Current Films

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

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.

C'est La Vie

Rating: M Offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 57 mins

Directing duo Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano (The Intouchables) reunite for this catering mishap comedy featuring Jean-Pierre Bacri (Look at Me).

"Max (Bacri) is a battle-weary veteran of the wedding-planning racket. His latest — and last — gig is a hell of a fête, involving stuffy period costumes for the caterers, a vain, hyper-sensitive singer who thinks he's a Gallic James Brown, and a morose, micromanaging groom determined to make Max's night as miserable as possible. But what makes the affair too bitter to endure is that Max's colleague and ostensible girlfriend, Joisette (Suzanne Clément), seems to have written him off, coolly going about her professional duties while openly flirting with a much younger server. It's going to be a very long night… especially once the groom's aerial serenade gets underway." (Toronto International Film Festival)

Going For Gold

Rating: G

Running time: 1 hr 33 mins

Seventeen-year-old Emma Wilson (Kelli Berglund) moves from the USA to Australia with her Air Force officer father.

At her new high school, she befriends Hannah Thompson (Emily Morris) and together they join forces to form a competitive cheerleading squad. They recruit an unlikely team of girls and guys, drawn from a wide variety of sports including gymnastics, dance, soccer and AFL. When the team signs up for the state championships, they soon find themselves up against the reigning champions, led by the devious Charlotte.

Can this unlikely cheer squad beat the odds in their quest to win the state champs and go all the way to the nationals? When the stakes are this high, they’ll get just one chance of going for gold.


Rating: M Offensive language

Running time: 1 hr 42 mins


Sheila Hancock is at her sublime best as Edie, an octogenarian woman who, in the aftermath of the death of her controlling husband, decides to fulfil a long-held dream of climbing a Scottish mountain. Against her daughter’s wishes, she heads to Scotland and employs Jonny (Kevin Guthrie) to help her get the right equipment and train her for the gruelling climb. As the pair talk, bicker and have fun, they reveal more about their lives to each other, all set against the stunning backdrop of the Scottish Highlands.

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).

Double Lover

Rating: R18 Violence, sexual violence, sex scenes & content that may disturb

Running time: 1 hour 47 mins

Psychological erotic thriller from François Ozon (In the House) about an emotionally troubled former model, the psychoanalyst she falls for, and the discovery of his double identity.

The Escape

Rating: TBA

Running time: 1 hr 45 mins


Tara (Gemma Arterton) loves her children deeply and to all those around her, her life is seemingly perfect. But Tara feels trapped. She knows there is something fundamentally missing. Something unfulfilled. Something unknown . When her friends and family fail to understand the depth of her desperation, her ideas and feelings are so overwhelming that she has to run away, to find a place where she can be herself again. She goes on a courageous and perilous journey, leaving her husband and abandoning her children. Through a series of dangerous and incendiary encounters, she discovers the woman she really is, what she really feels and the life she really wants.

Road to Rhythm

Rating: Doco


Ever wondered what goes into running the biggest music festival in NZ?

Now you can uncover the fails, the falls and the force behind the great success of Rhythm and Vines.

Over 15 years, the Gisborne-based festival has grown from a New Year’s party to an annual rite of passage for Kiwi teens. But it hasn’t been without its share of drama and controversy.

From family feuds and heartbreak to financial ruin, witness the untold story behind one of New Zealand’s biggest music festivals, Rhythm and Vines.

Living The Change

Rating: PG

Running time: 1hr 25mins

The Dome Cinema presents Living the Change

Sometimes it can feel like the environmental, economic and social issues the world is currently facing are too big, too overwhelming, to be dealt with by individuals. Climate change, resource limits, economic downturn, social disconnection. Surely these issues can only be properly managed by our governments?

Living the Change explores solutions to the global crises we face today – solutions any one of us can be part of – through the inspiring stories of people pioneering change in their own lives and in their communities in order to live in a sustainable and regenerative way.

Directors Jordan Osmond and Antoinette Wilson have brought together stories from their travels, along with interviews with experts able to explain how we come to be where we are today. From forest gardens to composting toilets, community supported agriculture to timebanking, Living the Change offers ways we can rethink our approach to how we live.

Each and every one of us has the power to create change. Living the Change sets out to inspire us to do just that. There are so many exciting and important ideas and initiatives out there, so much hope and inspiration. We want to generate discussion as widely and deeply as possible about how each of us views the future and our part in it.