Mary Poppins Returns – a wonderful film for those who still have the power to suspend disbelief and accept that magic (and some gentle discipline!) still has its place in our seemingly rootless twenty first century world.
Supported by Alpha Box and Dice, Graduation opens Thursday 29 November upstairs at the Grace Emily at 6pm so get along and see for yourself the work of this legend in the making.
We have two great film titles to give away thanks to our friends at Icon Films.
The Old Man & The Gun is a very entertaining film. It is a clever homage to Robert Redford’s earlier work, as well as being a film that calls out to us all to live our lives to the fullest for as long as we can.
Fahrenheit 11/9 is an unsettling viewing experience, but encourages its audience to join the collective call for change and to take action to stop our world from entering an even darker period of political insanity.
Points definitely go for nostalgia, and it is a must-see for those who enjoyed the original, and those who like a slasher around Halloween.
A highly emotive true story of a young man’s struggle with sexuality and the unethical practise of conversion therapy.
Set with a visually stunning backdrop of the Caucasus mountains, Dede follows Dina along her personal journey of love within the very remote community of Ushguli.
A Star is Born is powered by strong performances from both Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper and is a touching and tear-jerking love story that deals with the dramatic life of being in showbiz.
Released on October 11, In Like Flynn is the story of the Aussie star who made it big in the movie biz!