There’s been a slight delay in the uploading of our upcoming Summer programme to our website, but we hope to be able to share what we’ll be screening between October 2019 and February 2020 with you shortly. In the meantime, if you are attending screenings, you can peruse our programme the good old-fashioned way by picking up one of our new flyers!
For the final week of our Spring programme, don’t miss Pixar’s latest, Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham teaming up to save the world, the disturbing new horror film from the director of HEREDITARY, a Palestinian political drama, and our special commemorative screening of WEST SIDE STORY.
• WED 25 SEP @ 7:30 PM: THE REPORTS ON SARAH AND SALEEM (MA, 132 mins)
The extramarital affair between a Palestinian man and an Israeli woman takes a dangerous political turn when they are caught together in public by authorities. Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Palestine.
• THU 26 SEP @ 7:30 PM: MIDSOMMAR (R, 147 mins)
A young American couple travel to Sweden to attend a festival, but their holiday takes a sinister turn when they become involved in extreme pagan rituals in the latest horror film from director Ari Aster (HEREDITARY).
• FRI 27 SEP @ 7:30 PM: FAST & FURIOUS: HOBBS & SHAW (M, 136 mins)
A federal agent (Dwayne Johnson) and a reformed mercenary (Jason Statham) are forced to team up to stop a genetically-enhanced terrorist (Idris Elba) in this spin-off of the FAST & FURIOUS action franchise.
• SAT 28 SEP @ **5 PM**: TOY STORY 4 (G, 100 mins)
Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the gang embark on an unexpected adventure with new and old friends when they are separated during a road trip in the acclaimed fourth entry in Pixar’s beloved series.
• SAT 28 SEP @ 7:30 PM: WEST SIDE STORY (PG, 151 mins)
Two youngsters from rival New York City gangs fall in love, but tensions between their respective friends build toward tragedy in this classic 1961 musical. Winner of 10 Academy Awards, including Best
** 'NO GUESTS' SCREENINGS THIS WEEK: FAST & FURIOUS: HOBBS & SHAW, TOY STORY 4 **
WIN TICKETS TO ‘WEST SIDE STORY’ – THE BROADWAY MUSICAL
This Saturday, the ANU Film Group will be screening the 1961 film adaptation of WEST SIDE STORY in commemoration of the Canberra Theatre Centre’s upcoming season of the original Broadway musical from October 10 to 27.
Tickets for the final shows of the season have just been released, so be sure to head to https://canberratheatrecentre.com.au/show/west-side-story/ to get your tickets before they sell out!
Alternatively, if you’d like to try your luck, the Canberra Theatre Centre has been very generous in donating an A Reserve double pass (valued at $240) for us to give away as a lucky door prize at Saturday’s screening. All you have to do to go into the running is attend the screening and we’ll pick a
lucky winner from the attendees on the night. Don’t forget to bring your membership card!
It’s the penultimate week of our Spring programme… even though it sure feels like winter out there. We’re currently putting the final touches on our Summer programme, and will be announcing the full line-up – which will run from October 2019 to February 2020 – next week!
In the meantime, we’ve got Marvel’s latest Spider-Man blockbuster this week, along with Emma Thompson as a talk show host, a classic rom-com starring Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn, an all-star Aussie comedy-drama, the latest directorial effort from Ralph Fiennes, and an American indie inspired by the music of Bruce Springsteen.
• TUE 17 SEP @ 7:30 PM: THUNDER ROAD (M, 90 mins)
After an emotional public breakdown at his mother’s funeral, a police officer finds his entire life beginning to unravel in this award-winning indie dramedy inspired by the music of Bruce Springsteen.
• THU 19 SEP @ 7:30 PM: SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME (M, 129 mins)
While on a school trip to Europe, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is recruited to uncover the mystery behind elemental creatures threatening the world. Also starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Samuel L. Jackson.
• FRI 20 SEP @ 7:30 PM: LATE NIGHT (M, 102 mins) + WOMAN OF THE YEAR (PG, 114 mins)
In LATE NIGHT, a legendary talk show host (Emma Thompson) attempts to revive her career by hiring her show’s first-ever female writer (Mindy Kaling), a decision which turns both of their lives upside down.
