Show Times

Sunday 5, March

Where am I Going?

Where am I Going?

MCoarse language

Double Session - Where am I Going? Queen of Katwe

Double Session - Where am I Going? Queen of Katwe

MCoarse language

Queen of Katwe

Queen of Katwe

PGMild themes

Sunday 12, March

Lo & Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

Lo & Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

M

Double Session - Lo & Behold / Neon Demon

Double Session - Lo & Behold / Neon Demon

M

The Neon Demon

The Neon Demon

R18+

Sunday 19, March

Jane Got A Gun

Jane Got A Gun

MA15+

Double Session - Jane Got A Gun / Age of Shadows

Double Session - Jane Got A Gun / Age of Shadows

MA15+

The Age of Shadows

The Age of Shadows

MA15+Strong themes and violence

Sunday 26, March

Queen of Katwe

Queen of Katwe

PGMild themes

Double Session - Queen of Katwe / Moonlight

Double Session - Queen of Katwe / Moonlight

M

Moonlight

Moonlight

M

Friday 5, May

Double Session - Flickerfest Tour 2017

Double Session - Flickerfest Tour 2017

CTC

Flickerfest Tour 2017 - Best of Australian Shorts

Flickerfest Tour 2017 - Best of Australian Shorts

CTC

Flickerfest Tour 2017 - Best International Shorts

Flickerfest Tour 2017 - Best International Shorts

CTC

Double Session - Flickerfest Tour 2017

Double Session - Flickerfest Tour 2017

CTC

Touring short film festival - best of Australian and International shorts

Friday 5, May

Double Session - Jane Got A Gun / Age of Shadows

Double Session - Jane Got A Gun / Age of Shadows

MA15+

Double up and save - Jane Got A Gun and The Age of Shadows back to back!

Jane Got a Gun

With help from her alcoholic ex-lover (Joel Edgerton), Jane (Natalie Portman) is a pioneer woman fighting to defend her injured husband from a vicious outlaw (Ewan McGregor) and his gang of killers in the Old West.

The Age of Shadows

The Age of Shadows is a smart spy thriller set in late 1920s Korea, during Japanese occupation.

Sunday 19, March

Double Session - Lo & Behold / Neon Demon

Double Session - Lo & Behold / Neon Demon

M

Double up and save - Lo & Behold and The Neon Demon back to back!

Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

Award-winning filmmaker Werner Herzog examines the past, present and constantly-evolving future of the Internet and how it affects human interaction and modern society in this fascinating documentary.

The Neon Demon

A surreal and stylish psychological horror film, set in the cutthroat environs of the LA modelling industry.

Sunday 12, March

Double Session - Queen of Katwe / Moonlight

Double Session - Queen of Katwe / Moonlight

M

Double up and save - Queen of Katwe and Moonlight back to back!

Queen of Katwe

Based on a true story, Queen of Katwe follows Phiona, a young Ugandan girl who discovers she has an amazing talent for chess.

Moonlight

Being gay is no picnic for Chiron who develops from shy small boy to hypermasculine tough guy as he comes to grips with his sexuality in a rough neighbourhood of Miami.

Sunday 26, March

Double Session - Where am I Going? Queen of Katwe

Double Session - Where am I Going? Queen of Katwe

MCoarse language

Double up and save - Where am I Going? and Queen of Katwe back to back!

Where Am I Going?

Italy’s smash-hit comedy is reportedly the highest-grossing Italian film of all time. Described as ‘the Italian Forrest Gump’, the story takes a not-so-subtle dig at the Italian obsession of pursuing a cushy public service job-for-life.

Queen of Katwe

Based on a true story, Queen of Katwe follows Phiona, a young Ugandan girl who discovers she has an amazing talent for chess.

Sunday 5, March

Flickerfest Tour 2017 - Best International Shorts

Flickerfest Tour 2017 - Best International Shorts

CTC

Touring short film festival - best of International shorts

Friday 5, May

Flickerfest Tour 2017 - Best of Australian Shorts

Flickerfest Tour 2017 - Best of Australian Shorts

CTC

Touring short film festival - best of Australian shorts

Friday 5, May

Jane Got A Gun

Jane Got A Gun

MA15+

With help from her alcoholic ex-lover (Joel Edgerton), Jane (Natalie Portman) is a pioneer woman fighting to defend her injured husband from a vicious outlaw (Ewan McGregor) and his gang of killers in the Old West.

