Current Films

Tickets are $14.00 across the board, not bad eh!


Rating: M Violence, offensive language, sex scenes & content that may disturb

Running time: 1 hr 47mins

Game of Thrones's Iwan Rheon stars in this true story WWII drama about the Poles who joined the Royal Air Force to help push back the Nazis. Directed by BAFTA and Emmy Award winner David Blair.

Having seen Poland crumble and France capitulate, Polish pilot Jan Zumbach (Rheon) and his Air Force comrades join the British RAF to fight during the Battle of Britain. The Poles must overcome exhaustion, nerves and the distrust of their new British comrades while they fight to save their own country above a foreign land

Ocean Film Tour - Vol. 5

Rating: Doco

Running time: 2 hrs

Adventure. Action. Ocean Life. The International OCEAN FILM TOUR Volume 5 is on its way with the best ocean adventures and environmental documentaries on board. 120 minutes packed with the most inspiring stories from the seven seas and the best watersports action of the year.
With 120 mins of sea-soaked action here are some of the titles:

PARADIGM LOST: Kai Lenny—kitesurfer, windsurfer, and big-wave, tow-in, and stand-up paddle surfer—is aptly described as a total waterman. The 25-year-old Hawaiian, who stepped on a surfboard for the first time at the age of five, is regarded as an exceptional talent. Like no other surfer out there, Lenny thrives on the water, feeling his way into the wind and waves, independent of the equipment. In Paradigm Lost, he shows us the ultimate watersports action in a variety of disciplines and in the best spots worldwide!

THE BIG WAVE PROJECT: The name „Nazaré“ makes all surfers’ hearts beat faster. The small fishing village on the Atlantic coast of Portugal has become synonymous with gargantuan mountains of water, massive waves that push the world’s big wave elite to its limits. When the tide is high in Nazaré and sets of Atlantic storms roll onto shore, only the best surfers dare to get in the water. We come aboard for a wild ride with Sebastian Steudtner, Garrett McNamara and Andrew Cotton.

WATER II: An ode to waves. Morgan Maassen plunges under the water with his high-contrast, slow-motion camera to show us the world, the waves, and the sea from a new perspective. WATER II is Maassen‘s visual declaration of love for his muse, the sea.

Check out the for the full program and trailers.

Making the Grade

Rating: E - exempt

Running time: 1 hr 27 mins

"The ultimate feel-good film" Sunday World, 4 stars
"Utterly charming" The TImes, 4 stars

MAKING THE GRADE invites us into the world of the piano lesson. Every year teachers and students throughout Ireland prepare for graded musical exams. These exams can be pleasing for some but daunting for others. Each student has their own particular goal but reaching Grade Eight is considered a pinnacle.

This endearing and uplifting documentary explores the bond between piano teachers and their pupils as they struggle through these grades. This is a story of the transformative power of music and the pride and happiness it provides both the students and teachers. It may inspire us all to keep making the grade.

The Happy Prince

Rating: M Offensive language, nudity, drug use & sexual references

Running time: 1 hr 45 mins

Rupert Everett's directorial debut chronicles an ailing Oscar Wilde's last days while exiled in France. As Oscar lies on his death bed, the past comes flooding back to him, transporting him to other times and places. Everett stars alongside Colin Firth and Emily Watson.


Rating: M Violence, offensive language & drug use

Running time: 1 hr 30 mins

Cybill Shepherd is a widow who takes off across the Southwest in a motorised wheelchair in this road trip drama co-starring James Brolin.

A widowed ex-cop discovers that she may have a life threatening illness, and decides to go on a solo road trip to explore the beauty of the Southwest. On her journey, Rose discovers more than just the simple beauty of New Mexico when she meets - and falls in love with - Max (Brolin), an old cowboy who comes to a crossroads of his own.


Rating: M

Running time: 2 hrs 3 mis


CAPHARNAÜM is a socially charged neorealist parable of the will to survive and childhood ingenuity, charged with emotion interlaced with warmth and humour.

After being jailed for committing a violent crime, Zain, a mistreated 12-year-old boy, sues his parents for giving him life. Zain is part of a large family that lives hand to mouth in a crammed, crumbling apartment. The kids work instead of attend school as their parents cannot afford it. When his 11-year-old sister is sold into marriage out of desperation, Zain flees his troubled family in the hope of finding a better life. An illegal Ethiopian worker, Rahil, takes pity on Zain while he is wandering the streets begging. She takes him to her shanty house where she lives with her baby, Yonas, and lovingly cares for Zain in a way his parents never did. Zain is suddenly left as Yonas’ sole caretaker when Rahil disappears, and is forced to resort to increasingly desperate measures to survive.

Director Nadine Labaki (Where Do We Go Now?) cast non-professional actors from backgrounds similar to their characters, resulting in authentic and extraordinary performances that you will not forget.