Current Films

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

The Mole Agent

Rating: G, Very mild themes

Running time: 1hr 29mins

Nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 2021 Academy Awards, this Chilean film follows an 83-year-old man who agrees to be a mole planted within a retirement home under suspicion of elder abuse. However, the mole starts to waver from his task when he becomes wrapped up in the lives of his fellow residents.

The Man in the Hat

Rating: PG, Sexual references

Running time: 1hr 35mins

With five angry men chasing him, the Man in the Hat jumps in a small Fait 500 and drives through France in this light-hearted comedy. Accompanied by a framed photograph of an unknown woman, he encountering various characters and locals during his travels... potentially finding lost love too.

The Godmother

Rating: M, Violence, offensive language & drug references

Running time: 1 hr 44mins

The great Isabelle Huppert leads this French crime comedy as a translator for the police who, in a strange twist of fate, flips to the other side of the drug dealing coin.

Dating Amber

Rating: R16, Sex scenes, sexual content, drug use & offensive language

Running time: 1hr 32mins

To stop everyone speculating about their sexuality, Eddie and Amber fake a relationship together in this comedic Irish tale.

The Ice Road

Rating: TBA

Running time: 1hr 48mins

STARTS 23 SEPT

Liam Neeson leads this natural disaster thriller about an ice driver who takes it upon himself to lead a desperate rescue mission to save a group of miners trapped in a diamond mine.

THE SWIMMER - Far Out! Film Night

Running time: 1hr 35mins

FAR OUT! Presents:
Burt Lancaster in:
THE SWIMMER (1969)

Tue 28th September - doors at 5:30 - show at 6:30

On a sunny day in an affluent suburb, a man drops by a pool party being held by old friends. They offer him a cocktail while nursing hangovers from the night before. As they share stories, he realizes there is a series of backyard swimming pools making it possible for him to "swim his way home". He dives into the pool, emerging at the other end and beginning his journey. His behavior perplexes his friends, who apparently know worrisome things about his recent past which he seems to have forgotten. Based on a short story of the same name originally published in the New Yorker magazine.

Starring none other than BURT LANCASTER, (shirtless the entire film).

"Although literal in style, the film has the shape of an open-ended hallucination."
- Vincent Canby, New York Times:

Birth Time: the documentary

Rating: M Mature themes, nudity and coarse language

Running time: 1hr 24mins

RESCHEDULED TO: Wednesday 29 September, 6pm

This screening is a one night only event hosted by Demand Film. Please follow the trailer link to reserve tickets and view the trailer.


Three women embark on a mission to find out why an increasing number of women are emerging from their births physically and emotionally traumatised. Their discoveries expose the truth and lead them to join the birth revolution and forge a movement that hopes to change the face of maternity care in Australia and across the developed world. Improving women’s experience of birth helps them set up a stronger bond with their babies, decreases their risk of postnatal depression and encourages them to trust their maternal instincts when it comes to mothering their children. Care, connection, respect and trust begin with the mother baby bond.

Miss

Rating: TBA

Running time: 1hr 47mins

STARTS 30 SEPT

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.