Then, in WOMAN OF THE YEAR (at approx. 9:30 PM), Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn star as rival reporters who find their relationship strained when she wins a prestigious award in this 1942 rom-com.
• SAT 21 SEP @ **5 PM**: PALM BEACH (M, 97 mins)
A group of lifelong friends reunite for a party at Sydney's Palm Beach, but it doesn't take long for tensions to mount and deep secrets to emerge. Starring Bryan Brown, Sam Neill, Richard E. Grant and Greta Scacchi.
• SAT 21 SEP @ 7:30 PM: THE WHITE CROW (M, 127 mins)
At the height of the Cold War, top Russian ballerina Rudolf Nureyev makes the decision to seek asylum in the West, despite the efforts of the KGB to stop him. Directed by Ralph Fiennes and based on the true story.
** 'NO GUESTS' SCREENINGS THIS WEEK: SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME, LATE NIGHT **
WIN TICKETS TO 'RIDE LIKE A GIRL' – IN CINEMAS SEPTEMBER 26
Thanks to Transmission Films, we’ve got tickets to give away to RIDE LIKE A GIRL, the inspirational new Australian drama based on the life of Michelle Payne.
All her life, Michelle Payne (Teresa Palmer) has dreamt of the impossible: winning the Melbourne Cup. Against all odds – including family tragedy and life-threatening accidents – Michelle rides on with the love of her father (Sam Neill) and brother Stevie (playing himself) for a shot at her dream.
RIDE LIKE A GIRL is in cinemas from Thursday 26 September. You can view the film’s trailer here: https://youtu.be/XaJhEeAtCnU
To go into the running to win an in-season double pass to see the film in cinemas, all you have to do is email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with (1) your name, (2) your membership number, and (3) tell us the title of another film starring Sam Neill that is screening at the ANUFG this week.
Entries will close on Tuesday 24 September at 11:59 PM, with winners to be notified via email and prizes to be collected at ANUFG screenings.
Canberra’s inaugural Hungarian Film Festival begins this week at the ANU Film Group!
Proudly presented with the Embassy of Hungary, this seven-day festival of contemporary and classic Hungarian cinema kicks off tonight with ETERNAL WINTER, the untold true story of more than 700,000 Hungarians who were imprisoned in Soviet labour camps during WWII.
We hope you will join us for this opportunity to see films rarely seen on the big screen in Canberra. Check out the full line-up of films – ranging from historical blockbusters to action-thrillers and family fare – below or at www.anufg.org.au/hungary2019
• MON 9 SEP @ 7:30 PM: ETERNAL WINTER (110 mins)
As WWII draws to a close, two prisoners find unlikely love at a Soviet labour camp in this untold story based on true events.
• TUE 10 SEP @ 7:30 PM: KINCSEM – BET ON REVENGE (121 mins)
In the late 1800s, a man seeks redemption on the racetrack in this blockbuster film based on the true story of the most successful race horse in history.
• WED 11 SEP @ 7:30 PM: THE WHISKEY BANDIT (126 mins)
Police in Budapest are baffled by a string of non-violent robberies over six years in the 1990s, with no clues but the scent of whiskey left lingering at the scene.
• THU 12 SEP @ 7:30 PM: MOSCOW SQUARE (88 mins)
In 1989, a group of students contemplate life after high school against the backdrop of political upheaval and the end of Communism in Hungary.
• FRI 13 SEP @ 7:30 PM: LILI (85 mins)
In 1956, a young mother flees Hungary in the midst of a revolution. Decades later, she reveals to her daughter a history of abandonment and family tragedy. Followed by Q&A with with cinematographer Zoltan Vladucz and local film historian Andrew Pike.
• SAT 14 SEP @ **3 PM**: VUK – THE LITTLE FOX (74 mins)
An orphaned young fox must learn to live alone in this moving Hungarian animated film that has been beloved for generations.
