Current Films

Tickets are $15.00 across the board, not bad eh!

Show Me Shorts

Rating: M Drug use & offensive language.

Running time: 1hr 45mins

Bookings - text your details to 027 590 2117, please arrive 30 mins before screening to
fulfill your booking.

Show Me Shorts is New Zealand’s leading international short film festival and we are thrilled to have it for another year at the Dome! One night only!

Sit back and enjoy some of the best and most vibrant short films from Aotearoa New Zealand and around the world. This collection provides a great way to sample what Show Me Shorts is all about. Witness magical Colombian furniture, vicious Scottish lightning and village edicts from a powerful Sudanese matriarch. Fly a starship with your dad, or just chill with him and your imaginary friend. Just try to avoid the hitman…

The Garden of Evil

Rating: E


Documentary telling the tragic stories of Kiwi yachting hero Sir Peter Blake, who was murdered in the Brazilian Amazon, and Kiwi conservationist Captain Pete Bethune, who survived a brutal stabbing in the same region 16 years later. Bethune and three investigative journalists seek to unravel the connections between corruption, organised crime, and violence in one of the most dangerous ports on the Amazon.

Queens Bees

Rating: PG, Coarse language, drug use & sexual references

Running time: 1hr 42mins

A woman new to a retirement village discovers new friends, another chance at love, and "mean girls" who need to be put in their place in this star-studded cast.

The Rosemaker

Rating: M, Offensive language

Running time: 1hr 35mins

When times get tough, a passionate rose-grower used to living in isolation is forced to hire workers who know nothing about gardening in this comedic French drama.


Rating: TBA

Running time: 1hr 47mins

Twenty years ago, Billy Elliot showed us that boys can dance and now Miss will win hearts as it proves that boys can compete in beauty pageants. The new film by Ruben Alves (The Gilded Cage) is a feel-good story about overcoming hardship and prejudice, with a fun and light-hearted commentary on how attitudes towards gender are shaped. It is the best kind of thought-provoking film: one that is celebratory and joyful.

The Pinkies are Back

Rating: PG, offensive language

Running time: 1hr 35mins

A heart-warming documentary following a group of extraordinary Kiwi women on a journey to rebuild a dragon-boating team, despite some never having held a paddle before. From director Lisa Burd (Let's Talk About Sex).

Breaking Bread

Rating: M, offensive language

Running time: 1hr 25mins

Feel-good foodie documentary following a group of chefs taking part in the A-Sham Festival in Haifa, Israel, with the goal of uniting Arabs and Jews over their shared love of cuisine. Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel, the creator of A-Sham and the first Muslim Arab to win Israel's MasterChef, is on a quest to make social change through food.