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.

SWANPOOL CINEMA DOUBLE BILL

HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART and THE HIGH NOTE - 2 FILMS 1 PRICE
HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART

HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART (M)

Barry, Andy, Robin & Maurice Gibb

USA 2020 Dir: Frank Marshall

Please remember to bring and wear a mask.

A unique cinematic journey through the brotherhood of the Bee Gees and their enduring musical accomplishments. The story of Barry, Andy, Maurice and Robin is one of phenomenal success, of loss and heartbreak, and a continual spirit of creative reinvention.

  • Screening
  • Sat 30th Jan 7:00PM
  • Sun 31st Jan 6:00PM
THE HIGH NOTE

THE HIGH NOTE (M)

Dakota Johnson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Eddie Izzard

USA 2020 Dir: Nisha Ganatra

Please remember to bring and wear a mask.

Grace Davis is a superstar in the vibrant LA music scene whose talent and ego have reached unbelievable heights. Maggie is her overworked personal assistant who has aspirations of becoming a music producer.

  • Screening
  • Sat 30th Jan 9:30PM
  • Sun 31st Jan 8:30PM

SWANPOOL CINEMA DOUBLE BILL

THE DRY and THE CURRENT WAR - 2 FILMS 1 PRICE
THE DRY

THE DRY (MA15+)

Eric Bana, Genevieve O’Reilly, Sam Corlett

Australia 2021 Dir: Robert Connolly

A quintessential Australian story beautifully told. A Federal Agent returns to his home town after an absence of over twenty years to attend the funeral of his childhood friend, Luke, who allegedly killed his wife and child, before taking his own life following years of drought.

  • Screening
  • Sat 6th Feb 7:00PM
  • Sun 7th Feb 6:00PM
THE CURRENT WAR

THE CURRENT WAR (M)

Benedict Cumberbach, Michael Shannon

USA 2017 Dir: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon

An American historical drama inspired by the 19th century competition between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse over which electric power supply system would be used in the USA.

  • Screening
  • Sat 6th Feb 9:30PM
  • Sun 7th Feb 8:30PM

SWANPOOL CINEMA DOUBLE BILL

CORPUS CHRISTI and THE TRANSLATORS - 2 FILMS 1 PRICE
CORPUS CHRISTI

CORPUS CHRISTI (MA)

Bartosz Bielonia, Eliza Rycembel, Tomasz Zi?te

Poland/France 2019.  Dir: Jan Komasa

An award winning drama inspired by true events. A charismatic young delinquent, on parole, is able to convince a church caretaker and her daughter that he is a priest. When the elderly resident priest falls ill the young man steps in to replace him.

  • Screening
  • Sat 13th Feb 7:00PM
  • Sun 14th Feb 6:00PM
THE TRANSLATORS

THE TRANSLATORS (M)

Olga Kurylenko, Lambert Wilson, Alex Lawther

UK 2019 Dir: Regis Roinsard

Nine translators, hired to translate the final book of a best selling trilogy, are confined to a luxurious bunker.  When the first ten pages of the top secret manuscript appear online, the dream job becomes a nightmare.

  • Screening
  • Sat 13th Feb 9:30PM
  • Sun 14th Feb 8:30PM

SWANPOOL CINEMA DOUBLE BILL

THE MYSTERY OF HENRI PICK and A SON - 2 FILMS 1 PRICE
THE MYSTERY OF HENRI PICK

THE MYSTERY OF HENRI PICK (M)

Fabrice Luchini, Camille Cottin, Alice Isaaz

France/Belgium 2019.  Dir: Remi Bezancon

A young editor longs to find a book worth publishing.  She discovers a novel she considers to be a masterpiece. The text is signed Henri Pick, and is titled ‘The Last Hours of a Love Story’ but Henri Pick was a Breton pizza maker who died two years earlier.  The mystery begins.

  • Screening
  • Sat 20th Feb 7:00PM
  • Sun 21st Feb 6:00PM
A SON

A SON (M)

Sami Bouajila, Najla Ben Abdallah

Tunisia/France 2020 Dir: Mehdi Barsaoui A family weekend in southern Tunisia turns into a nightmare when a father’s entire world comes apart after his eleven year old son is gravely injured in a terrorist attack.

  • Screening
  • Sat 20th Feb 9:30PM
  • Sun 21st Feb 8:30PM

SWANPOOL CINEMA DOUBLE BILL

IN THE NAME OF THE LAND and A WHITE WHITE DAY - 2 FILMS 1 PRICE
IN THE NAME OF THE LAND

IN THE NAME OF THE LAND (M)

Sami Bouajila, Najla Ben Abdallah

France 2020.  Dir: Edouard Bergeon

Inspired by the director’s own childhood, this film tells the story of Pierre, who ventured from Wyoming to the Mayenne district of France in the 1970s, and looks at the hardships faced by his remarkable family and depicts the harsh realities of life on the land.

  • Screening
  • Sat 27th Feb 7:00PM
  • Sun 28th Feb 6:00PM
A WHITE WHITE DAY

A WHITE WHITE DAY (M)

Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson, Ida Mekkín Hlynsdóttir

Iceland 2019 Dir: Hlynur Palmason
 
A retired Icelandic policeman makes a startling discovery and begins to suspect a local man of having an affair with his deceased wife.  His obsession for the truth accumulates and begins to endanger both himself and his loved ones.

  • Screening
  • Sat 27th Feb 9:30PM
  • Sun 28th Feb 8:30PM