Sharmill Films

Sherlock – The Abominable Bride

Sherlock – The Abominable Bride

In cinemas 2 January 2016

Sherlock, starring Academy Award Nominee Benedict Cumberbatch as Holmes and Emmy Award Winner Martin Freeman as John Watson, is a global phenomenon. The show has been sold to over 240 territories across the world, won 12 BAFTAs, seven Emmys and a prestigious Peabody Award as well as accolades at the Edinburgh TV Festival and the Television Critics Association in the US.

Sherlock – The Abominable Bride will see Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman reprise their roles as Holmes and Watson in a one-off episode set in Victorian London in 1895.  The episode has been co-written by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss and will also see series regulars Rupert Graves, Una Stubbs, Louise Brealey and Amanda Abbington join the cast.  It is directed by Douglas Mackinnon (Doctor Who, Line of Duty).


VIC: Cinema Nova, Palace Westgarth, Palace Balwyn, Palace Brighton Bay, Palace Como, Palace Kino, Cloud 9 Bright, Regent Ballarat, Classic Elsternwick, Cameo Belgrave, Lido Cinema, Sun Bairnsdale Cinema, United Craigieburn, Star Cinema Bendigo, Sun Theatre Yarraville

NSW: Hayden Orpheum, Ritz Cinema, Palace Norton Street, Palace Chauvel, Avoca Beach Picture Theatre, Majestic Sawtell, Riverside Parramatta, Narooma Kinema, Roseville Cinemas, Limelight Tuggeranong, United Warriewood, United Narellan, Great Lakes Cinema

ACT: Palace Electric

QLD: Palace Barracks, Palace Centro, Majestic Nambour, New Farm Cinemas, Hawthorne Deluxe, United Eldorado, Gold Coast Arts Centre

SA: Regal Theatre Kensington, Trak Cinemas Toorak Gardens, Palace Nova Eastend

WA: Luna Leederville, Luna on SX, Warwick 9 Grand Cinemas, United Rockingham, Cygnet Grand Cinemas

TAS: State Cinema, CMAX Devonport


Florence and the Uffizi Gallery

In cinemas 21 November!

Participating Cinemas

‘Florence and the Uffizi Gallery 3D/4K: a journey into the heart of the Renaissance’ is much more than a classic Art documentary: it’s a multi-dimensional, multi-sensory journey into the Italian Renaissance through the most beautiful, representative works of art of the period.

For the first time in cinema theaters worldwide comes an art film on the veritable open-air museum that is the city of Florence in which 3D technology ensures a totally immersive, unprecedented viewing experience: works of art speak for themselves with all the power of their extraordinary beauty enhanced by 3D vision.

A stimulating “emotional” commentary is given by a major, leading Renaissance figure, our guide Lorenzo the Magnificent, played by Simon Merrells.  From a timeless limbo, he takes us through a tour of “his” Florence, the cradle of Renaissance culture, all to the splendid accompaniment of carefully selected music. Also featured are valuable artistic contributions made by experts such as Antonio Natali, the Director of the Uffizi Gallery for almost 10 years; Marco Ciatti, Superintendent of the ‘Opificio delle Pietre Dure’ and Arturo Galansino, Director of Palazzo Strozzi.

Not only does this Art Film promise a unique 3D/4K viewing experience but it also offers an emotionally moving and engaging narrative.



Cinema Nova

Palace Cinema Como
Village Knox
Village Southland
Village Fountain Gate
Village Rivoli
Palace Brighton Bay

Sorrento Cinema

Star Cinema Bendigo
Memo Healesville

Regent Ballarat
Sun Theatre Yarraville

Cremorne Orpheum

Dendy Opera Quays
Palace Verona
Dendy Newtown
Palace Norton Street
Avoca Beach Picture Theatre
Greater Union Newcastle
Riverside Parramatta
Mount Vic Flicks

Dendy Canberra
Palace Electric

Palace Centro
Dendy Portside
Regal Twin Graceville
Noosa 5 Cinemas
Gold Coast Arts Centre

Palace Nova Eastend
Wallis Mitcham

Cinema Paradiso

State Cinema
MONA Museum of Old and New Art
CMAX Devonport

The Importance of Being Earnest

Captured live and coming soon to Australian cinemas!

From 6 February 2016
See participating cinemas



Don’t miss Olivier Award winner and Poirot star David Suchet as the formidable Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde’s much loved masterpiece The Importance of Being Earnest which will be captured LIVE for cinemas from London’s Vaudeville Theatre.  A superb satire on Victorian manners and one of the funniest plays in the English language, the delightful repartee and hilarious piercing of hypocrisy will make you laugh out loud!

‘Laugh-out-loud funny… all-out joy’ – Dominic Maxwell, The Times

‘A magnificent, stage-filling performance… majestically funny’ – Michael Billington, The Guardian



Cinema Nova Carlton
Palace Brighton Bay
Palace Como
Sun Theatre
Sorrento Cinemas
Regent Cinema Ballarat
Village Rivoli
Village Southland

Cremorne Orpheum
Dendy Opera Quays
Dendy Newtown
Palace Chauvel
Palace Norton Street
Riverside Parramatta
Ritz Cinema
Avoca Beach Picture Theatre
Narooma Kinema
Inlet Cinemas
Manning Entertainment Centre
Cinemax Cinema
Majestic Sawtell

Dendy Canberra

Palace Centro
Dendy Portside
Gold Coast Arts Centre
Noosa Breath of Fresh Air
Majestic Nambour

Palace Nova Eastend
Mitcham Cinemas
Country Arts SA, Mount Gambier

Luna Paradiso
Luna Windsor

CMAX Devonport
MONA – Museum of Old & New Art

National Theatre Live: Coriolanus


By William Shakespeare
From the Donmar Warehouse
Starring Tom Hiddleston, Mark Gatiss
Directed by Josie Rourke

Encore season from 12 December 2015!

National Theatre Live will screen the Donmar Warehouse’s production of Coriolanus, Shakespeare’s searing tragedy of political manipulation and revenge, with Tom Hiddleston (The Avengers, War Horse (film), BBC’s The Hollow Crown) in the title role and Mark Gatiss (Season’s  Greetings at the National Theatre, BBC’s Sherlock) as Menenius, directed by the Donmar’s Artistic Director Josie Rourke.

When an old adversary threatens Rome, the city calls once more on her hero and defender: Coriolanus. But he has enemies at home too. Famine threatens the city, the citizens’ hunger swells to an appetite for change, and on returning from the field Coriolanus must confront the march of realpolitik and the voice of an angry people.