• SUN 15 SEP @ **3 PM**: CAT CITY (96 mins)
In this animated sci-fi/spy parody, a lone mouse embarks on a mission to save his civilisation from a criminal syndicate of cats determined to destroy them.
** All screenings are FREE and open to everyone (no membership, registration or tickets required). **
WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
If you’re ‘Hungary’ for more than Hungarian cinema this week, we still have two other films screening on Saturday evening: a re-telling of Shakespeare’s Hamlet from a new point of view and a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Michael Hutchence.
• SAT 14 SEP @ 7:30 PM: OPHELIA (M, 106 mins) + MYSTIFY: MICHAEL HUTCHENCE (M, 102 mins)
View Shakespeare's Hamlet from a different point of view in OPHELIA, when the Queen's most trusted lady-in-waiting (Daisy Ridley) finds herself embroiled in political intrigue after falling for the young Prince of Denmark. Also starring Naomi Watts and Clive Owen.
Then, in MYSTIFY: MICHAEL HUTCHENCE (at approx. 9:15 PM), take an intimate look behind the curtain at the private life of the late INXS frontman, combining rare footage with insights from those who knew him best.
This week at the ANU Film Group, catch an Oscar-nominated German drama, journey through the underbelly of Los Angeles, embark on a quest with Asterix and Obelix, and rally behind the inspirational true story of a German POW-turned-goalkeeper.
• THU 5 SEP @ 7:30 PM: UNDER THE SILVER LAKE (MA, 139 mins)
When his neighbour suddenly vanishes without a trace, a man (Andrew Garfield) sets out on a surreal quest into the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles to unravel the mystery behind her disappearance.
• FRI 6 SEP @ 7:30 PM: NEVER LOOK AWAY (M, 189 mins)
In this Oscar-nominated drama, haunted by his childhood under the Nazis, a young painter tries to find inspiration and love against the backdrop of crucial periods in German history. Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Germany.
• SAT 7 SEP @ **5 PM**: ASTERIX: THE SECRET OF THE MAGIC POITION (PG, 85 mins)
With their village's druid is injured, Asterix and Obelix embark on a quest to find a young wizard worthy of inheriting the secret recipe for his legendary magic potion. Note: this animated film will screen in its English dubbed version.
• SAT 7 SEP @ 7:30 PM: THE KEEPER (M, 119 mins)
Shortly after WWII, German prisoner-of-war Bert Trautmann is recruited as a goalkeeper by the Manchester City soccer team in the face of prejudice, public hostility and personal tragedy. Based on the inspirational true story.
COMING SOON: HUNGARIAN FILM FESTIVAL
Next week from September 9 to 15, the ANU Film Group will be hosting the inaugural Hungarian Film Festival in Canberra in partnership with the Embassy of Hungary.
Over the course of seven days from Monday to Sunday, we will be screening seven films direct from Hungary – a selection of new films and contemporary classics, most of which have never been seen before on the big screen in Australia!
Screenings are free and open to everyone (no membership required), with all films subtitled in English. To view the full programme or find out more, head to www.anufg.org.au/hungary2019
Our biggest night of the year is upon us with our annual Trivia Night on Friday. Thank you to all of the people who have supported us by buying a ticket – we look forward to seeing you at the Hellenic Club in Woden in just two days!
Ticket sales have now closed – but we have limited seats available on request for individuals or small groups. If you’re interested in coming along, email us at email@example.com and we'll try to squeeze you in.
As if a trivia extravaganza wasn’t enough, we also finish up the month of August with a number of films, including Disney’s new live-action take on ALADDIN, French zombies, an American indie drama, and Terry Gilliam’s latest fantasy epic more than 30 years in the making.
• WED 28 AUG @ 7:30 PM: 1985 (M, 86 mins)
After discovering that he is dying of AIDS, a closeted gay man returns to his hometown and struggles to reveal his diagnosis to his conservative family in this acclaimed American indie drama.
