remains illegal for locals and continues to put people behind bars.

Other News

A short history of our rail corridor debate

The debate over our disused rail corridor has long gone stale. It is acrimonious, ideological, and exhibits a strong tendency to avoid key points.

What to do with no booze at your party

Eve Jeffery It’s almost human nature, certainly Australian nature, to celebrate with a drink. Nothing says wetting the baby’s head...

Learner charged after Bruns roundabout crash

A 16-year-old learner driver has been charged with a string of offences after a crash in Brunswick Heads on Tuesday night.

Cr Darlene Cook: more to Lismore City Council than roads, rates and rubbish

In the first of a series about those who are putting their hats in the ring to be the next mayor of Lismore, Cr Darlene Cook talks about the issues close to her heart, for the city at the heart of the Northern Rivers.

Bypass Blues

Charles MacFarland, Ewingsdale Those who believe the Byron bypass will relieve Byron’s traffic problems can, I believe, abandon all hope. Those...

Conspiracy and pubs

Art Burroughes, Mullumbimby Regarding my article Conspiracy in the Pub becomes talking point (Echo, 20 January). How can we avoid falling foul...

Totoro and friends – 35 years of Studio Ghibli

Palace Cinemas in Byron Bay are about to celebrate the legendary Studio Ghibli’s 35th anniversary. Palace’s film program charts the development of the iconic animation studio via an expansive chronological schedule featuring some of your favourites like: My Neighbour Totoro, Spirited Away, and many more! Each film is presented with the original Japanese language track and English subtitles. This program offers an unprecedented journey into the imaginative, emotional and idiosyncratic world of Studio Ghibli.
Screening Times: Thursdays at 6.30pm and Saturdays at 2pm
For the full line up, head to: www.palacecinemas.com.au/events/35-years-studio-ghibli

Ram-p up your Dad’s Day

This Sunday is Fathers Day and Palace have a very special preview screening of Rams starring some of your dad’s favourites, such as Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) and Michael Caton (The Castle). Don’t miss this Australian-made dramedy – your dad is sure to walk out claiming it as his new favourite! If that’s not enough to spoil him sufficiently, each ticket includes a glass of wine, small popcorn and a Connoisseur ice-cream served upon entry. This event is your first chance to see this brilliant new film before its official release on 15 October, all in the name of the man you love!
Rams (PG) is playing Sunday, 6 September, arrive 2.45pm for complimentary drink and snack combo, 3pm screening. Tickets are $24 for Palace Movie Club members (max two tickets per valid membership), $30 General admission.

Game on!

Level up your gaming experience with Palace Cinemas! FIFA? Grand Theft Auto? Smash Bros? Whatever the game, we can make it epic on the big screen in a private cinema, just for you and your crew! All you need to do is provide the games and console – we’ll handle the rest.
Prices start from just $300 for up to 20 guests, and we can even provide the snacks and drinks too!
For more details, head to www.palacecinemas.com.au/offers/big-screen-gaming or email [email protected]

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