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Monday 24, June

Riddle of Fire

Riddle of Fire

PGcoarse language, violence, smoking, child alcohol use.

Monday 24, June

Tuesday 25, June

Riddle of Fire

Riddle of Fire

PGcoarse language, violence, smoking, child alcohol use.

Tuesday 25, June

Wednesday 26, June

Riddle of Fire

Riddle of Fire

PGcoarse language, violence, smoking, child alcohol use.

Wednesday 26, June

Kalki 2898 AD (Telugu w/e.s.t.)

Kalki 2898 AD (Telugu w/e.s.t.)

Rating TBA

Wednesday 26, June

Thursday 27, June

The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowski

14Acoarse language.

Thursday 27, June

Kalki 2898 AD (Telugu w/e.s.t.)

Kalki 2898 AD (Telugu w/e.s.t.)

Rating TBA

Thursday 27, June

Friday 28, June

The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowski

14Acoarse language.

Friday 28, June

Saturday 29, June

The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowski

14Acoarse language.

Saturday 29, June

Sunday 30, June

The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowski

14Acoarse language.

Sunday 30, June

Tuesday 2, July

The Boy in the Woods

The Boy in the Woods

PGviolence.

Tuesday 2, July

Wednesday 3, July

The Boy in the Woods

The Boy in the Woods

PGviolence.

Wednesday 3, July

Thursday 4, July

The Boy in the Woods

The Boy in the Woods

PGviolence.

Thursday 4, July

Friday 5, July

The Boy in the Woods

The Boy in the Woods

PGviolence.

Friday 5, July

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Friday 5, July

Saturday 6, July

The Boy in the Woods

The Boy in the Woods

PGviolence.

Saturday 6, July

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Saturday 6, July

Sunday 7, July

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Sunday 7, July

Monday 8, July

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Monday 8, July

Tuesday 9, July

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Tuesday 9, July

Wednesday 10, July

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Wednesday 10, July

Thursday 11, July

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Thursday 11, July

Friday 12, July

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Friday 12, July

Saturday 13, July

Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train

14A

Saturday 13, July

Set It Off

Set It Off

14Asexual content, strong language, violence.

Saturday 13, July

Sunday 14, July

My Own Private Idaho

My Own Private Idaho

14Anudity, sexual content, strong language.

Sunday 14, July

Monday 15, July

My Own Private Idaho

My Own Private Idaho

14Anudity, sexual content, strong language.

Monday 15, July

Tuesday 16, July

Set It Off

Set It Off

14Asexual content, strong language, violence.

Tuesday 16, July

Wednesday 17, July

Set It Off

Set It Off

14Asexual content, strong language, violence.

Wednesday 17, July

Thursday 18, July

Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train

14A

Thursday 18, July

Friday 19, July

Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train

14A

Friday 19, July

Thursday 15, August

Coraline 15th Anniversary

Coraline 15th Anniversary

PG

Thursday 15, August

Friday 16, August

Coraline 15th Anniversary

Coraline 15th Anniversary

PG

Friday 16, August

Saturday 17, August

Coraline 15th Anniversary

Coraline 15th Anniversary

PG

Saturday 17, August

Babes

Babes

14Asexual content, strong language.

Dir: Pamela Adlon, US, 2024. Ilana Glazer, Michelle Buteau, Elena Ouspenskaia. “When I say Babes is one messy comedy, I mean that in the best possible way. Eden and Dawn have been besties since they were 11 years old — but now that Dawn has just given birth to her second child and Eden is about to become a single mother, their friendship is put to the test as they each cope with the emotional and physical messiness of life. With Pamela Adlon directing in a style reminiscent of the best Nora Ephron movies of the 1970s and 1980s, a sharp and hilarious and poignant screenplay… And winning performances from the co-leads, Babes is one terrific friend-com, or should we say a mom-com… A celebration of the miracle of new life, and an unflinching look at the realities of what it means to become a mother. Babes never makes a misstep even as it delves into a number of familiar tropes and we’re pretty sure we know where things are going. The journey is joyful and also darkly funny, and the ending … well, I just loved the ending.” – Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times “It is so fun. If you loved Bridesmaids, you will love Babes.” – Christy Lemire, FilmWeek

Friday 5, July

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Tuesday 9, July

Wednesday 10, July

Thursday 11, July

Friday 12, July

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Coraline 15th Anniversary

Coraline 15th Anniversary

PG

Dir: Henry Selick, US, 2009. Dakota Fanning, Ian McShane, Teri Hatcher, Keith David, John Hodgman, Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders. Celebrate the 15th anniversary of the acclaimed stop-motion epic that has enchanted fans since its release back in 2009, when Coraline returns to cinemas. “A visual marvel. Gorgeous to watch in all its dazzling stop-motion animation splendor.” - USA Today

Thursday 15, August

Friday 16, August

Saturday 17, August

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Kalki 2898 AD (Telugu w/e.s.t.)

