Free tickets to the film Peaches


We have 100 double passes available for screenings in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Sydney – Wednesday 8th June Hoyts George St at 6.45pm
Melbourne – Tuesday 7th June Palace Cinema Como at 7pm

New Matilda subscribers can email us at for two tickets to this passionate new film.

You must include your name, postal address, a contact phone number and the screening (Sydney or Melbourne) you would like to attend. We will post tickets to the first 100 respondents in each city.

<i>Peaches</i>, directed by Craig Monahan and starring Hugo Weaving & Jacqueline McKenzie”  ></p>
<p><b>Peaches</b><br />
<i>Starring Hugo Weaving and Jacqueline McKenzie</i>
<p>“Assured.  Hugo Weaving commands the screen.”   <i>Variety Magazine</i>
<p>“**** Masterfully directed by Monahan…this is indeed an achievement.”   <i>Empire Magazine</i>
<p>From AFI winning director Craig Monahan (<i>The Interview</i>) comes this warm and tender portrayal of three intertwined love stories spanning two decades. Teenage Steph has never left the borders of her small orchard-river town, working at the local peach cannery and living with her over-protective adoptive mother Jude. Yet Steph’s eyes are opened when she receives her late mother Jass’ diary, which reveals the colourful and sexy past of those close to her. Through the diary, Steph starts to learn about the parents she never knew and makes discoveries that allow her to reinvent her vision of the world.
<p>Filmed entirely in the lush splendor of the South Australian Riverlands, <i>Peaches</i> is a powerfully emotional drama with compelling performances all-round.
<p>For more details check the Hopscotch Films website <a href=here

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