Thursday 13 May - Wednesday 19 May
2.00pm & 5.35pm
Duration: 89 mins
Golden Globe-winner Robin Wright (House of Cards) makes her directorial debut in this wilderness drama, starring as a woman with a lost sense of identity looking to regain a sense of self in the isolated American woods.
Edee (Wright), in the aftermath of an unfathomable event, finds herself unable to stay connected to the world she once knew and in the face of that uncertainty, retreats to the magnificent, but unforgiving, wilds of the Rockies. After a local hunter (Bichir) brings her back from the brink of death, she must find a way to live again.
NOMADLAND (Oscar Winner)
Duration: 108 mins
Frances McDormand leads 2021's big Academy Award-winner as Fern, a woman who loses everything in the Great Recession and embarks on a journey through the American West as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad.
JUNE AGAIN (New)
3.50pm & 5.35pm
Duration: 99 mins
A twist of fate gives family matriarch June (Hazlehurst) a reprieve from a debilitating illness. Much to their amazement, June re-enters the lives of her adult children, Ginny (Karvan) and Devon (Curry), and learns that 'things haven’t gone according to plan'. With limited time but plenty of pluck, she sets about trying to put everything, and everyone, back on track. When her meddling backfires, June sets out on a romantic journey of her own and discovers she needs help from the very people she was trying to rescue.
LOCKED DOWN (New)
Duration: 118 mins
Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor lead this romance-heist comedy as a couple whose relationship hits the rocks during COVID-19 lockdown. But before their love sinks for good, they agree to call a truce in order to steal a diamond. Directed by Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) and written by Steven Knight (Locke).
SIX MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT
10.20am & 2.00pm
Duration: 99 mins
A horrific discovery at a school for the daughters of the Nazi elite leads to a series of deadly events in this true story war drama starring Eddie Izzard and Judi Dench.
The new English teacher (Izzard) at the Augusta-Victoria College (whose stern headmistress is played by Dench) soon finds himself running for his life from the police when the body of a former teacher is discovered.
Duration: 112 mins
Benedict Cumberbatch leads this Cold War thriller as a spy trying to put an end to the Cuban Missle Crisis with the help of a Russian source. Co-stars Golden Globe and Emmy-winner Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs Maisel).
TOM & JERRY (Final Week)
Duration: 101 mins
When a new family moves into the house in which Jerry - a small mouse - has been living, Jerry finds himself vying for dominion of his territory with their newly adopted stray cat, Tom. But when an outside threat presents itself to the owners of the house (who both Tom and Jerry are very fond of), the new rivals are forced to work together to protect them.
THE FATHER (Oscar Winner)
2.00pm & 5.35pm
Duration: 97 mins
Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman star in this Academy Award-winning father-daughter drama centered on an elderly man who refuses assistance - a decision that has him questioning his current circumstances, his loved ones, and even his own mind.
Duration: 95 mins
Between raising her young son, taking care of her ill-tempered, cancer-battling mother, navigating her career as a top-notch lawyer dealing with a major corruption scandal, Silvia (Carolina Sanín) could very well be on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
And what if the answer to all this was simply... love?
COUSINS (Final Week)
Duration: 98 mins
Waru directors Briar Grace-Smith and Ainsley Gardiner helm this time-transcending Māori drama based on Patricia Grace's novel about three cousins, separated by circumstance, and their long journey to find each other. Grace-Smith co-stars with Tanea Heke (Waru) and Rachel House (Hunt for the Wilderpeople).
POMPEII - SIN CITY (New)
Duration: 90 mins
Documentary exploring Pompeii, that ancient city cloaked in mystery which -over the course of history - has influenced culture and art, from Neoclassicism to Contemporary Art. This is presented through images and words by the artists and writers who experienced it: from Pliny the Younger to Picasso, from Emily Dickinson to Jean Cocteau.