• THU 29 AUG @ 7:30 PM: THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD (MA, 94 mins)
A man awakens in an apartment in Paris to discover that he appears to be the sole survivor of a zombie invasion and must do what he can to stay alive in this acclaimed zombie thriller. Note: this will screen in its French-language version.
• FRI 30 AUG @ 7:30 PM: ANNUAL TRIVIA NIGHT
Need we say more?
• SAT 31 AUG @ **5 PM**: ALADDIN (PG, 128 mins)
A street urchin named Aladdin (Mena Massoud) embarks on a magical adventure after finding a lamp that contains a powerful genie (Will Smith) in this live-action take on Disney's 1992 animated classic.
• SAT 31 AUG @ 7:30 PM: THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE (M, 133 mins)
A disillusioned film director (Adam Driver) becomes entangled in the time-jumping fantasies of an old Spanish cobbler (Jonathan Pryce) in Terry Gilliam's adventure-comedy that was more than 30 years in the making.
** NO GUESTS SCREENINGS THIS WEEK: ALADDIN **
Have you got your tickets to our Annual Trivia Night next Friday yet? Ticket sales are closing very shortly, so make sure you get in quick to avoid missing out on THE best trivia night you’ll ever attend.
Purchase your tickets by Monday 27 August and you’ll even go into the running to win one of two awesome T-shirts and double passes to see Quentin Tarantino’s ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD in cinemas, courtesy of our friends at Sony Pictures.
What are you waiting for? Get your tickets now at www.anufg.org.au/trivia
WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
This week, don’t miss the ANU Film Group’s premiere screenings of three films that never made it to Canberra cinemas, including the beautiful ÁGA, punk rock drama HER SMELL and a look at the world of Haute Couture in YELLOW IS FORBIDDEN. Plus, Julianne Moore finds new love in GLORIA BELL and two sisters are forced into the drug trade in LITTLE WOODS.
• THU 22 AUG @ 7:30 PM: HER SMELL (MA, 135 mins)
A punk rocker (Elisabeth Moss) struggles with sobriety while trying to recapture the creative inspiration that led her all-girl band to success in the '90s in this American indie drama.
• FRI 23 AUG @ 7:30 PM: ÁGA (PG, 90 mins) + YELLOW IS FORBIDDEN (G, 95 mins)
In ÁGA, an elderly Inuit couple find their traditional way of life in the Arctic slipping away, and set out on a journey to reconnect with their estranged daughter. Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Bulgaria.
Then, in YELLOW IS FORBIDDEN (at approx. 9 PM), a Chinese couturier seeks recognition from the exclusive world of Haute Couture in this documentary exploring art versus commerce.
• SAT 24 AUG @ 7:30 PM: GLORIA BELL (M, 101 mins) + LITTLE WOODS (M, 103 mins)
A free-spirited divorcée (Julianne Moore) finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with all of the joys and complications of new love, in this remake of a 2013 Chilean film.
Then, in LITTLE WOODS (at approx. 9:15 PM), two desperate sisters (Tessa Thompson and Lily James) are drawn into the illegal world of drug trading to help the residents of their town access Canadian health care.
LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL: WEEK 3
The Latin American Film Festival comes to a close this week with films from Argentina, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. Entry into these screenings is free and open to everyone (no membership required). Weekday screenings commence at 7:30 PM, while Saturday and Sunday screenings will commence at 4 PM.
• SAT 25 AUG @ **4 PM**: THE HEIRESSES (Paraguay, 2018, 97 mins)
A sheltered middle-aged heiress is forced to make a new life for herself as a chauffeur when her life partner is convicted of fraud and imprisoned.
• SUN 26 AUG @ **4 PM**: OLD FRIENDS (Peru, 2014, 93 mins)
Three lifelong friends in their 80s reunite at a funeral for the recently-departed fourth member of their group and steal his ashes in order to fulfil his dying wish.
• MON 27 AUG @ 7:30 PM: THE POPE’S TOILET (Uruguay, 2007, 98 mins)
In 1988, a man capitalises upon the Pope's upcoming visit to his poverty-stricken village by building a public toilet which he plans to charge pilgrims to use.
