Over 40 Australian movie theatres to screen The Promise from June 15


SYDNEY: The Promise Australia Committee – comprising of the Armenian National Committee of Australia, the Armenian General Benevolent Union in Australia and the Armenian Youth Federation of Australia – is pleased to announce that over 40 movie theatres have already confirmed they will be showing Armenian Genocide epic, The Promise from June 15, 2017.

The Committee has been working on the release along with the film’s Australian distributors, and the list displayed below confirms that movie theatres nationwide will release The Promise. Furthermore, Event Cinemas, Hoyts and Dendy are among the major movie houses on board with the release.


Cinema Paradiso Ettalong
Dendy Canberra
Dendy Opera Quays
Event Macquarie
GU Cronulla
Hoyts Belconnen
Hoyts Chatswood Wesfield/Mandarin
Hoyts Erina
Hoyts Penrith
Hoyts Showgrounds
Majestic Port Macquarie
Majestic Sawtell
Palace Electric
Palace Norton Street
Palace Verona
United Warriewood/Avalon/Collaroy

GU Glenelg
Hoyts Tea Tree Plaza
Palace Nova Eastend


Cameo Belgrave
Hoyts Eastland
Hoyts Highpoint
Hoyts Northland
Lido Hawthorne
Palace Balwyn
Palace Brighton Bay
Palace Como
Palace Kino
Sun Theatre Yarraville
Village Geelong
Village Knox
Village Rivoli
Village Southland
Waverley Cinema


Event Chermside
Event Indooroopilly
Hoyts Stafford
Hoyts Tweed City
Palace Centro


Event Innaloo
Hoyts Carousel


State Hobart

The Promise Australia Committee will soon announce a special, invite-only Red Carpet Premiere screening of the film in Sydney, while the Melbourne Armenian community has organised two community-initiated screenings on opening day. Click here for Melbourne flyer.