Current Films

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

Funny Cow

Rating: R16 Domestic violence, sexual material & offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 42 mins

STARTS 26 JULY
“A woman with a funnybone for a backbone”

‘Funny Cow’ charts the rise to stardom of a female comedienne through the 1970’s and 1980’s. It is set against the backdrop of working men’s clubs and the stand-up comedy circuit of the North of England.

From her troubled childhood to her turbulent adult relationships, the Funny Cow uses the raw material of her life experiences to bring her unique style of comedy to the stage. A stand-up comedienne in an all-male world, ‘Funny Cow’ delivers tragedy and comedy in equal measure.

Maxine Peake plays the role of a lifetime as ‘Funny Cow’ with Tony Pitts as her violent soul mate ‘Bob’, Paddy Considine acts as her middle class lover ‘Angus’ and Stephen Graham plays her brother ‘Mike’.

Starring: Maxine Peake, Paddy Considine, Tony Pitts, Stephen Graham, Alun Armstrong, Kevin Eldon, Lindsey Coulson, Christine Bottomley, Hannah Walters, Diane Morgan, Jim Moir, John Bishop, Bobby Knutt, Richard Hawley and Corinne Bailey Rae.

Original Songs and Music Composed by: Richard Hawley.

Occupation

Rating: M Violence & offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 59 mins

STARTS 26 JULY
Outback alien invasion actioner with Dan Ewing and Temuera Morrison as part of a mob of locals that rise up against the intruders.

After their small Australian country town is annihilated by an overwhelming airborne attack, a group of civilians evade capture and discover they are now among the last remaining survivors of an extraterrestrial invasion engulfing the entire planet.

Andy Irons: Kissed by God

Rating: Doco

Running time: 1 hr 40 mins

The Dome is pleased to present an exclusive short season of Andy Irons: Kissed By God. Screenings are 6pm and 8pm on both Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th August. Pre sales are available at Aviary - we recommend you buy a ticket to avoid disappointment.

A film about bipolar disorder and opioid addiction as seen through the life of three-time world champion surfer Andy Irons.

Andy struggled with the same demons that millions of people worldwide battle with daily. Andy was an incredible presence on the world stage as the “People’s Champion.” He was the pride of Hawaii and revered around the world for his blue collar rise to fame and success. However, many were unaware of his internal battles that led to his demise. As the opioid crisis rises to a national emergency in the United States, the untold story of Andy’s life serves to tear down the myths associated with these two ferocious diseases.

The Escape

Rating: M Sex scenes & offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 45 mins

STARTS JULY 12

Tara (Gemma Arterton) loves her children deeply and to all those around her, her life is seemingly perfect. But Tara feels trapped. She knows there is something fundamentally missing. Something unfulfilled. Something unknown . When her friends and family fail to understand the depth of her desperation, her ideas and feelings are so overwhelming that she has to run away, to find a place where she can be herself again. She goes on a courageous and perilous journey, leaving her husband and abandoning her children. Through a series of dangerous and incendiary encounters, she discovers the woman she really is, what she really feels and the life she really wants.

Hunt For The Wilderpeople

Rating: PG Violence, coarse language, some scenes may disturb young children

Running time: 1 hr 41 mins

Taika Waititi's (Boy) adaptation of Barry Crump's Wild Pork and Watercress. A national manhunt is ordered for rebellious kid Ricky (Julian Dennison) and his foster uncle (Sam Neill) who go missing in the wild New Zealand bush.

"Raised on hip-hop and foster care, defiant city kid Ricky (Julian Dennison) gets a fresh start in the New Zealand countryside. He quickly finds himself at home with his new foster family: the loving Aunt Bella (Rima Te Wiata), the cantankerous Uncle Hec (Sam Neill), and dog Tupac. When a tragedy strikes that threatens to ship Ricky to another home, both he and Hec go on the run in the bush.

"As a national manhunt ensues, the newly branded outlaws must face their options: go out in a blaze of glory or overcome their differences and survive as a family.
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"Equal parts road comedy and coming-of-age drama, director Taika Waititi masterfully weaves lively humor with emotionally honest performances by Sam Neill and Julian Dennison. Never short on laughs, this touching story reminds us about the journey that growing up is (at any age) and those who help us along the way." (Sundance Film Festival)

Double Lover

Rating: R18 Violence, sexual violence, sex scenes & content that may disturb

Running time: 1 hour 47 mins

STARTS July 5
Psychological erotic thriller from François Ozon (In the House) about an emotionally troubled former model, the psychoanalyst she falls for, and the discovery of his double identity.

Edie

Rating: M Offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 42 mins

STARTS JUNE 27

Sheila Hancock is at her sublime best as Edie, an octogenarian woman who, in the aftermath of the death of her controlling husband, decides to fulfil a long-held dream of climbing a Scottish mountain. Against her daughter’s wishes, she heads to Scotland and employs Jonny (Kevin Guthrie) to help her get the right equipment and train her for the gruelling climb. As the pair talk, bicker and have fun, they reveal more about their lives to each other, all set against the stunning backdrop of the Scottish Highlands.

C'est La Vie

Rating: M Offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 57 mins

STARTS JUNE 21
Directing duo Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano (The Intouchables) reunite for this catering mishap comedy featuring Jean-Pierre Bacri (Look at Me).

"Max (Bacri) is a battle-weary veteran of the wedding-planning racket. His latest — and last — gig is a hell of a fête, involving stuffy period costumes for the caterers, a vain, hyper-sensitive singer who thinks he's a Gallic James Brown, and a morose, micromanaging groom determined to make Max's night as miserable as possible. But what makes the affair too bitter to endure is that Max's colleague and ostensible girlfriend, Joisette (Suzanne Clément), seems to have written him off, coolly going about her professional duties while openly flirting with a much younger server. It's going to be a very long night… especially once the groom's aerial serenade gets underway." (Toronto International Film Festival)

Interlude In Prague

Rating: M Violence & sexual violence

Running time: 1 hr 43 mins

STARTS 2ND AUGUST
From the producer of Gosford Park and director John Stephenson (Five Children and It, The Christmas Candle), Interlude in Prague is love story and a tragedy of epic proportions.

Tired of demonstrating his talents to a privileged elite, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is brought to the Bohemian city of Prague by Baron Saloka, a vain and self-obsessed aristocrat, whose dark presence permeates everyone’s lives. On his arrival, Mozart is happy to have found the one place on earth where he feels his talent is appreciated and sets about creating a new opera. However, his unconventional presence and forbidden affair with young soprano Zuzanna soon unleashes a series of dramatic and tragic events. Overwhelmed by the tangled web of lust, violence and intrigue that surrounds him, Mozart finds inspiration to create the astonishing and dramatic piece of music that will become the operatic masterpiece, Don Giovanni.

LBJ

Rating: M Violence & offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 37 mins

STARTS 9 August

Woody Harrelson is U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson in this Rob Reiner-directed biopic charting his life leading up to his days in office.

Lyndon Johnson goes from being a powerful Senate majority leader to a powerless Vice President before he becomes the President of the United States following the assassination of John F. Kennedy.