DANCERS Bec Skinner, Rebecca Pirihi and Melissa Pocock entertain movie goers at Birch Carroll and Coyle Pacific Fair cinemas in anticipation of the movie Black Swan. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
DANCERS Bec Skinner, Rebecca Pirihi and Melissa Pocock entertain movie goers at Birch Carroll and Coyle Pacific Fair cinemas in anticipation of the movie Black Swan. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Swanning around for movie goers

NATALIE Portman won the best actress award at the Golden Globes for the movie Black Swan.

BLACK Swan is the movie that won Natalie Portman the best actress award at the Golden Globes and Birch Carroll and Coyle Pacific Fair and Australia Fair are the first to show it.

Birch Carroll and Coyle Pacific Fair assistant manager Matt Wright said BCC is excited to be able to show the movie.

Black Swan is one of the most popular films currently showing,” he said.

“We are extremely excited to be one of the exclusive venues to be screening this dark, beautifully eerie film.”

Gold Coast dance agency Chase Creations owned by Gold Coast dancing sensation Daniella Jerkovic and ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ star Anthony Ikin sent three of their experienced ballerinas to Pacific Fair last week in anticipation of the Black Swam release on January 20.

The movie follows the story of Nina (Natalie Portman) a ballerina in a New York City ballet company.

When artistic director Thomas Leroy (Vincent Cassel) decides to replace prima ballerina Beth MacIntyre (Winona Ryder) for the opening production of their new season, Swan Lake, Nina is his first choice. A new dancer, Lily (Mila Kunis) is also vying for the role, and as the two dancers explore their rivalry into a twisted friendship, Nina begins to get in touch with her dark side, which could destroy her.

For times and tickets to the movie visit www.eventcinemas.com.au.



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