We hope you all had a lovely Easter! Regardless of whether you ended up travelling outside of Canberra over the break, this week's screenings are guaranteed to take you on a journey to a variety of wanderlustful locations, including remote Iceland, a lighthouse in the 1800s, the gritty U.S./Mexico border and picturesque 19th century England.
• WED 7 APR @ 7:30 PM: A WHITE, WHITE DAY (M, 109 mins)
Still mourning the accidental death of his wife two years earlier, a former police chief begins to suspect that she may have been having an affair with another man, leading him down an unpredictable path, in this spellbinding Icelandic drama. Presented in partnership with the Scandinavian Australian Association.
• THU 8 APR @ 7:30 PM: THE LIGHTHOUSE (MA, 109 mins)
In the late 1800s, two lighthouse keepers (Willem Dafoe, Robert Pattinson) stationed on a remote and mysterious island in New England are stranded there by a powerful storm, and quickly find themselves struggling to maintain their sanity.
• FRI 9 APR @ 7:30 PM: THE MARKSMAN (M, 108 mins)
An ageing Arizona rancher (Liam Neeson) living along the border between the U.S. and Mexico becomes the unlikely defender of a young Mexican boy who has been pursued into the country by drug cartel assassins.
• SAT 10 APR @ **5 PM**: EMMA. (PG, 125 mins – ‘No Guests’ screening)
In 19th century England, restless socialite Emma Woodhouse (Anya Taylor-Joy) spends her days meddling in the romantic affairs of her friends and loved ones, in this spirited new adaptation of Jane Austen's timeless novel.