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Thursday 22, February

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Mmature themes & coarse language

Thursday 22, February

Madame Web

Madame Web

MViolence

Thursday 22, February

Priscilla

Priscilla

MMature themes, drug use and coarse language

Thursday 22, February

Bob Marley: One Love

Bob Marley: One Love

MViolence and occasional coarse language

Thursday 22, February

The Beekeeper

The Beekeeper

MA15+Strong action violence and coarse language

Thursday 22, February

Argylle

Argylle

MViolence and coarse language

Thursday 22, February

Poor Things

Poor Things

MA15+Strong themes, sex, coarse language and nudity

Thursday 22, February

Friday 23, February

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Mmature themes & coarse language

Friday 23, February

Madame Web

Madame Web

MViolence

Friday 23, February

Poor Things

Poor Things

MA15+Strong themes, sex, coarse language and nudity

Friday 23, February

Bob Marley: One Love

Bob Marley: One Love

MViolence and occasional coarse language

Friday 23, February

Priscilla

Priscilla

MMature themes, drug use and coarse language

Friday 23, February

The Beekeeper

The Beekeeper

MA15+Strong action violence and coarse language

Friday 23, February

Gladiator

Gladiator

MMedium level violence, Adult themes

Friday 23, February

Saturday 24, February

Pixar Film Fest: Soul

Pixar Film Fest: Soul

PGMild themes and occasional coarse language

Saturday 24, February

Bob Marley: One Love

Bob Marley: One Love

MViolence and occasional coarse language

Saturday 24, February

Poor Things

Poor Things

MA15+Strong themes, sex, coarse language and nudity

Saturday 24, February

Priscilla

Priscilla

MMature themes, drug use and coarse language

Saturday 24, February

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Mmature themes & coarse language

Saturday 24, February

Madame Web

Madame Web

MViolence

Saturday 24, February

The Beekeeper

The Beekeeper

MA15+Strong action violence and coarse language

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

Pixar Film Fest: Soul

Pixar Film Fest: Soul

PGMild themes and occasional coarse language

Sunday 25, February

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Mmature themes & coarse language

Sunday 25, February

Bob Marley: One Love

Bob Marley: One Love

MViolence and occasional coarse language

Sunday 25, February

Argylle

Argylle

MViolence and coarse language

Sunday 25, February

The Beekeeper

The Beekeeper

MA15+Strong action violence and coarse language

Sunday 25, February

Priscilla

Priscilla

MMature themes, drug use and coarse language

Sunday 25, February

Poor Things

Poor Things

MA15+Strong themes, sex, coarse language and nudity

Sunday 25, February

Madame Web

Madame Web

MViolence

Sunday 25, February

Wednesday 28, February

Argylle

Argylle

MViolence and coarse language

Wednesday 28, February

Bob Marley: One Love

Bob Marley: One Love

MViolence and occasional coarse language

Wednesday 28, February

Madame Web

Madame Web

MViolence

Wednesday 28, February

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Mmature themes & coarse language