• TUE 28 AUG @ 7:30 PM: MAN FACING SOUTHEAST (Argentina, 1986, 105 mins)
In this sci-fi drama, a disillusioned psychiatrist is perplexed by his latest patient, who claims to be an alien sent to Earth to observe human behaviour firsthand.
Please be advised that there are two screening changes affecting some of our upcoming screenings, including tonight’s (Monday 19 August) Latin American Film Festival screening. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by these changes.
1. MONDAY 19 AUGUST – WHERE ALL ROADS END
Due to an unexpected technical issue, tonight's Latin American Film Festival screening of the Guatemalan film – WHERE ALL ROADS END – cannot proceed as planned. Fortunately, the Embassy of Guatemala has arranged at short notice for a new film to screen in its place: TREMORS (TEMBLORES).
TREMORS is the second film from award-winning Guatemalan writer-director Jayro Bustamante (IXCANUL), and just premiered to acclaim earlier this year at the 2019 Berlin International Film Festival.
In the film, Pablo (Juan Pablo Olyslager) has a great job and is married to a beautiful, younger wife, mother to his two children. But Pablo is ready to reveal a long-held secret, one which will have intense ramifications: he is in love with another man.
2. FRIDAY 27 SEPTEMBER – MA
Universal Pictures has decided to no longer release the Octavia Spencer thriller MA in Australian cinemas and, as a result, we are unable to screen it as the scheduled second feature on Friday 27 September. In the absence of any viable alternatives, and the fact that FAST & FURIOUS: HOBBS & SHAW runs for 136 minutes on its own, we have decided not to replace MA with another film.
This means that FAST & FURIOUS: HOBBS & SHAW will be the only film screening on September 27.
There’s a lot going on this week with some highly-anticipated screenings and the second week of the Latin American Film Festival – plus work has already begun on our first-ever Summer programme to run between October 2019 and February 2020!
Want to help us out? Let us know what films you’re keen to see at the ANU Film Group and we’ll take them into consideration when planning our next season. Simply head over to www.anufg.org.au/suggestions to submit your suggestions for current releases, up-and-coming films and any classics or timely favourites you’d like to see back on the big screen.
WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
Suit up, study up and suck up at the ANU Film Group this week with films including this year’s Cannes Palme d’Or winner, an alien-themed double on Friday and a hilarious female-led double feature on Saturday.
• THU 15 AUG @ 7:30 PM: PARASITE (MA, 132 mins)
The symbiotic relationship between two Korean families – one rich, one poor – is threatened by greed and prejudice in this Palme d'Or-winning satirical drama from director Bong Joon-ho (THE HOST, SNOWPIERCER).
** Want to win tickets to the upcoming Korean Film Festival screening at Palace Electric from August 22 to 25? We’ll be giving away 10 double passes as lucky door prizes at tonight’s screening of PARASITE! Find out more about the Festival or get your tickets at www.koffia.com.au **
• FRI 16 AUG @ 7:30 PM: MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL (M, 115 mins) + BRIGHTBURN (MA, 90 min)
In MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL, a veteran agent (Chris Hemsworth) and a street-smart new recruit (Tessa Thompson) must track down a stolen alien superweapon and uncover a mole within the organisation.
Then, in BRIGHTBURN (at approx. 9:30 PM), an alien child crash-lands on Earth and is raised by a human family. He eventually discovers that he has superpowers – but decides to use them for evil instead of for good.
• SAT 17 AUG @ 7:30 PM: BOOKSMART (MA, 103 mins) + WILD ROSE (M, 100 mins)
In BOOKSMART, two hard-working students set out to make up for lost time on the eve of their high school graduation by cramming four years of fun into one night in this acclaimed coming-of-age comedy. Directed by Olivia Wilde.
Then, in WILD ROSE (at approx. 9:15 PM), a young Scottish mother recently released from prison decides to leaves her mundane life (and her children) behind to chase her dreams of becoming a country music star in Nashville.
