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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.

Current Events

Past Events

  • Sunday 27 September 2020
    The long-awaited, graphically rich, 2D watercolor-style animation “The Swallows Of Kabul” from French helmers Zabou Breitman and Eléa Gobbé-Mévellec provides an involving adaptation of Yasmina Khadra’s elegant literary fiction. Graphically rich... dramatically and poetically right. VARIETY Completely gorgeous. LA TIMES
  • Sunday 4 October 2020
    Fresh from its selection in Cannes Un Certain Regard, ADAM is a moving and heart-warming story of food, friendship and female empowerment, set against the backdrop of a modern-day Casablanca medina. “Poignant and involving”, Adam is “a beautiful story of two women who transform each other's lives” (Hollywood Reporter). The debut feature film from director Maryam Touzani, Adam explores the unlikely friendship between two very different women.
  • Saturday 10 October 2020
    End Credits Film Club present a specially curated selection of highlights from Australia’s leading Academy® Award accredited and BAFTA-recognised Short Film Festival, Flickerfest, and the Best Of Australian Shorts programme. This is a one-off chance to see these amazing short films before they continue their screening journey around Australia and the globe. Flickerfest, celebrating 29 years bringing you the Best of Australian ‘Electrifying Short Films’!
  • Sunday 11 October 2020
    One English couple. One battered 1936 Rolls Royce. 5000 miles through the heart of India. Rupert and Jan Grey are a free-spirited and eccentric upper-class English couple in their sixties, married for 35 years. With its mix of road-movie, biopic, travelogue and madcap adventure,ROMANTIC ROAD is at once a rare glimpse into a uniquely inspired expedition that redefines later-life, a study of a love story 35 years in the making and a reminder to never stop embracing the possibilities of life.
  • Saturday 17 October 2020
    THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1987) (PG) 98min With the original cast re-uniting recently for a fundraising virtual script reading, it was time to bring back one of Starry Night Cinema's most popular titles. Come and join Cary Elwes as Westly, Robin Wright as Buttercup, Carol Kane as Valerie, Christopher Guest as Count Rugen, Chris Sarandon as Prince Humperdinck, Mandy Patinkin as Inigo Montoya, Wallace Shawn as Vizzini and Billy Crystal as Miracle Max, when they celebrate True Love.
  • Sunday 18 October 2020
    “A tasty, twisty suspense movie that keeps you guessing through its taut running time. So well directed and photographed, the extravagant plot is engagingly packaged and there’s a flawless ensemble of actors on display. It’s the sort of film that admirers will want to see more than once in order to work out just how cleverly they were fooled the first time around. I’ll certainly be back a second time!” David Stratton, THE AUSTRALIAN
  • Saturday 31 October 2020
    Join us for for a Fun Filled Halloween Fright Night with Michael Keaton as BEETLEJUICE. There'll be treats and prizes for fine costumery and maybe just a trick or two. Put together a picnic crew - byo or buy from the Food van. Popcorn available.
  • Saturday 14 November 2020
    Bran Nue Dae is a charming Australian-based, music-driven road movie/romantic comedy starring Ernie Dingo and Geoffrey Rush that literally bursts onto the screen with unbridled energy and fun. Based on one of Australia's most beloved and popular musicals, - recently revived for the stage by Opera Australia - Bran Nue Dae is a foot stomping tour-de-force centring on the romantic adventures of a young aboriginal couple set against the spectacularly beautiful West Australian landscape.
  • Saturday 21 November 2020
    Today, Cher Horowitz would be the perfect influencer! Twenty-five years after its release, Clueless is just as powerful as ever. It was 1995. The world was very different, but the impact of Amy Heckerling's film was viral even without social media. An ironically intelligent movie that, between stereotypes, outlines a perfect picture of the “millennial” generation of the time. Based on Jane Austen’s 1815 novel Emma, Clueless has become a cultural touchstone. Plaid skirts? Like, whatever.