Classics of the Silver Screen: Some Like It Hot (Wilder, 1959)
One of the most beloved films of all time, this sizzling masterpiece by Billy Wilder set a new standard for Hollywood comedy. Starring Marilyn Monroe,Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, Some Like It Hot is as deliriously funny and fresh today as it was when it first knocked audiences out six decades ago.
Classics at the Capitol: Thelma and Louise (Scott, 1991)
With this pop-culture landmark, screenwriter Callie Khouri and action auteur Ridley Scott rewrote the rules of the road movie, telling the story of two best friends who find themselves transformed into accidental fugitives during a weekend getaway gone wrong—leading them on a high-speed southwestern odyssey as they elude police and discover freedom on their own terms.
Do the Right Thing (1989) and The Night of the Hunter (1955)
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Six Young Punks: GDR documentary double feature
Across two documentaries, follow the lives of six young artists finding their voice in 70s and 80s East Germany. This screening at The Capitol accompanies the exhibition Wanderings About History – The Photography of Ulrich Wüst, on display at RMIT Gallery.
ASEAN Artistic Collaboration Showcase
Join us at one of Melbourne's most iconic and spectacular venues, The Capitol, for a cultural collaborations showcase offering insights into the rich and diverse partnerships between Australia and ASEAN nations.
WIRE's Great Debate: The Good Old Days Weren't That Good
RMIT is delighted to be partnering with women's information and referral service WIRE on International Women's Day, marking the trailblazing organisation's 40 years of service with a Great Debate. Committed to justice and gender equity WIRE has been fighting to address social and structural inequalities impacting women and gender diverse people for many years.
Norah Yang and Men Qiang: Chinese-language Standup Comedians
In 2024, Spring will bloom as beautiful Melbourne welcomes two Chinese stand-up comedians, Norah Yang and Men Qiang, for their first overseas double headliner! Two performances: 7:00PM and 9:00PM.
What the Cameras Saw and Remembered: two films by CAMP
We invite you to a rare opportunity to watch two acclaimed films by Mumbai based artist group CAMP.