Wednesday 28, February

The Beekeeper

The Beekeeper

MA15+Strong action violence and coarse language

Wednesday 28, February

Thursday 4, April

AFFFF OPENING NIGHT - Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

AFFFF OPENING NIGHT - Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

MMature themes, violence and coarse language

Thursday 4, April

Friday 5, April

A Difficult Year

A Difficult Year

CTC

Friday 5, April

All Your Faces

All Your Faces

MA 15+

Friday 5, April

Saturday 6, April

Abbé Pierre: A Century of Devotion

Abbé Pierre: A Century of Devotion

CTC

Saturday 6, April

Mr. Blake at Your Service

Mr. Blake at Your Service

CTC

Saturday 6, April

Iris and the Men

Iris and the Men

CTC

Saturday 6, April

Sunday 7, April

Jeanne du Barry

Jeanne du Barry

CTC

Sunday 7, April

Suddenly

Suddenly

Sunday 7, April

Monday 8, April

The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

MMature themes, violence and coarse language

Monday 8, April

A Difficult Year

A Difficult Year

CTC

Monday 8, April

Iris and the Men

Iris and the Men

CTC

Monday 8, April

Suddenly

Suddenly

Monday 8, April

All Your Faces

All Your Faces

MA 15+

Monday 8, April

Mr. Blake at Your Service

Mr. Blake at Your Service

CTC

Monday 8, April

Abbé Pierre: A Century of Devotion

Abbé Pierre: A Century of Devotion

CTC

Monday 8, April

Jeanne du Barry

Jeanne du Barry

CTC

Monday 8, April

A Difficult Year

A Difficult Year

CTC

The wildly entertaining new comedy from irrepressible filmmaking duo Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache ('The Intouchables', 'C'est la vie!'), A DIFFICULT YEAR stars Pio Marmaï and Jonathan Cohen as two compulsive spenders who get much more than they bargained for when they try and scam their way out of trouble. Both in debt up to their necks, Albert (Marmai) and Bruno (Cohen) have turned to a community worker (Mathieu Amalric) to try and help get a grip on their lives. However at one of their group sessions, they stumble into an adjoining meeting room hosting a gathering of young social activists, led by a vivacious organiser (the fabulous Noémie Merlant). Attracted more by the free beer and chips than the group's struggle against consumerism and protection of the environment (whilst acknowledging the hugs are quite nice), Albert and Bruno join the movement without any particular conviction, but soon sense an opportunity... if they don't get arrested first. Expertly poking fun at their characters while simultaneously honouring them, A DIFFICULT YEAR delivers both laughs and pathos in spades, thanks to the directors' ongoing faith in humanity's desire to change. With of-the-moment resonances to Australia’s social and ‘cozzie livs’ concerns, it's a must-see entertainment.

Friday 5, April

Monday 8, April

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Abbé Pierre: A Century of Devotion

Abbé Pierre: A Century of Devotion

CTC

Featuring a revelatory performance from Benjamin Lavernhe ('Delicious', 'C’est la vie!'), writer/director Frédéric Tellier’s sweeping and deeply-affecting new historical epic charts the extraordinary life of the titular priest and humanist (1912-2007) who, throughout a tumultuous span of modern history, advocated for those most in need whilst frequently placing himself in peril and at risk of ostracisation from the church. Born in Lyon, the fifth of eight Catholic children, Henri Grouès (Lavernhe) plans to join the monastery, only for WWII to intervene. Learning of the persecution of Jews and patriots, he joins the French Resistance to help those fleeing oppression by the Gestapo, himself forced to use several false identities to avoid capture. As “Abbé Pierre”, by which he will then be known, Henri is exposed to the devastation of war, but also bears witness to the compassion and strength of brotherhood and the liberation of Paris; he emerges from the maelstrom a changed man. Accompanied by his Resistance ally and confidante Lucie Coutaz (an excellent Emmanuelle Bercot), Abbé Pierre is destined to live many lives and face multiple battles: as a revolutionary, a state representative, the founder of the Emmaus network of housing shelters and a national icon, but always answerable to history and his fellow man. A major word-of-mouth sensation and box office success in France in late 2023, Tellier’s grand, big-budget production features a stirring soundtrack by The National’s Bryce Dessner, but is truly elevated by the remarkable Lavernhe, who is widely tipped for César recognition for his stellar performance. Spanning 70 years of recent history, ABBÉ PIERRE is an uplifting and memorable drama that – in capturing the feelings, doubts and contradictions of an inspirational man - speaks eloquently to the concerns of our current era.

Saturday 6, April

Monday 8, April

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AFFFF OPENING NIGHT - Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

AFFFF OPENING NIGHT - Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

MMature themes, violence and coarse language

Join us for the official opening night with drinks and nibbles on arrival and the screening of The Three Musketeers – D’Artagnan Alexandre Dumas’s thrilling and beloved classic novel The Three Musketeers has spawned multiple adaptations since its publication in 1844, but none have approached the scope and spectacle of this wildly entertaining, blockbuster two-film production from director Martin Bourboulon, who assembles an all-star cast for the first French cinematic treatment in over 30 years. Set in the early 17th century kingdom of France, the opening instalment D’ARTAGNAN follows a spirited young swordsman, Charles D’Artagnan (François Civil), on his journey from Gascony to Paris to join the King’s elite Musketeers of the Guard. Along the way, he narrowly escapes death whilst heroically saving a woman from being kidnapped. In his efforts to enlist, D’Artagnan manages to offend the sensibilities of three of the most formidable Musketeers in the ranks, Athos (Vincent Cassel), Porthos (Pio Marmaï) and Aramis (Romain Duris)… But D'Artagnan soon wins them over, and his dedication to help his newfound friends and serve King Louis XIII (Louis Garrel) will lead him not only into the path of the mysterious Milady de Winter (Eva Green) and the Queen's consort Constance (Lyna Khoudri), but the heart of a conspiracy where the future of the nation itself is at stake… France’s biggest box-office success of 2023, Bourboulon’s magnificent production - lavishly produced with a budget of over €70 million - is both respectful of its source but enriched with contemporary touches; the film is chock-full of humour, romance, palace intrigue and pulse-pounding action. THE THREE MUSKETEERS: D’ARTAGNAN unquestionably delivers as a smart and hugely-involving big-screen experience for all ages. Audiences are assured of lining up for the thrilling conclusion, MILADY, within moments of the end credits.

