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Screening Art House, Independent Features, Festivals and Documentaries in a variety of locations around Cairns City and regions. CLICK THE EVENT TITLE NAME OR IMAGE TO BUY TICKETS.

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  • Saturday 2 October 2021
    There's not a baaad moment in 'Farmageddon.' When a UFO crash-lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, it's up to Shaun the sheep and his animal friends to help a stranded extraterrestrial find its way home. It's a great film to watch as a family and everyone will laugh and enjoy the cuteness together. And of course the claymation animation is so well executed.
  • Sunday 10 October 2021
    Diana’s Wedding is a loud homage to diving head-first into a relationship. A comedy about two people who never stop loving each other despite occasionally hating each other’s guts. We observe Liv and Terje’s rollercoaster of a marriage through the eyes of Diana, from her birth to the day she moves away from home. To her, they are the worst parents in the world, miles away from doing a decent job.
  • Saturday 16 October 2021
    The characters make The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert a Starry Night entertainment of outlandish wicked dialogue , wild costumes, and high spirits that won't be forgotten. When drag queen Anthony (Hugo Weaving) agrees to take his act on the road, fellow cross-dresser Adam (Guy Pearce) and transsexual Bernadette (Terence Stamp) come along in their colourful bus, named Priscilla. Beware; you may have Gloria Gaynor's 'I Will Survive' rattling through your head for a few days.
  • Sunday 17 October 2021
    In the fifties, young Alice (Alba Rohrwacher) leaves her Swiss mountains for the vibrant shores of Beirut. She falls madly in love with Joseph (Wadji Mouawad), a quirky astrophysicist intent on sending the first Lebanese national into space. Alice quickly fits in among his relatives, but after years of bliss, the civil war threatens their Garden of Eden. "This is an astonishing bit of craft, a tour de force of filmmaking technique." - EYE FOR FILM A Cannes Critics Week selection.
  • Wednesday 20 October 2021
    WILDER WEDNESDAY This goofy horror comedy, based on an online game of the same name, just goes to prove that if you have a great cast, smart direction and witty script you can just about get away with murder. - The Guardian. A wildly entertaining, surprising and clever film that solidifies Josh Ruben as a creative force to keep an eye on. - Knotfest. A terrifically entertaining slice of comedic horror, and quite possibly the first great video game adaptation? - Film School Rejects
  • Saturday 30 October 2021
    The film itself is a lot of fun -- but the audience-participation phenomenon has turned it into a one-of-a-kind cinematic experience. Wear your fishnets and pack your water pistols. It's Astounding, and it returns for what is becoming an annual Halloween event. ( except for last year ) Let's do the Time Warp - Again.
  • Sunday 31 October 2021
    The Harlem Cultural Festival was a huge concert that took place over six weeks, in 1969. Footage of the gig sat in a basement for five decades, until now that is. A good, music documentary, with the right acts and the right crowd can open hearts, change minds and enrich the soul. Summer of Soul is one of the best. So, kick back, put on your dancing trackie-daks and drink in an important, toe-tapping bit of cultural gold that has been absent from the public eye for far, far too long.
  • Saturday 6 November 2021
    Partly because of the cast, partly because of the effects, partly because of Elmer Bernstein's score, and partly because of Ivan Reitman's directing style, it all just worked -- and it still does. An infectiously fun blend of special effects and comedy, as Bill Murray leads a cast of great comic turns. A team of scientists (Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray) lose their cushy positions at a university. They become GHOSTBUSTERS and must save New York City from complete destruction.
  • Saturday 27 November 2021
    A drop-dead-funny comedy. - New York Times. When London is inexplicably overrun with zombies, Shaun ( Simon Pegg), his mate Ed (Nick Frost ), must rise to the occasion and protect both his girlfriend Liz (Kate Ashfield) and his mother (Penelope Wilton). SHAUN OF THE DEAD cleverly balances scares and witty satire, making for a bloody good zombie movie. Full of good acting and great writing, it's a bloody fun time and a wonderful display of how parody should be done.