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Black Widow - Tue 14/09 at 6pm & 9pm
Director: Cate Shortland
Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour
Set in the wake of 'Captain America: Civil War', Natashsa 'Black Widow' Romanoff (Johansson) embarks on a mission to confront her dark past from before becoming an Avenger. Facing a dangerous conspiracy, and a new enemy known as 'Taskmaster', Romanoff must reunite with old family ties and fight against the controlling forces that damaged her fractured upbringing. Packed aplenty with action-fuelled excitement and an incredible cast of Oscar and BAFTA nominees, this long-awaited 24th addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a kinetic high-octane thrill that the fans have been waiting for.
In The Heights - Sun 19/09 at 6pm & 9pm
Director: Jon M. Chu
Cast: Anthony Ramos, Corey Hawkins, Leslie Grace
Based on the critically acclaimed Broadway musical and written by the creator of 'Hamilton', 'In the Heights' has brought joy to audiences and critics alike as the big screen's first major musical of the year. Set in the tight-knit neighbourhood of Washington Heights, bodega owner Usnavi (Ramos) dreams of fortune and the chance to live in the tropical paradise of his native Dominican Republic with his beautiful next-door crush (Grace). This vibrant, colourful, and united community will persevere through their struggles with song and dance, bringing us a much-needed positive slice of aspirational happiness.
Supernova - Tue 21/09 at 6:30pm & 9pm
Director: Harry Macqueen
Cast: Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci, Pippa Haywood
Sam (Firth) and Tusker (Tucci) have been partners for 20 years. They take their loving relationship on a trip across England in their RV to visit family, friends, and memorable places from their past. With Tusker diagnosed with early-onset dementia, the two treasure the now fleeting moments they have with one another, as Tusker's symptoms continue to worsen. Featuring remarkable performances from two Academy favourites, 'Supernova' is a heartfelt and emotional story that reflects on the special moments that have built up a beautiful bond between this pair. They tackle a now sombre reality with cherished memories of uplifting highs.
Old - Sun 26/09 at 6:30pm & 9pm
Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Cast: Gael García Bernal, Vicky Krieps, Rufus Sewell, Alex Wolff
M. Night Shyamalan is back with his latest thriller. Adapted from the graphic novel 'Sandcastle', this chilling flick groups us with a vacationing family at a seemingly cheerful tropical paradise. As the sun beats down on the secluded beach they visit, they soon start to realise the bizarre properties of this sandy resort, as they begin to rapidly age, reducing their entire lives into just one day. From the director of 'The Sixth Sense', and 'Unbreakable', this freakish trip is sure to baffle and terrify with Shyamalan's iconic twists and turns.
The Father - Tue 28/09 at 6:30pm & 9pm
Director: Florian Zeller
Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman, Mark Gatiss, Olivia Williams
After warding off previous carers with his harsh attitude and uptight mannerisms, old-aged Londoner Anthony (Hopkins) continues to refuse living assistance. Perturbed and upset by his confusing dementia symptoms, he struggles to grasp reality through the changing faces of those closest to him and his increasingly unfamiliar surroundings. His daughter (Colman) also struggles to get through to him, and their strained relationship goes through even more difficult changes. Lauded by critics and nominated for six Academy Awards, Florian Zeller's adaptation of his own play is a stupendous showcase of performance-driven cinema and compelling psychological drama.
Trainspotting (25th Anniversary) - Sun 03/10 at 6:30pm & 9pm
Director: Danny Boyle
Cast: Ewan McGregor, Ewan Bremmer, Jonny Lee Miller, Robert Carlyle
The British cultural phenomenon is back on the big screen for its 25th Anniversary! Living with his parents in a deprived area of Edinburgh, Mark "Rent Boy" Renton (McGregor) spends his days satisfying his heroin addiction and moping the streets for things to keep him occupied. His ragtag group of friends and acquaintances all have their fair share of problems too; Unemployment, untethered anger issues, and a hand in petty crime that all finally inspire Rent Boy to get off the smack and fix his life for good. But dark temptations lure him in, and old habits die hard…
Another Round- Tue 05/10 at 6pm & 9pm
Director: Thomas Vinterberg
Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Magnus Millang
Fed up with mundane adult life, four friends decide to test a philosophical theory that humans live with a blood alcohol level 0.05% too low. Soon consuming alcohol on a regular basis, the group observe noticeable changes to their work life, relationships, and other social situations. Their constant relaxed and uninhibited state leads them to experiment further, and soon their little game spirals out of control. Hailed by many as one of the greatest films to in the last year, 'Another Round' is an energetic, sentimental, but ironically sober look into the effect of alcohol on lifestyle.
