Thursday 20th Sept - Wednesday 26th Sept
 What's Showing click on title for movie info click on image to view trailer
  • The Nun

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    Fri 21 Sept   -  8:30pm

    Tue 25 Sept  -  8:45pm

     

    A priest with a haunted past and a novice on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate the death of a young nun in Romania and confront a malevolent force in the form of a demonic nun.
  • Christopher Robin

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    Thur 20 Sept  -  6:15pm

    Wed 26 Sept  -  6:15pm

     

    A working-class family man, Christopher Robin, encounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, who helps him to rediscover the joys of life.
  • Crazy Rich Asians

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    Thurs 20 Sept  - 8:30pm

    Sat 22 Sept  -  8:30pm

    Sun 23 Sept  -  6:15pm

    Tue 25 Sept  -  6:15pm

     

    This contemporary romantic comedy, based on a global bestseller, follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's family.
  • Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again

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    Fri 21 Sept  -  6:15pm

    Mon 24 Sept  -  6:15pm

     

    In this sequel to Mamma Mia!, Sophie learns about her mother's past while pregnant herself.
  • Black k Klansman

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    Sun 23  Sept  -  8:45pm

    Wed 26 Sept  -  8:30pm

     

    Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer from Colorado, successfully manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan with the help of a white surrogate, who eventually becomes head of the local branch.
  • Jimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy

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    Mon 24 Sept   -  8:30pm

     

    Documentary telling the story of Barnes's childhood survival in the slums of Glasgow before moving to Australia and joining Cold Chisel.
  • Smallfoot

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    Sat 22 Sept  -  6:15pm

     

    A Yeti is convinced that the elusive creatures known as "humans" really do exist.
 Sun Pictures The World's Oldest Outdoor Picture Gardens
 What you need to know when visiting Sun Pictures Tickets can be purchased when the doors open, about 30 mins before the first session - cash only, sorry no EFTPOS Doors close when the movie starts The second session will start once the first movie has finished and the venue is vacated Seating consists of canvas deck chairs with some seats are out under the stars and some under the verandah There is a grassed area at the front of the screen if you wish to take a blanket to sit on Sun Pictures is a cash only venue with a small kiosk and cafe Smoking and alcohol are not permitted
 Movie Classifications

When choosing a movie to watch, the classification rating gives you an idea of the movie content and suitability for you and your child

 

Below is a quick guide to classifications, their meanings and restrictions.

 

If you require further information you can contact the Australian Classification board on (02) 9289 7100 or visit www.classifications.gov,au

 General (G) The content is very mild in impact. The G classification is suitable for everyone. G products may contain classifiable elements such as language and themes that are very mild in impact. However, some G-classified films or computer games may contain content that is not of interest to children. Parental Guidance (PG) The content is mild in impact. The impact of PG (Parental Guidance) classified films and computer games should be no higher than mild, but they may contain content that children find confusing or upsetting and may require the guidance or parents and guardians. They may, for example, contain classifiable elements such as language and themes that are mild in impact. It is not recommended for viewing or playing by persons under 15 without guidance from parents or guardians Mature (M) The content is moderate in impact. Films and computer games classified M (Mature) contain content of a moderate impact and are recommended for teenagers aged 15 years and over. Children under 15 may legally access this material because it is an advisory category. However, M classified films and computer games may include classifiable elements such as violence and nudity of moderate impact that are not recommended for children under 15 years. Parents and guardians may need to find out more about the film or computer game’s specific content, before deciding whether the material is suitable for their child. The following classification categories are restricted categories. This means there are legal restrictions on viewing or playing these films and computer games. Mature Accompanied (MA 15+) The content is strong in impact. MA 15+ classified material contains strong content and is legally restricted to persons 15 years and over. It may contain classifiable elements such as sex scenes and drug use that are strong in impact. A person may be asked to show proof of their age before hiring or purchasing an MA 15+ film or computer game. Cinema staff may also request that the person show proof of their age before allowing them to watch an MA 15+ film. Children under the age of 15 may not legally watch, buy or hire MA 15+ classified material unless they are in the company of a parent or adult guardian. Children under 15 who go to the cinema to see an MA 15+ film must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian for the duration of the film. The parent or adult guardian must also purchase the movie ticket for the child. The guardian must be an adult exercising parental control over the person under 15 years of age. The guardian needs to be 18 years or older. Restricted (R18+) The content is high in impact R 18+ classified material is restricted to adults. Such material may contain classifiable elements such as sex scenes and drug use that are high in impact. Some material classified R18+ may be offensive to sections of the adult community. A person may be asked for proof of their age before purchasing, hiring or viewing R18+ films and computer games at a retail store or cinema.