Prices unless otherwise stated:
$14.00 Adult
$12.00 Concession
$8.00 Children - Under 12
$40.00 Family Ticket - 2 adults and your own children under 12
$100.00 Book of ten tickets (maximum of four to be used per session)
Box Office opens half an hour before screening.
All seating unreserved.
Sessions all double features unless noted.
For double features the price paid is for both films.
For special events the price paid, if applicable, is for the entire event.

SINGLE FEATURE ONLY

DUNE: PART TWO
DUNE: PART TWO

DUNE: PART TWO (M)

Dir: Denis Villeneuve. Stars: Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Florence Pugh

166 mins. USA 2023
The saga continues with the next chapter of Frank Herbert’s celebrated novel. Paul Atreides unites with Chani and the Fremen while seeking revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family. Facing a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the universe, he must prevent a terrible future only he can foresee.

  • Screening
  • Sat 29th Jun 6:00PM
  • Sun 30th Jun 5:00PM

MATINEÉ/SPECIAL EVENT

UNSUNG HERO
UNSUNG HERO

UNSUNG HERO (PG)

Dir: Richard L Ramsey & Joel Smallbone. Stars: Daisy Betts, Joel Smallbone, KirrilleeBerger

Based on a true story, a family from Sydney Australia move to the USA after the collapse of their music company. With the mother’s unwavering faith and the father’s determination the family is propelled forward, instilling hope and resilience in their children.

Adults $10.00 and children under 12 $8.00.  Complementary tea/coffee following the film.

  • Screening
  • Sun 30th Jun 1:30PM

MATINEÉ/SPECIAL EVENT

PALESTINE UNDER SEIGE
PALESTINE UNDER SEIGE

PALESTINE UNDER SEIGE (NA)

The film ‘Palestine Under Seige’ is a new documentary film which takes you into the heart of the struggle for Palestinian self-determination.

Filmed in Palestine in the West Bank and in Jerusalem in June and July 2023, this recently completed documentary features Australians, Dr Peter Slezak, UNSW Honorary Associate Professor of Philosophy and his two companions, Rand Darwish, Australian Palestinian student and former Greens Senator, Lee Rhiannon. The filmmakers spent time talking to Palestinians and Jews in Lebanon and Palestine on the themes of the 1948 Nakba, settler colonialism and the apartheid nature of the Israeli state.

The film is 60 minutes in length. It will be followed by a Q and A with one of the film’s creators, as well as a representative of the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN). This is a unique opportunity to view this important film and ask questions.

Entry is $15 per person with tea and coffee will be available after the film.

  • Screening
  • Sat 6th Jul 1:30PM