Thrillers and kids comedy movies will be among the films screened in Sydney’s annual cinema festival next month.

Movie lovers heading to Australia on board flights to Sydney next month can start planning some high-profile trips to the cinema, as details of the city’s annual film festival have been announced.

Espionage thriller Hanna is due to have its Australian premiere on the opening night, with star actress Cate Blanchett in attendance at the State Theatre.

Other movies being shown at the six-day event include Brit-flick This is England ’86 and kids comedy caper Kung Fu Panda 2, as well as dozens more across twelve different venues.

Movie lovers will also be able to visit a new 3D cinema experience at the University of New South Wales’ iCinema Research Centre.

Billed as the world’s first 360-degree 3D experience, admission for Scenario is free to the public, with a maximum group size of five.

Tickets for the second screening of Hanna on June 12th are available to book online now for 17 Australian dollars (£11) per adult, while concessions can get a two-dollar discount.

Written by Erin Marshall

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