The Suicide Squad - Sun 10/10 at 6pm & 9pm
Director: James Gunn
Cast: Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena, Joel Kinnaman
2021/15/ 132 mins/USA
Belle Reve penitentiary holds some of the greatest supervillains on the planet within its walls. Harley Quinn (Robbie), Bloodsport (Elba), Peacemaker (Cena) and a bunch of other looney criminals are strangely assembled into a motley crew as part of 'Task Force X'. Dropped off on a South American island, the gang are assigned to the dangerous mission of wiping out a laboratory that holds top-secret projects. Anarchic, totally unhinged, and incredibly fun. From the director of 'Guardians of the Galaxy', James Gunn brings back his signature screwball style for a feast of destructive action and cracking laughs.
First Cow - Tue 12/10 at 6pm & 9pm
Director: Kelly Reichardt
Cast: John Magaro, Orion Lee, Toby Jones, Ewen Bremner
A frontrunner in the festival and independent cinema scene, minimalist Kelly Reichardt delivers a mood-driven drama reflecting on the premise of the American dream. In 1820, a lone cook (Magaro) travels west across the US and joins a group of fur trappers in Oregon. Here he meets King-Lu (Lee), a Chinese immigrant on the run with whom he develops a good friendship. The two become business partners, where their use of a prized cow's milk in baking goods soon accrues them fortune. Precise and beautiful, experience the new A24 release that has been nominated for countless awards
Nobody - Sun 17/10 at 6:30pm & 9pm
Director: lya Naishuller
Cast: Bob Odenkirk, RZA, Christopher Lloyd
From the producer of 'John Wick' and the director of 'Hardcore Henry', comes a new fierce and gritty feature. Hutch Mansell (Odenkirk) is your average everyman. A humble father and husband that is overlooked and meek in the face of hostility. After cowering during a home invasion to the disappointment of his family, Hutch's anger finally reaches breaking point and an aggressive street altercation makes him the target of a dangerous drug lord. Bringing to the surface a once elusive and violent past, Hutch unleashes a fury of dormant rage, fighting back against the world and protecting his family in the process.
Last Man Standing - Tue 19/10 at 6:30pm & 9pm
Director: Nick Broomfield
Cast: Nick Broomfield, Suge Knight, Tupac Shakur, Biggie Smalls
Nick Broomfield's documentary feature revisits the story of rap music label 'Death Row Records' and the illicit background workings that led to its former CEO's (Knight) imprisonment. Taking a deep dive into the L.A. underworld, Broomfield examines Knight's manslaughter conviction, and the long line of violent crimes and corruption that dominated the label. Gang rivalry, dirty dealings, and police coverups, 'Last Man Standing' inspects this shady era, including the events that led to the unsolved murders of two of rap's greatest legends, Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
Candyman - Sun 24/10 at 6:30pm & 9pm
Director: Nia DaCosta
Cast: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
Produced by the acclaimed Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us) and a direct sequel to the 90's modern classic slasher of the same name. Anthony (Abdul-Mateen II) and his girlfriend (Paris) move into a done-up loft condo in Cabrini, Chicago, a now heavily gentrified area. Anxious to retain his art career, Anthony explores the neighbourhood urban myth of the enigmatic 'Candyman' killer for his projects. With the town long haunted, those who dare say his name into the mirror five times will conjure up this mysterious violent being. This terrifying flick is not one to be missed this Halloween season.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Tue 26/10 at 6:30pm & 9pm
Director: Jim Sharman
Cast: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick
In this campy cult classic, Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick star as the newly engaged small-town sweethearts who have their innocence lost as they find themselves trapped in an eerie castle belonging to Dr. Frank N Furter (Tim Curry). This parody tribute B-movie horror and science fiction has become a staple of Halloween festivity and helped pioneer the midnight screening. A celebration of sexuality, strangeness, and 70's glam rock, 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' is a fun filled thrill ride in and of itself.
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