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Thursday 29, September

SPRD Family Movie Night

SPRD Family Movie Night

PG

Thursday 29, September

Friday 30, September

Don’t Worry Darling

Don’t Worry Darling

Rfor sexuality, violent content and language.

Friday 30, September

The Good House

The Good House

Rfor brief sexuality and language.

Friday 30, September

Railway Children

Railway Children

PGfor thematic material, some violence and language.

Friday 30, September

See How They Run

See How They Run

PG-13for some violence/bloody images and a sexual reference.

Friday 30, September

God's Country

God's Country

Rfor language.

Friday 30, September

Saturday 1, October

Don’t Worry Darling

Don’t Worry Darling

Rfor sexuality, violent content and language.

Saturday 1, October

God's Country

God's Country

Rfor language.

Saturday 1, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rfor brief sexuality and language.

Saturday 1, October

See How They Run

See How They Run

PG-13for some violence/bloody images and a sexual reference.

Saturday 1, October

Railway Children

Railway Children

PGfor thematic material, some violence and language.

Saturday 1, October

Sunday 2, October

Don’t Worry Darling

Don’t Worry Darling

Rfor sexuality, violent content and language.

God's Country

God's Country

Rfor language.

Sunday 2, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rfor brief sexuality and language.

See How They Run

See How They Run

PG-13for some violence/bloody images and a sexual reference.

Railway Children

Railway Children

PGfor thematic material, some violence and language.

Sunday 2, October

Thursday 6, October

The Last Band on Stage

The Last Band on Stage

NR

Thursday 6, October

Thursday 20, October

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: Hopper

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: Hopper

TBC

Thursday 20, October

Don’t Worry Darling

Don’t Worry Darling

Rfor sexuality, violent content and language.

From New Line Cinema comes “Don’t Worry Darling,” directed by Olivia Wilde (“Booksmart”) and starring Florence Pugh (Oscar-nominated for “Little Women”), Harry Styles (“Dunkirk”), Wilde (upcoming “Babylon”), Gemma Chan (“Crazy Rich Asians”), KiKi Layne (“The Old Guard”) and Chris Pine (“All the Old Knives”). Alice (Pugh) and Jack (Styles) are lucky to be living in the idealized community of Victory, the experimental company town housing the men who work for the top-secret Victory Project and their families. The 1950’s societal optimism espoused by their CEO, Frank (Pine)—equal parts corporate visionary and motivational life coach—anchors every aspect of daily life in the tight-knit desert utopia. While the husbands spend every day inside the Victory Project Headquarters, working on the “development of progressive materials,” their wives—including Frank’s elegant partner, Shelley (Chan)—get to spend their time enjoying the beauty, luxury and debauchery of their community. Life is perfect, with every resident’s needs met by the company. All they ask in return is discretion and unquestioning commitment to the Victory cause. But when cracks in their idyllic life begin to appear, exposing flashes of something much more sinister lurking beneath the attractive façade, Alice can’t help questioning exactly what they’re doing in Victory, and why. Just how much is Alice willing to lose to expose what’s really going on in this paradise? An audacious, twisted and visually stunning psychological thriller, “Don’t Worry Darling” is a powerhouse feature from director Olivia Wilde that boasts intoxicating performances from Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, surrounded by the impressive and pitch-perfect cast. The film also stars Nick Kroll (“How It Ends”), Sydney Chandler (“Pistol”), Kate Berlant (“Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood”), Asif Ali (“WandaVision”), Douglas Smith (“Big Little Lies”), Timothy Simons (“Veep”) and Ari’el Stachel (upcoming “Respect the Jux”).

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: Hopper

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: Hopper

TBC

Hopper’s work is the most recognisable art in America – popular, praised, and mysterious. Countless painters, photographers, filmmakers, and musicians have been influenced by his art – but who was he, and how did a struggling illustrator create such a bounty of notable work? This new film takes a deep look into Hopper’s art, his life, and his relationships. From his early career as an illustrator; his wife giving up her own promising art career to be his manager; his critical and commercial acclaim; and in his own words – this film explores the enigmatic personality behind the brush… Combined with expert interviews, diaries, and a startling visual reflection of American life, Hopper brings to life America’s arguably most influential artist. Hopper is a rare artist whose work is accessible to both the casual and critical observer. Rothko, Banksy, Alfred Hitchcock, David Lynch, and even The Simpsons have all been inspired by the unique way Hopper captured American life. Released to coincide with the major Hopper exhibition (Edward Hopper’s New York) at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (Oct 22 – Mar 23).

Thursday 20, October

God's Country

God's Country

Rfor language.

When a grieving college professor confronts two hunters she catches trespassing on her property, she's drawn into an escalating battle of wills with catastrophic consequences.

Friday 30, September

Saturday 1, October

Sunday 2, October

Show Future Dates
Railway Children

Railway Children

PGfor thematic material, some violence and language.

Set in rural England against the backdrop of WW2 when children are flooding into the countryside to escape the bombing of industrial cities. With the help of Bobbie Waterbury (Jenny Agutter), a group of young evacuees are taken into her rural home and begin to settle into their new life. But when the children encounter a young soldier who, like them, is far away from home, a true adventure ensues.

Friday 30, September

Saturday 1, October

Sunday 2, October

Show Future Dates
See How They Run

See How They Run

PG-13for some violence/bloody images and a sexual reference.

In the West End of 1950s London, plans for a movie version of a smash-hit play come to an abrupt halt after a pivotal member of the crew is murdered. When world-weary Inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) and eager rookie Constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan) takes on the case, the two find themselves thrown into a puzzling whodunit within the glamorously sordid theater underground, investigating the mysterious homicide at their own peril.

SPRD Family Movie Night

SPRD Family Movie Night

PG

Family Movie Night sponsored by Sisters Park & Recreation District and Sisters Movie House. A visually stunning celebration of what makes Texas unique, its diverse landscapes and remarkable wildlife behavior that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

Thursday 29, September

The Good House

The Good House

Rfor brief sexuality and language.

The Good House follows Hildy Good (Sigourney Weaver), a wry New England realtor and descendant of the Salem witches, who loves her wine and her secrets. Her compartmentalized life begins to unravel as she rekindles a romance with her old high-school flame, Frank Getchell (Kevin Kline), and becomes dangerously entwined in one person’s reckless behavior. Igniting long-buried emotions and family secrets, Hildy is propelled toward a reckoning with the one person she’s been avoiding for decades: herself. Veteran screenwriters Maya Forbes (who also directed Infinitely Polar Bear) and Wallace Wolodarsky adapt and direct Ann Leary’s novel as a piercing observation of a woman capable of great charm, but always ready to sabotage her own success when the mood descends. Seeing the risk escalate, her family stages an intervention. It goes about as well as expected.

The Last Band on Stage

The Last Band on Stage

NR

March 14, 2020. Chicago is the last band on stage as the worldwide COVID lockdowns begin. The Last Band on Stage tells the incredible story of how the 55 year-old bandsurvived a pandemic that stopped the world in its tracks.

Thursday 6, October