Current Films

Tickets are $15.00 across the board, unless noted otherwise

The Way, My Way

Rating: PG - Course language

Running time: 1hr 40mins


Directed by Bill Bennett

The true story of a stubborn, self-centred Australian man who decides to walk the 800-kilometre-long Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route through Spain. He doesn’t know why he’s doing it… but one step at a time, it will change him and his outlook on life forever. Based on Bill Bennett’s best-selling memoir of the same name.

Bob Marley: One Love

Rating: M - Drug use & violence

Running time: 1hr 47mins


Friday, 7 June at 7pm
Wednesday, 12 June at 6:30pm

Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green

The story of how reggae icon Bob Marley overcame adversity, and the journey behind his revolutionary music. This biographical film 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.

Stop Making Sense

Rating: G

Running time: 1hr 27mins


Thursday, 16 May at 7pm
Sunday, 26 May at 6:30pm
Wednesday, 5 June at 6:30pm

Featuring Talking Heads in one of the greatest concert films of all time!

Newly restored in 4K to coincide with its 40th anniversary last September, the 1984 film was directed by renowned filmmaker Jonathan Demme and is considered by critics as the greatest concert films of all time.

Starring core band members David Byrne, Tina Weymouth, Chris Frantz and Jerry Harrison along with Bernie Worrell, Alex Weir, Steve Scales, Lynn Mabry and Edna Holt. The live performance was shot over the course of three nights in Hollywood's Pantages Theatre in December 1983 and features Talking Heads' most memorable songs.

20th Century Women

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

Running time: 1hr 59mins

Wednesday, 29 May at 6:30pm

Directed by Mike Mills

A story of love, life, and the struggles of a mother bringing up a son in the late 70's. Set in Santa Barbara, the film follows Dorothea Fields (Annette Bening), a determined single mother in her mid-50s who is raising her adolescent son, Jamie (Lucas Jade Zumann) at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion. Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women in Jamie’s upbringing – via Abbie (Greta Gerwig), a free-spirited punk artist living as a boarder in the Fields’ home, and Julie (Elle Fanning), a savvy and provocative teenage neighbour.

The Moon Is Upside Down

Rating: M - Offensive language & sex scenes

Running time: 1hr 39mins


Directed by Loren Taylor

In this New Zealand black comedy, three women - a duped mail-order bride, a numbed anaesthetist determined to have a romantic weekend, and an empty nester on an unexpected mission of mercy - each navigates her way through an unfamiliar landscape and the contours of the human heart.

Loren Taylor wrote, directs and stars as Briar in The Moon Is Upside Down, which she describes as “an existential cathartic comedy.” Alongside Loren The Moon Is Upside Down stars some of New Zealand’s most revered actors, including Elizabeth Hawthorne, Robbie Magasiva, Robyn Malcolm, Rachel House and Jemaine Clement, who are joined by incredible international talent Victoria Haralabidou.

'An uproarious and cleverly dark-humoured rollercoaster. A must-watch, a thought-provoking examination of connection, loneliness, and the unpredictable twists of fate'. Tallinn Black Nights

The Castle

Rating: M

Running time: 1hr 25min

Sunday, 2 June at 6:30pm

Directed by Rob Sitch

Australian comedy about a family who happily reside near the busy Melbourne airport. But when the Government and airline authorities attempt to force them to leave their home, the family fight for their right to stay, taking the battle all the way to the High Court. Stars Michael Caton and Eric Bana. Best Original Screenplay winner at the 1997 Australian Film Institute Awards.