Kalki 2898 AD (Telugu w/e.s.t.)

Rating TBA

Presented by 2KERALA Entertainment Network. HST#867913774RT0001 Ticket prices include a $1 service fee. A modern-day avatar of Vishnu, a Hindu god, who is believed to have descended to earth to protect the world from evil forces.

Wednesday 26, June

Thursday 27, June

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My Own Private Idaho

My Own Private Idaho

14Anudity, sexual content, strong language.

Dir: Gus Van Sant, US, 1991. River Phoenix, Keanu Reeves, James Russo. Venice Film Festival Winner, Best Actor, River Phoenix; TIFF Winner, International Critic's Award. Presented in Celebration of The PEI Pride Festival. “Van Sant's impressive third feature has enough ideas to fill three movies, a plenitude that threatens to blow the film apart (but never does). It's a road movie filmed mainly from the point of view of gay hustler Mike (Phoenix, superb), a narcoleptic who falls unconscious without warning at moments of stress. As Mike tours the Pacific Northwest doing 'dates', he meets up with mayor's son Scott, and together they set off in search of Mike's mother. The disconcerting realities of the situation are punctuated by sequences of surreal, dreamlike beauty, 'documentary'-style inserts, and playful variations on Shakespeare, with Scott still playing Prince Hal to the Falstaffian Bob, a thief and ex-hustler, in the knowledge that he will soon be 'King'. Stunning to look at - the dawn and dusk landscapes are sublime - and seductively scored, the film's uniqueness lies in its remarkable emotional open-heartedness.” – Wally Hammond, Time Out

Sunday 14, July

Monday 15, July

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Riddle of Fire

Riddle of Fire

PGcoarse language, violence, smoking, child alcohol use.

Dir: Weston Razooli, US, 2023. Lio Tipton, Charles Halford, Charlie Stover. Awards include Free Spirit Award, Warsaw International Film Festival; Audience Award, Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival and Mon Premier Festival; Best Film, Buenas Aires Independant Film Festival, Slash Film Festival, and Cineuropa. “The adventurous spirit of The Goonies and Time Bandits lives on in the charmingly homespun feature debut of filmmaker Weston Razooli… Captured on Kodak 16mm film, with all of the rich color and texture that entails, Riddle of Fire is a giddy romp through the woods of rural Wyoming that harkens back to the best kid-focused fantasy flicks of yesteryear… who needs big studio entertainment when you have indie films as fun as this? It centers on a trio of troublemaking best friends: brothers Jodie and Hazel and their gal pal Alice… Armed with dirt bikes and paintball guns, these little rascals roam their hometown like a miniature biker gang, basking in the freedom of having parents too tired and busy to keep an eye on them. When the kids obtain a new video game system… they are alarmed to discover that Hazel and Jodie’s mother, Julie, has changed the password on the television. Sick in bed and reluctant to let them sit inside all day, Julie agrees to give them the password under one condition: that they go to the local bakery and get her one of the blueberry pies she’s loved since she was a child... When you’re a kid, nothing is ever as easy as it seems… That’s true about Alice, Hazel, and Jodie’s odyssey, which involves bringing a baker something colder than ice, obtaining an egg with speckles for good luck, and becoming accidentally kidnapped by a gang of poachers and taxidermists… A dark fairy tale that blurs the line between reality and fantasy in a way recognizable to anyone who ever had a child’s active imagination, Riddle of Fire will make you feel young again in the best way possible.” – Lee Jutton, Film Inquiry

Monday 24, June

Tuesday 25, June

Wednesday 26, June

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Set It Off

Set It Off

14Asexual content, strong language, violence.

