Current Films

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

The Breaker Upperers

Rating: M Drug use, sex scenes, sexual references & offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 21 mins

Jackie van Beek (What We Do in the Shadows) and Madeleine Sami (Sione's Wedding) are two romance cynics running a business breaking up unhappy couples in this New Zealand buddy comedy. Written and directed by van Beek and Sami, the film also features James Rolleston (Boy), Australian comedian Celia Pacquola (TV's Rosehaven), Rima Te Wiata (Housebound) and Cohen Holloway (Hunt for the Wilderpeople).

Code Girl - brought to you by The Mind Lab

Rating: Doco

Running time: 1hr 47mins

The Mind Lab by Unitec presents 'CodeGirl' at the Dome Cinema, Gisborne, on Wednesday 23rd May 2018.

'Girls from around the world try to better their communities through technology and collaboration in this thrilling, heartfelt documentary.'

$10.00 per ticket with all proceeds going to coding workshops for young girls in Gisborne.

The Dome Bar will be open for food and drinks from 5pm.

For tickets, email or pop into our lab at The Mind Lab by Unitec, Shed 3, Esplanade, Inner Kaiti 4010.

This event is part of Techweek, New Zealand's annual festival of innovation.

Swagger of Thieves

Rating: R16 Drug use & offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 46 mins

Friday 1st June 8pm & Friday 8th June 8pm!

Julian Boshier's all-access portrait of Wellington rock n roll institution Head Like a Hole's Nigel 'Booga' Beazley and Nigel Regan at home, on the road and in full roar.

"Swagger of Thieves director Julian Boshier has worked for half a decade on this film. Sometime during that marathon of bloody-minded perseverance, he has earned the trust and respect of Nigel ‘Booga’ Beazley and Nigel Regan, the ever-collapsing binary stars who are the guts of any HLAH line up. Boshier finds the two men staring down the age with belligerence, vulnerability, shamelessness and honesty. There is no legacy polishing here, and no one’s feelings are spared." (New Zealand International Film Festival)

Mr Stein Goes Online

Rating: M Offensive language & sexual references

Running time: 1 hr 41 mins

Pierre Richard (The Fugitives), one of France’s supreme elder farceurs, stars in Stéphane Robelin's (All Together) modern take on the Cyrano de Bergerac story.

"Pierre is a retired widower who hasn’t left his house for two years. On the insistence of his daughter, he learns how to indulge in the delights of the Internet, thanks to some patience from a young man, Alex (Yaniss Lespert, What’s in a Name?), who is hired as Pierre’s computer tutor. On a dating site, Pierre meets the young and gorgeous ‘flora63’ (Fanny Valette, Little Jerusalem) who wants to meet him. But, given Pierre has used Alex’s head shot for his profile, he needs to convince Alex to take his place at the rendezvous."

Kangaroo, a Love Hate Story

Rating: Doco

Running time: 1 hr 43 mins

This groundbreaking film reveals the truth surrounding Australia’s love-hate relationship with its beloved icon. The kangaroo image is proudly used by top companies, sports teams and as tourist souvenirs, yet when they hop across the vast continent some consider them to be pests to be shot and sold for profit. KANGAROO unpacks a national paradigm where the relationship with kangaroos is examined.

Lost in Paris

Rating: M Offensive language & sexual references

Running time: 1 hr 23 mins

Filmed in Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon's signature whimsical style, LOST IN PARIS stars the filmmakers as a small-town Canadian librarian and a strangely seductive, oddly egotistical vagabond.

When Fiona's (Gordon) orderly life is disrupted by a letter of distress from her 88-year-old Aunt Martha (delightfully portrayed by Academy Award (R)-nominee Emmanuelle Riva) who is living in Paris, Fiona hops on the first plane she can and arrives only to discover that Martha has disappeared. In an avalanche of spectacular disasters, she encounters Dom (Abel), the affable, but annoying tramp who just won't leave her alone. Replete with the amazing antics and intricately choreographed slapstick that has come to define Abel and Gordon's work, LOST IN PARIS is a wondrously fun and hectic tale of peculiar people finding love while lost in the City of Lights.

Exhibition on Screen: David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts

Rating: Doco

Running time: 1 hr 20 mins

Thurs 31 May, 6pm & Sunday 10 June 6pm

Documentary featuring David Hockney's 2012 A Bigger Picture and 2016 82 Portraits and One Still Life exhibitions.

Featuring intimate and in-depth interviews with Hockney, this revealing film focuses on two blockbuster exhibitions held in 2012 and 2016 at the Royal Academy of Art in London. Director Phil Grabsky secured privileged access to craft this cinematic celebration of a 21st century master of creativity.