We wish you all a wonderful and safe Australia Day long weekend. This week, you can catch two space-based documentaries, as well as an evening of all-star whodunits!
And keep an eye out for our new programme for Autumn 2020 which will be dropping next week. The new season will commence on Monday 17 February with a FREE screening of KNIVES OUT at 7:30 PM, with entry open to all to attend (no membership required). So in case you aren’t able to make it this weekend, you’ll have one more chance to catch the Oscar-nominated murder mystery!
• FRI 24 JAN @ 7:30 PM: APOLLO 11 (G, 93 mins) + MEMORY: THE ORIGINS OF ALIEN (M, 94 mins)
Take a thrilling and critically-acclaimed look at NASA’s historic 1969 mission to land a man on the moon in APOLLO 11 as told using hundreds of hours of never-before-seen archival footage and audio recordings.
Then, in MEMORY: THE ORIGINS OF ALIEN (at approx. 9:15 PM) discover the untold origins of Ridley Scott's 1979 iconic sci-fi film, exploring the
symbiotic process of filmmaking and the power of classical mythology as well as the works of H.R. Giger.
• SAT 25 JAN @ **5 PM**: THE MIRROR CRACK’D (PG, 105 mins)
Miss Marple (Angela Lansbury) is asked to investigate the poisoning where a visiting movie star appears to have been the intended victim in this classic 1980 whodunit based on Agatha Christie’s novel. Also starring Elizabeth Taylor, Tony Curtis and Rock Hudson.
• SAT 25 JAN @ 7:30 PM: KNIVES OUT (M, 130 mins)
An unconventional detective (Daniel Craig) is enlisted to investigate the sudden death of the patriarch of a dysfunctional family in this Oscar-nominated murder mystery featuring an all-star cast including Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Toni Collette and Christopher Plummer.