Dir: F. Gary Gray, US, 1996. Jada Pinkett, Queen Latifah, Vivica A. Fox. Presented in Celebration of The PEI Pride Festival. “Rob a bank? Sure, why not. Each of the four L.A. housing-project girlfriends who get into the heist business in Set It Off has been messed up by the system, and none have anything to lose. Frankie was recently fired from her bank-teller job. Tisean, a single mother, has lost her toddler son to child welfare until she can come up with the money she needs to pay for child care while she cleans offices. Cleo, a raucous, pot-smoking lesbian, is always up for messing around. And Stony, in shock after cops kill her brother in a case of mistaken identity, just wants the means to get out… So the girls get guns, learn to shoot, put on wigs and sunglasses that make their bad old selves look like early Tina Turner clones, and go into the bank-robbing business - the success of which inevitably leaves them wanting more. You can hear echoes of Boyz N the Hood, Thelma & Louise, and even Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in Set It Off, but none of those influences account for the very particular, very engaging dark and loose qualities of this fresh piece of work… Sisterhood (and, in Tisean’s case, motherhood) binds these friends together in ways no boy in the hood could understand… Set It Off [is] a valuable model for a new kind of girl-pack story: one that’s not just for girls.” – Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly

Saturday 13, July

Tuesday 16, July

Wednesday 17, July

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Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train

14A

Dir: Alfred Hitchcock, US, 1951. Farley Granger, Robert Walker, Ruth Roman. Presented in Celebration of The PEI Pride Festival. “If Hitchcock is the Master of Suspense on screen, Patricia Highsmith has more than a claim to being the literary equivalent, and so this adaptation of her debut novel – with a screenplay written by Raymond Chandler, no less – was always going to be a triumph. The plot concerns a chance meeting between a charming psychopath and a tennis professional aboard a train, with the former proposing a deal: that they each commit a murder on the other's behalf. The tennis player agrees, thinking his new acquaintance can't actually be serious, but soon finds himself desperately having to prove his innocence. Full of his trademark suspense, it features some of Hitchock's best set pieces – most notably a thrilling scene at a fairground towards the film's conclusion.” – Patrick Cremona, Radio Times.

Saturday 13, July

Thursday 18, July

Friday 19, July

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The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowski

14Acoarse language.

Dir: Joel Coen/Ethan Coen, US, 1998. Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore. “This comic update of the world crystallised by Raymond Chandler charts the disastrous involvement of laidback dopehead Jeff 'the Dude' Lebowski in a kidnapping case involving the wife of his millionaire namesake. The Dude is hired as bagman and of course finds himself increasingly at risk as he makes his way about an LA populated by the rich, strange and dangerous. Nor do his bowling buddies help: Donny is frankly several pins short of a strike; while Walter, a crazed, irascible Viet vet, is so determined to stand his (and the Dude's) ground that he causes more trouble than he solves. Immensely inventive and entertaining… It's still a prime example of the Coens' effortless brand of stylistic and storytelling brilliance. Thanks to Roger Deakins' gleaming camerawork, T-Bone Burnett's eclectic soundtrack selection and the Coens' typically pithy dialogue, it looks and sounds wonderful. Moreover, far from being shallow pastiche, it's actually about something: what it means to be a man, to be a friend, and to be a 'hero' for a particular time and place.” – Geoff Andrew, Time Out (London)

Thursday 27, June

Friday 28, June

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The Boy in the Woods

The Boy in the Woods

PGviolence.

Dir: Rebecca Snow, Canada, 2024. Richard Armitage, Christopher Heyerdahl, Ari Millen. "Based on a true story, this is a finely made survival drama set in the final years of World War II. The historical realities provide a horrific edge… But writer-director Rebecca Snow skilfully maintains the youthful perspective, which keeps the actual violence off-screen… In Nazi-occupied Poland in 1943, the last Jewish residents are being ‘resettled’, but 12-year-old Max is sent by his desperate mother to the countryside to live with farmer Jasko and his wife Kasia. But when the Germans begin snooping around, Max has to go live alone in a bunker in the forest. As he learns how to survive, he runs into the younger Yanek. But there's danger everywhere as they forage for food and try to stay out of sight from hunters and both German and Russian soldiers. Filmed in northern Canada, the settings are remarkably realistic… Young Klyne has terrific screen presence in a demanding role, portraying a sharp boy who is observant and thoughtful. His quietly methodical approach, even in the most nightmarish situation, is inspiring and even powerful… The details of this account are remarkable, and they are dramatized with skill." — Rich Cline, Shadows On The Wall

Tuesday 2, July

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