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Horror | 1 hr 27 mins | R16: Violence, language

A young woman trapped in a flooding house during a Florida hurricane must battle against alligators in this horror from Alexandre Aja (High Tension). 

Friday 30 August 7 pm

Comedy | 1 hr 41 min| M: Language and sex references 

Emma Thompson stars as a late-night talk show host at risk of losing her long running show in this comedy written by Mindy Kaling (The Office), who also costars as the show's new writer. 

Wednesday 28 August 1 pm
Saturday 31st August 7 pm 

Documentary, Music| 1 hr 54 min |TBA 

Voice...The Man...The Legend. Luciano Pavarotti gave his life to the music and a voice to the world. This cinematic event features history-making performances and intimate interviews, including neverbefore-seen footage and cutting-edge Dolby Atmos technology. 

Wednesday 28 August 7 pm 
Wednesday 4 September 1 pm

Animation Comedy | 1 hr 29 mins |G

When a new toy called "Forky" joins Woody and the gang, a road trip alongside old and new friends reveals how big the world can be for a toy.

Saturday 31 August 1 pm

** Fathers Day Boutique Night **

Action, Blockbuster | 2 HRS 16 mins | Rating: TBC USA

Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham lead this buddy cop Fast & Furious spin-off helmed by Deadpool 2 director and John Wick co-creator, David Leitch.
Sworn enemies Hobbs (Johnson) and Shaw (Statham) partner up to bring down cyber-genetically enhanced anarchist Brixton (Idris Elba) before he uses his control of a biological weapon to alter humanity forever.

Sunday 1 September 7 pm
Friday 6 September 7 pm
Saturday 14 September 7 pm


Drama, True Story & Biography, Romance, World Cinema |  120mins |  Rating: M Violence & offensive language English and German with English subtitles Germany, UK 

David Cross (Balloon) is Bernd Trautmann, the man who went from German WWII soldier to English football legend, in this heartfelt biopic.
"German soldier Bernd Trautmann is taken captive by the British towards the end of WWII. During a POW football match, the goalkeeper is noticed by Jack Friar, manager of an amateur club. Forced upon the team, Trautmann soon surprises on and off the field. Prejudice subsides, friendships start to develop and Trautmann loses his heart not only to football, but also to his manager’s daughter, Margaret (Freya Mavor, The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun). Trautmann is overjoyed when he gets signed by Manchester City FC, but thousands take to the streets against the engagement of the ‘Nazi’. However, Trautmann does not give up and, finally, his path to acceptance begins. It peaks at the 1956 FA Cup Final when he secures victory for his team by playing on, despite a broken neck." (Berlin International Film Festival)

Wednesday 4 September 7 pm
Sunday 8 September 7 pm
Wednesday 11 September 1 pm

Drama |122 mins | Rating: M Offensive language USA

A sit-in by patrons at a public library escalates into a police standoff in this David versus Goliath, feel-good drama from and starring Emilio Estevez. Co-stars Alec Baldwin, Christian Slater and Jena Malone.
"It begins quietly enough in a Cincinnati library on a winter's day. Stuart (Estevez) and Myra (Malone) do their best to manage the daily assortment of knowledge seekers, loiterers, and homeless people who frequent their branch. It's freezing outside. As closing time draws near, Jackson (The Wire's Michael K. Williams) sparks an act of civil disobedience among his fellow library patrons who have nowhere to sleep. They refuse to leave, defying first the entreaties of the library staff, then a local political operative (Slater), and soon a team of riot police led by Detective Ramstead (Baldwin), a hard-charging crisis negotiator. Outside, a TV reporter (Gabrielle Union) juices up the story for the wider world." (Toronto International Film Festival)

Saturday 7 September 7 pm
Friday 13 September 7 pm
Wednesday 18 September 1 pm




Adventure, Animated, Drama, Kids & Family, Musical, Blockbuster |  1 hr 88 mins | Rating: PG Violence USA

The Jungle Book director Jon Favreau helms this CG-animated re-imagining of the 1994 Walt Disney classic. Features the voice work of Donald Glover as Simba, Beyoncé as Nala, James Earl Jones as Mufasa (reprising his role from the original), Seth Rogen as Pumba, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar and John Oliver as the big-beaked Zazu. Score composer Hans Zimmer and song writer Elton John both return to re-work the original compositions.
After his father's murder, Simba, a young lion prince, flees his home only to have to learn the true meaning of responsibility and bravery. Meanwhile, his uncle Scar takes command of his home in Pride Rock, but his greed and lack of compassion drains the natural resources around them.

