FILM: FILMINK PRESENTS FIRST GIRL I LOVED
13 May 2017 | 7.30pm - 9.00pmBook Tickets
Arcadia, in association with FilmInk presents the Casula Powerhouse premiere of First Girl I Loved.
Directed by Kerem Sanga, this Sundance award winner shows us exactly what happens when high-school misfit Anne falls in love with Sasha, the beautiful star of the softball team. When Anne tells her best friend Clifton about her new crush, his jealousy threatens more than just the girls' budding romance.
Kerem Sanga is the writer/director of three features. His previous film, The Young Kieslowski, premiered at the 2014 Los
Angeles Film Festival, where it won the audience award. He attended USC film school as an Annenberg Fellow.
Directed by: Kerem Sanga
With: Dylan Gelula, Brianna Hildebrand, Mateo Arias
Language Production: Italian
Genre: Drama, Romance, Coming of age
"A woozy and wonderful queer teen romance... Dylan Gelula gives a revelatory performance in a film that suggests we're in for a new wave of teen cinema." - David Ehrlich, INDIEWIRE
"Sexual disorientation in high school makes for movie brilliance... Sanga creatively employs a swirl of text messages, voice-overs, baseball signals and other linguistic modes to beautifully illustrate the jumble of thoughts cascading through young minds." - Peter Howell, TORONTO STAR
Please contact Casula Powerhouse Reception for any booking queries. Booking details will be updated soon.
CostAll tickets $17.50
Phone02 9824 1121
FILM: ITALIAN FILM SCREENING: BIANCA COME IL LATTE, ROSSA COME IL SANGUE
4 Jun 2019
7.30pm - 9.20pm
The story takes place in the Italian city of Turin. A Roman boy loses his mind for a cancer-sick girl. He will do everything as possible to make her fall in love with him and save her life.