Thursday 4, April

All Your Faces

All Your Faces

MA 15+

A powerhouse cast - Adèle Exarchopoulos (Blue Is the Warmest Colour) and Gilles Lellouche (Kompromat, AF FFF22) - headlines this compelling drama about France’s Restorative Justice program, first introduced in Australia in 2001 and later in France in 2014. The program brings together crime victims and offenders in a controlled environment for open dialogue. The film follows two stories, in which six characters, three offenders and three victims, cautiously take part in this process. Their experiences veer between anger and hope, alliances and torn relationships, realisations, and regained trust. For some, there is even the possibility of restoration... Praised for her ‘talent for unearthing fascinating subjects and bringing them to the wider public’s attention without ever betraying their essence,’ writer/director Jeanne Herry (In Safe Hands, AF FFF19) dramatises the sometimes-controversial program that assists criminals to take responsibility for their actions and helps victims heal. Told with honesty and empathy, All Your Faces explores how the unspeakable can be subverted to guide characters on journeys of self-realisation and forgiveness in this intelligent and emotional film.

Friday 5, April

Monday 8, April

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Argylle

Argylle

MViolence and coarse language

From the twisted mind of Matthew Vaughn (Kingsman franchise, Kick-Ass) comes Argylle, a razor-witted, reality-bending, globe-encircling spy thriller. Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World franchise) is Elly Conway, the reclusive author of a series of best-selling espionage novels, whose idea of bliss is a night at home with her computer and her cat, Alfie. But when the plots of Elly’s fictional books—which center on secret agent Argylle and his mission to unravel a global spy syndicate—begin to mirror the covert actions of a real-life spy organization, quiet evenings at home become a thing of the past. Accompanied by Aiden (Oscar® winner Sam Rockwell), a cat-allergic spy, Elly (carrying Alfie in her backpack) races across the world to stay one step ahead of the killers as the line between Elly’s fictional world and her real one begins to blur.

Thursday 22, February

Sunday 25, February

Wednesday 28, February

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Bob Marley: One Love

Bob Marley: One Love

MViolence and occasional coarse language

BOB MARLEY: ONE LOVE celebrates the life and music of an icon who inspired generations through his message of love and unity. On the big screen for the first time, discover Bob’s powerful story of overcoming adversity and the journey behind his revolutionary music. Produced in partnership with the Marley family and starring Kingsley Ben-Adir as the legendary musician and Lashana Lynch as his wife Rita.

Thursday 22, February

Friday 23, February

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

Wednesday 28, February

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Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Force of Nature: The Dry 2

Mmature themes & coarse language

In Force of Nature: The Dry 2, when five women take part in a corporate hiking retreat and only four come out on the other side, Federal Agents Aaron Falk and Carmen Cooper head deep into the Victorian mountain ranges to investigate in the hopes of finding their whistle-blowing informant, Alice Russell, alive.

Thursday 22, February

Friday 23, February

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

Wednesday 28, February

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Gladiator

Gladiator

MMedium level violence, Adult themes

Once a great Roman General, Maximus (Russell Crowe) has been forced into exile and slavery by Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix) the jealous heir to the Emperor's throne. During his captivity, Maximus trains as a gladiator and returns to Rome, intent on avenging the murder of his family by killing Commodus, now Emperor.

Friday 23, February

Iris and the Men

Iris and the Men

CTC

After the smash-hit international success of 'Antoinette In The Cévennes', writer/director Caroline Vignal and the fabulous Laure Calamy reunite for a comedy about reignited desire in the modern age. “They’re not”. This is how Iris (Calamy) answers her doctor when she is asked how things are going with her husband (Vincent Elbaz). The words slip from her mouth like a brutal realisation: how long has it been since they last made love? Yet everything else is great: her partner loves her, they have two happy daughters, she runs a successful medical practice, lives in a beautiful apartment and has the best friends one could hope for... But soon Iris will be turning 50. It is a stranger who whispers the seed of an idea: “Take a lover”. So she dares open Pandora’s box, and hesitantly registers herself on a dating app. Immediately, men start to appear, as if it were raining… So begins this cheeky, joyous and conversation-starting delight, in which Calamy completes her transformation from quirky character actress into unadulterated comedic star.

