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Whatever film experience you're after, we have something for you at Westpac OpenAir 2023...

Open to meeting film makers?

Join us on 11 Jan when Director/Writer Frances O'Connor introduces a preview screening of Emily, and again on 23 January when Director Shekhar Kapur and writer producer Jemima Kahn introduce their wonderful What's Love Got To Do With it?

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Open to thrillers that twist, 'n twist some more?

Get down to Quentin Tarantino's Jackie Brown, consume every tantalising course of The Menu, enjoy all the on screen controversy of Don't Worry Darling, or be enthralled by Everything, Everywhere, All at Once.

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Open to some lovin'?

Feel your heart beat a little faster in Fire of Love, What's Love Got To Do With It, Emily, Titanic, Ticket to Paradise or even Magic Mike's Last Dance.

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Open to having fun?

Have one last dance with Magic Mike, catch the Bullet Train with Brad Pitt, or go looking for love with Lily James in What’s Love Got to Do With it.

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Want some action?

Hop aboard the Bullet Train with Brad Pitt, play dirty with Hugh Grant in Operation Fortune, or buckle up for Top Gun : Maverick, or the original Top Gun.

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Open to extraordinary characters?

Walk in the shoes of Emily, Elvis, or Whitney. Be taken away by Tom Hanks in A Man Called Otto, or touched by Bill Nighey in Living.

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Open to being moved?

Head to Paris with Mrs Harris, have Cinema Paradiso heave at your heartstrings once again, or be overwhelmed by Empire of Light

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Open to being the first?

Step into the Australian Premiere of The Whale, or previews of Tar, Babylon, Emily , Empire of Light or Operation Fortune

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Open to awards contenders?

The winners are Tar, The Whale, Triangle of Sadness, Babylon, Banshees of The Inisherin, Living and The Fabelmans

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Open to epics?

Go big with Avatar : The Way of Water, Elvis, Black Panther : Wakanda Forever, or either of the Top Guns

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Open to fashion and food?

Head to Paris with Mrs Harris, size up Triangle of Sadness, or take your seat for The Menu  

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Open to women making waves?

Dive into Prima Facie, She Said, Good Luck to You Leo Grande, or The Lost King

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Open to live music and Moby Dick

Join us on 27 January for an extraordinary art event by the harbour, when musicians from the Sydney Symphony will accompany the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ premiere presentation of Wu Tsang’s Moby Dick.

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