SAT 10 OCT | 2.30PM | Arc cinema | $12/$10
1941 | PG | 119 mins | 35mm | USA | D: Orson Welles
Orson Welles’ debut film received rave reviews when it opened in 1941, and to this day is still considered one of the best films ever made.
A journalist investigates the life of millionaire newspaper publisher Charles Foster Kane (Orson Welles) to uncover the meaning of the word that Kane utters at his death, ‘Rosebud’.
Famous for its inventive camerawork, set design and lighting, Citizen Kane employed new techniques to achieve its iconic deep-focus photography. We are excited to bring you an archive projection copy on 35mm to enjoy on the big screen. Don’t miss your chance to see this masterpiece in all its glory!
‘It comes close to being the most sensational film ever made in Hollywood’ - The New York Times