Saturday 6, April

Monday 8, April

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Jeanne du Barry

Jeanne du Barry

CTC

The lavish new historical drama from writer/director Maïwenn (Mon Rois, Polisse), JEANNE DU BARRY is freely inspired by the life of the titular rags-to-riches social climber, a working-class woman who became the mistress of King Louis XV, played with taciturn command by Johnny Depp in his first French-language speaking role. 18th Century, pre-Revolution France. Jeanne Bécu (Maïwenn), the illegitimate daughter of a monk, hungers for culture and pleasure, and is determined to escape her commoner upbringing. With charm and sharp wit, she builds a reputation as a skilled courtesan and her benefactor, the Comte du Barry (Melvil Poupaud) grows rich through her amorous encounters. Wishing to present her to the widowed King (Depp), a renowned womaniser, the Comte orchestrates a meeting through the influential Duke of Richelieu (Pierre Richard). For Jeanne and Louis, it’s intoxication at first sight; soon the King, rediscovering his appetite for life, anoints her as his new favourite. Unapologetically ignoring propriety and etiquette, with the help of his valet La Borde (a scene-stealing Benjamin Lavernhe), Louis moves her into his Versailles palace, sparking both derision and scandal... and jeopardising relations with the newly-arrived Marie Antoinette (Pauline Pollmann), the Austrian queen-in-waiting... Finding mordant delight in the intrigues and rituals of high court life, JEANNE DU BARRY is a visual feast – sumptuously filmed in 35mm on location at Versailles and featuring majestic costumes and production design. In tracing a passionate woman, guilty only of trying to rise above her station, Maïwenn delivers an exuberant and sensitive portrait of class, ambition and both the rewards and risks of living in the public eye.

Sunday 7, April

Monday 8, April

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Madame Web

Madame Web

MViolence

"Meanwhile, in another universe…” In a switch from the typical genre, Madame Web tells the standalone origin story of one of Marvel publishing's most enigmatic heroines. The suspense-driven thriller stars Dakota Johnson as Cassandra Webb, a paramedic in Manhattan who may have clairvoyant abilities. Forced to confront revelations about her past, she forges a relationship with three young women destined for powerful futures...if they can all survive a deadly present.

Thursday 22, February

Friday 23, February

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

Wednesday 28, February

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Mr. Blake at Your Service

Mr. Blake at Your Service

CTC

Straight from the pages of Gilles Legardinier’s international hit novel, Complètement Cramé!, comes a highly anticipated romantic comedy-drama featuring the dynamic duo of John Malkovich and Fanny Ardant (The Colours of Fire, AF FFF23), reuniting them on screen for the first time since Casanova Variations in 2015. Malkovich's brilliant underrated comedic style is on full display as he takes on the role of the charming British businessman, Andrew Blake. In a twist of fate, Blake becomes the butler of the Domaine de Beauvillier estate, owned by the graceful and aloof Madame de Beauvillier (Ardant). A once-distinguished manor house, the estate is now a shadow of itself, with rooms, staff, and residents all longing for better days. Mr. Blake At Your Service! is Gilles Legardinier's debut, with him directing and adapting the film from his own novel. The book has taken the literary world by storm, being translated into 17 languages and selling over a million copies across 22 countries. Co-starring Cannes best actress winner Émilie Dequenne (Rosetta), this very sweet and humorous film explores culture clashes, unexpected friendships, and second chances at happiness. Prepare yourselves for a heart-warming cinematic experience which will leave you grinning.

Saturday 6, April

Monday 8, April

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Pixar Film Fest: Soul

Pixar Film Fest: Soul

PGMild themes and occasional coarse language

What is it that makes you...YOU? Pixar Animation Studios’ all-new feature film “Soul” introduces Joe Gardner (voice of Jamie Foxx) – a middle-school band teacher who gets the chance of a lifetime to play at the best jazz club in town. But one small misstep takes him from the streets of New York City to The Great Before – a fantastical place where new souls get their personalities, quirks and interests before they go to Earth. Determined to return to his life, Joe teams up with a precocious soul, 22 (voice of Tina Fey), who has never understood the appeal of the human experience. As Joe desperately tries to show 22 what’s great about living, he may just discover the answers to some of life’s most important questions. Directed by Academy Award® winner Pete Docter (“Inside Out,” “Up”), co-directed by Kemp Powers (“One Night in Miami”) and produced by Academy Award nominee Dana Murray, p.g.a. (Pixar short “Lou”).