Set in 1870s New Mexico, the harsh, parched landscape of the US southwest serves as a fitting stage for this new addition to the recently rebooted Western genre.

“Not your grandfather’s Western.” - Variety

Sunday 19, March

Lo & Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

Lo & Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

M

Award-winning filmmaker Werner Herzog examines the past, present and constantly-evolving future of the Internet and how it affects human interaction and modern society in this fascinating documentary.

Includes interviews with Bob Kahn, Elon Musk, Sebastian Thrun, Ted Nelson, and other leaders of the technology world that help to reveal the ways the world has changed since our lives went online - and offer illuminating ideas about what's to come.

A very relevant film for our rapidly changing reality.

“With interviewees ranging from Elon Musk to a gaming addict, Werner Herzog presents the web in all its wildness and utopian potential in this dizzying documentary.” – The Guardian

Sunday 12, March

Moonlight

Moonlight

M

Being gay is no picnic for Chiron who develops from shy small boy to hypermasculine tough guy as he comes to grips with his sexuality in a rough neighbourhood of Miami.

At once a vital portrait of contemporary African-American life and an intensely personal and poetic meditation on identity and love, Moonlight is already a multi-award winning feature, widely touted as one of the best films of the year – if not the decade.

“Director Barry Jenkins has created a sublime, novelistic work of art by employing the specific in pursuit of the universal: Few will walk away from Moonlight untouched by its message.” – The Wall Street Journal

Sunday 26, March

Queen of Katwe

Queen of Katwe

PGMild themes

Based on a true story, Queen of Katwe follows Phiona, a young Ugandan girl who discovers she has an amazing talent for chess.

From the slums of Katwe in Kampala, Uganda, Phiona becomes fascinated with the game and soon becomes a top player under the guidance of Robert Katende, the local missionary. Her success in local competitions soon presents a golden opportunity to escape a life of poverty.

A vibrant and heartwarming tale about hope and empowerment against all odds.

“Director Mira Nair has a proven ability to find beauty in the most desperate of circumstances, and Queen Of Katwe is no different.” – The AV Club

Sunday 5, March

Sunday 26, March

Show Future Dates
The Age of Shadows

The Age of Shadows

MA15+Strong themes and violence

The Age of Shadows is a smart spy thriller set in late 1920s Korea, during Japanese occupation.

Lavish sets and a slick noir aesthetic compliment an intriguing plot beginning with Lee Jung-chool, a Korean-born police captain in the Japanese police force, who is given a special mission to infiltrate the armed resistance. However, his Japanese bosses suspect a shift in allegiance, and a deadly cat-and-mouse game unfolds in which loyalty is tested and no-one can be trusted. Korean with English subtitles.

“A hectic, handsomely furnished piece of pop entertainment.” - IndieWIRE

Sunday 19, March

The Neon Demon

The Neon Demon

R18+

A surreal and stylish psychological horror film, set in the cutthroat environs of the LA modelling industry.

Jesse, a 16-year-old aspiring model, leaves her small town home for the big city, and soon finds herself ensnared in a predatory world where beauty is a double-edged sword.

Filled with arresting cinematography that is in turns both opulent and violent in its treatment of the familiar glossy fashion shoot aesthetic, The Neon Demon is the latest film from the award-winning director of Drive.

“The Neon Demon throws off a chilly, pleasurable sheen. This is visual hard candy.” – Time Magazine

Sunday 12, March

Where am I Going?

Where am I Going?

MCoarse language

Italy’s smash-hit comedy is reportedly the highest-grossing Italian film of all time. Described as ‘the Italian Forrest Gump’, the story takes a not-so-subtle dig at the Italian obsession of pursuing a cushy public service job-for-life.

Co-writer Luca Medici stars as his much-celebrated comic character, Checco Zalone, a middle-aged slacker from Southern Italy who goes to great lengths to hold onto his pen-pushing position – even if it means being sent to the North Pole or Africa.

Italian with English subtitles.

“Fast-paced, colourful and silly.” – The Age

Sunday 5, March