Saturday 14 September 1 pm
Saturday 28 September 1 pm


Comedy, Drama, Festival & Independent | Rating: R16 Graphic violence, drug use, offensive language & sexual material UK, USA

Quentin Tarantino's latest all-star drama set in 1969 L.A. stars Leonardo DiCaprio alongside Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate and more.
Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) is a struggling former TV star, still struggling to make it in Tinseltown, alongside his former stunt double Cliff Booth (Pitt). But as Dalton's neighbour, rising star Sharon Tate (Robbie), will soon tragically learn, something more dangerous than the pursuit of fame is stalking Hollywood - a violent cult led by a charismatic figure promising the apocalypse..

Wednesday 11 September 7 pm
Sunday 15 September 7 pm
Saturday 28 September 7 pm

Kids & Family | 109 mins | Rating: PG USA

Josh Gad and Dennis Quaid return for the sequel to the heartwarming family drama, A Dog's Journey, based on W. Bruce Cameron's novel.

When Bailey's (voiced by Gad) new playmate CJ (Kathryn Prescott) is taken away by CJ's mother (Betty Gilpin. TV's Glow), Bailey makes an oath to protect her at any cost.

Saturday 21 September 1 pm
Monday 30 September 1 pm

Documentary, Music | 91mins | Rating: PG Violence & offensive language New Zealand 

Documentary on legendary New Zealand reggae group, Herbs. Celebrates the men from different islands in the South Pacific who gave voice to a generation and the issues of the time through their iconic music.

Wednesday 18 September  7 pm
Saturday 21 September 7 pm
Friday 27 September 7 pm

Drama, Music, Festival & Independent | 114 mins | Rating: PG Offensive language UK

Drama illustrating the power of music, when a Pakistani teen living in grim Thatcher-era England discovers the working-class anthems of Bruce Springsteen. From the writer/director of Bend It Like Beckham.
"1987, Margaret Thatcher’s England. Javed, a 16-year-old British Pakistani boy, lives in the town of Luton. His father’s recent job termination and the neighborhood skinheads are a daily reminder of the difficult times he’s living in. What young Javed really wants is to be a writer—something his father doesn’t approve of or understand—and when a new friend loans him a few Bruce Springsteen cassettes, Javed is changed forever. The Boss’s working-class anthems and affirming lyrics seem to speak directly to Javed, emboldening him to find his own voice as a writer, stand up to the racism around him, and challenge his father’s rigid ideals." (Sundance Film Festival)

Friday 20 September 7 pm
Sunday 29 September 7 pm
Wednesday 2 October 7 pm

DAN CARTER: A Perfect Ten 
Documentary | 1 hr 32 mins

Documentary on All Black legend Dan Carter, focusing on his World Cup campaigns and promising to reveal the rugby superstar's personal side. "It’s definitely more of myself than I’ve been comfortable giving in the past. I’ve been incredibly lucky in my life with the opportunities I’ve been given, but I’ve also had some dark times along the way," says Carter. "I hope audiences take away from the film that you can reach your goals no matter where you come from and what you come up against."

Wednesday 25 September 7 pm **Arthouse**
Friday 7 October 7 pm
Saturday 12 October 7 pm

Comedy, Festival & Independent | 93 mins | Rating: M Offensive language, sexual references & nudity USA

The filmmaker behind art comedies Computer Chess and Results follows the tight-knit staff at boob-oriented bar/restaurant Double Whammies in this comedic drama that won critical praise, including a spot on Barack Obama's best of 2018 list.
"Lisa (Regina Hall) is the general manager at Double Whammies, a dodgy sports bar where the waitresses must dress in revealing clothing, and deal with the leering clientele. Despite the circumstances, Lisa loves her staff and the customers and has an infectious optimism. She is also fiercely protective of her employees, helping them deal with absent babysitters, money problems and abusive boyfriends. The film takes in one particularly awful day that cruelly tests Lisa’s optimism." (Sydney Film Festival)

Sunday 22 September 7 pm
Wednesday 25  September 1 pm
Saturday 5 October 7 pm