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

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Poor Things

Poor Things

MA15+Strong themes, sex, coarse language and nudity

From filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos and producer Emma Stone comes the incredible tale and fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter (Stone), a young woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter (Willem Dafoe). Under Baxter’s protection, Bella is eager to learn. Hungry for the worldliness she is lacking, Bella runs off with Duncan Wedderburn (Mark Ruffalo), a slick and debauched lawyer, on a whirlwind adventure across the continents. Free from the prejudices of her times, Bella grows steadfast in her purpose to stand for equality and liberation. Based on the book by Alasdair Gray, the screenplay was written by Tony McNamara, making this the second collaboration between Lanthimos and McNamara (THE FAVOURITE). The movie was produced by Ed Guiney, Andrew Lowe, Yorgos Lanthimos, and Emma Stone.

Thursday 22, February

Friday 23, February

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

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Priscilla

Priscilla

MMature themes, drug use and coarse language

When teenage Priscilla Beaulieu meets Elvis Presley at a party, the man who is already a meteoric rock-and-roll superstar becomes someone entirely unexpected in private moments: a thrilling crush, an ally in loneliness, a vulnerable best friend. Through Priscilla’s eyes, Sofia Coppola tells the unseen side of a great American myth in Elvis and Priscilla's long courtship and turbulent marriage, from a German army base to his dream-world estate at Graceland, in this deeply felt and ravishingly detailed portrait of love, fantasy, and fame.

Thursday 22, February

Friday 23, February

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

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Suddenly

Suddenly

Suddenly is guaranteed to raise the pulse and heartbeat of its audience! Together for five years, Ben (Gilles Lellouche, Farewell Mr. Haffman AF FFF22) and Laura (the astonishing Mélanie Thierry, Memoir of War, AF FFF19), decide to embark on a global sailing journey. A detour to a remote island near the Antarctic coast takes an unexpected turn when a storm hits, causing their boat to vanish. Isolated from the world and suddenly alone, facing danger and the approaching winter, they must now struggle both for survival and the preservation of their relationship. Ben and Laura will have to do things they never imagined, and confront questions they never thought they would have to ask: is it better to survive alone, or to die together? This epic tale of romance and survival marks the latest work written and directed by Thomas Bidegain, renowned for his collaborations with director Jacques Audiard on films such as A Prophet and Rust and Bone. An adaptation from the novel Soudain, seuls by French author and sailor Isabelle Autissier, Suddenly is a gripping and passionate film about navigating extremes, in life and in love. Not to be missed!

Sunday 7, April

Monday 8, April

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The Beekeeper

The Beekeeper

MA15+Strong action violence and coarse language

The fast-paced action-thriller, which is steeped in the mythology of beekeeping, follows a man’s personal journey of vengeance which takes on national stakes after he is revealed to be a former operative of a powerful and clandestine organization known as the ‘Beekeepers’.

Thursday 22, February

Friday 23, February

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

Wednesday 28, February

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The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

MMature themes, violence and coarse language

Alexandre Dumas’s thrilling and beloved classic novel The Three Musketeers has spawned multiple adaptations since its publication in 1844, but none have approached the scope and spectacle of this wildly entertaining, blockbuster two-film production from director Martin Bourboulon, who assembles an all-star cast for the first French cinematic treatment in over 30 years. Set in the early 17th century kingdom of France, the opening instalment D’ARTAGNAN follows a spirited young swordsman, Charles D’Artagnan (François Civil), on his journey from Gascony to Paris to join the King’s elite Musketeers of the Guard. Along the way, he narrowly escapes death whilst heroically saving a woman from being kidnapped. In his efforts to enlist, D’Artagnan manages to offend the sensibilities of three of the most formidable Musketeers in the ranks, Athos (Vincent Cassel), Porthos (Pio Marmaï) and Aramis (Romain Duris)… But D'Artagnan soon wins them over, and his dedication to help his newfound friends and serve King Louis XIII (Louis Garrel) will lead him not only into the path of the mysterious Milady de Winter (Eva Green) and the Queen's consort Constance (Lyna Khoudri), but the heart of a conspiracy where the future of the nation itself is at stake… France’s biggest box-office success of 2023, Bourboulon’s magnificent production - lavishly produced with a budget of over €70 million - is both respectful of its source but enriched with contemporary touches; the film is chock-full of humour, romance, palace intrigue and pulse-pounding action. THE THREE MUSKETEERS: D’ARTAGNAN unquestionably delivers as a smart and hugely-involving big-screen experience for all ages. Audiences are assured of lining up for the thrilling conclusion, MILADY, within moments of the end credits.

Monday 8, April