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Cinemas in Canberra

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by Geoff Edlund (subscribe)
Always on the hunt for creative, fun, and interesting places, events, and experiences.
Published May 3rd 2013
Your guide to the best cinemas in Canberra
Canberra is a great city for Cinema, particularly during the colder months and school holidays, when the movies provide a great escape for the family.

Dendy Cinemas in Canberra Centre shows new and feature films, and hosts the International Film Festival.
Address: 148 Bunda Street, Canberra, ACT
Phone: 02 6221 8900
Tickets: Generally $15 to $20, $11 on Tuesdays.

Places and Cinemas to Watch Movies and Films at Sessions in Canberra
Dendy Cinemas Canberra. Credits:

Greater Union (Event) Cinema is near Manuka Oval and although it shows feature films it has a focus on independent films, and is less mainstream.
Address: 6 Franklin St, Manuka, ACT
Phone: 02 6295 9042
Tickets: $15.50 for Adults

Westfield at Woden has a Hoyts Cinemas that is a bit further out of the city, but still easily accessible.
Address: Bradley Street, Westfield Shopping Centre, Phillip, ACT
Phone: 02 6223 5310
Tickets: $17 for Adults

Arc Cinema at the National Film and Sound Archive in Acton, screens traditional and digital format movies that capture the history of Australia.
Address: McCoy Circuit, Acton, ACT
Phone: 1800 067 274
Tickets: $11 for Adults

Palace Electric is close to the Archives in the city, and covers international cinema, documentary and independent film.
Address: Phillip Law Street, Canberra, ACT
Phone: 1300 620 809
Tickets: $18.50 for Adults
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