Current Films

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

Mothers of the Revolution

Rating: E

Running time: 1hr 42mins

Tells the true story of the unsung heroes behind one of the longest protests in history. Between 1981 and 2000, thousands of women from around the world came together at Greenham Common to take a committed stand against nuclear proliferation.

In 1981 a group of 36 women set off on a 120 mile march from Cardiff to Berkshire to protest against the planned arrival of American nuclear missiles on UK soil. In doing so they started something extraordinary, in time galvanizing over 70,000 women into action to protect their children and future generations.

This is the untold story of those Greenham Common women. A tale of how a small number of them made connections with their counterparts in the peace movement behind the Iron Curtain, travelling to the Soviet Union to advance peace and, eventually, contributing towards the end of the Cold War. How they amplified and took the achievements of the Greenham Common movement onto the world stage by being daring, fun, inventive and brave. What they started that day in 1981, around a kitchen table while their children played, became a global movement and the start of a revolution that changed the world.

Best Sellers

Rating: M offensive language

Running time: 1hr 40mins

A cranky, retired author reluctantly embarks on a final book tour to help out a young publisher in this dramedy starring Michael Caine, Aubrey Plaza, Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride) and Ellen Wong (GLOW).

Lucy Standbridge (Plaza) has inherited her father’s publishing house, and the ambitious would-be editor has nearly sunk it with failing titles. She discovers she is owed a book by Harris Shaw (Caine), a reclusive, cantankerous, booze-addled author who originally put the company on the map decades earlier. In a last-ditch effort to save the company, Lucy and Harris release his new book and embark on a book tour from hell that changes them both in ways they didn’t expect.

One Second

Rating: M, Violence & offensive language

Running time: 1hr 43mins

A convict is sent to a labour camp in desolate Northwestern Chinaduring the cultural revolution. In order to see his daughter starring in a movie, he escapes and sets off for the cinema in a nearby village. There he crosses paths with a homeless girl who is desperate for the film reel and will steal it by any means. The enigmatic film reel that sets their agendas apart soon becomes the root of an unexpected friendship.

The Hating Game

Rating: TBC

Running time: TBC

Two co-workers at each other's necks for the same position find their professional rivalry further complicated by a different kind of passion in this workplace rom-com starring Fantasy Island's Lucy Hale and Austin Stowell.

Rose Plays Julie

Rating: M

Running time: 1hr 40mins

Nominated for Best Film at the London Film Festival, this Irish slow-burn suspense drama stars Ann Skelly (The Nevers) as a young woman determined to find her biological mother who gave her up for adoption—inadvertently tipping the first domino in a string of devastating events. Co-stars Orla Brady (Fringe) and Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones).

Mark Hunt: The Fight of His Life

Rating: M, Violence, offensive language, drug use, domestic violence themes & sexual abuse themes

Running time: 1hr 24mins

The autobiographical rags-to-riches story of Mark Hunt, the New Zealand MMA fighter who overcame staggering odds to become a UFC champion.

"Charting an almost Rocky-like trajectory, director Peter Brook Bell highlights Hunt’s career as it twists and turns in all directions. Focally, Hunt overcoming a horrendous childhood dealing with an abusive father, jail time and an adolescence spent on society's margins. No-one takes him seriously, bringing him in as a last-minute stand-in for kickboxing fights. Yet, despite this unpromising beginning, he almost immediately rises to global stardom. But with his increasing success also comes self-sabotage, challenging his own ascent at every step. By the time he joined the fledging MMA circuit, he was already washed up." (New Zealand International Film Festival 2021)

India Sweets and Spices

Rating: TBC

Running time: 1hr 41mins

When college freshman Alia returns home for the summer, she discovers secrets and lies in her parents' past that make her question everything she thought she knew about her family.