** ‘NO GUESTS’ SCREENINGS THIS WEEK: MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL **
LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL: WEEK 2
The Latin American Film Festival continues this week with films from Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico and Panama!
Entry into these screenings is free and open to everyone (no membership required). Weekday screenings commence at 7:30 PM, while Saturday and Sunday screenings will commence at 4 PM.
• SAT 17 AUG @ **4 PM**: QUIJOTES NEGROS (Ecuador, 2016, 80 min)
Fantasy and reality collide in modern-day Ecuador when Don Quixote sets out to find Sancho Panza a wife and ends up kidnapping the Queen and Princess of Spain.
• SUN 18 AUG @ **4 PM**: FALLEN GODS (Cuba, 2008, 93 min)
A university professor finds herself embroiled in the darkest depths of Havana's underworld while on an assignment researching a legendary Cuban pimp.
• MON 19 AUG @ 7:30 PM: WHERE ALL ROADS END (Guatemala, 2004, 85 min)
In the early 20th century, a doctor working in a remote village falls for a young indigenous girl amidst conflict between two warring communities.
• TUE 20 AUG @ 7:30 PM: MARA’AKAME’S DREAM (Mexico, 2016, 90 min)
A young indigenous Huichol boy dreams of playing with his band in Mexico City, but his traditionalist shaman father has other plans for him.
• WED 21 AUG @ 7:30 PM: GRACE & SPLENDOUR (Panama, 2017, 96 min)
In this romantic-comedy, two star-crossed youngsters from rival families fall in love against the elaborate backdrop of Panama's famed Carnival celebrations.
** Please note that the screening order of the films as originally published in our flyer has changed. For the most up-to-date version of the festival programme, please visit either www.anufg.org.au/LAFF2019 or the festival’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LAFFaussie **
LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL STARTS THIS WEEK
The Latin American Film Festival returns to the ANU Film Group this year for its 15th edition, featuring 14 films over 19 days, each presented by a different Latin American country.
Entry into these screenings is free and open to everyone (no membership required). Weekday screenings commence at 7:30 PM, while Saturday and Sunday screenings will commence at 4 PM.
** Please note that the screening order of the films as originally published in our flyer has recently changed. For the most up-to-date version of the festival programme, please visit either www.anufg.org.au/LAFF2019 or the festival’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LAFFaussie **
This week’s LAFF screenings include:
• FRI 9 AUG @ 7:30 PM: LIFE IS A BITCH (Brazil, 107 mins)
In this darkly comic tale of ordinary people pushed to extremes, two old friends brought to desperation by tough times hatch a plan to kidnap a millionaire.
• SAT 10 AUG @ **4 PM**: BROKEN PANTIES (Chile, 101 mins)
On her deathbed, a matriarch confesses to killing her husband 40 years ago, opening old wounds among her four adult daughters in this dark comedy.
• SUN 11 AUG @ **4 PM**: BAD LUCKY GOAT (Colombia, 76 mins)
After accidentally killing a goat with their father's truck, two teenage siblings attempt to put aside their differences and embark on a journey of reconciliation.
Please note that the presentation quality of these screenings may differ from regular ANU Film Group screenings due to the variety of supplied source formats (DVD, Blu-Ray, etc).
WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
In addition to the Latin American Film Festival kicking off on Friday, there are plenty of other films screening as part of our regular programming too, including the culmination of the X-MEN saga, the early years of author J.R.R. Tolkien, and an acclaimed and timely Ukrainian drama.
• WED 7 AUG @ 7:30 PM: DONBASS (M, 122 mins)
Society in the Donbass region of Eastern Ukraine begins to crumble in the face of ongoing conflict and propaganda, as told through 13 interconnected stories in this timely and powerful drama. Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Ukraine.
• THU 8 AUG @ 7:30 PM: TOLKIEN (M, 122 mins)
A look at the formative years of Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien (Nicholas Hoult) as he finds friendship and love at school and into the outbreak of WWI – inspiring his literary journey into Middle Earth.
• SAT 10 AUG @ 7:30 PM: X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX (M, 114 mins) + STUBER (MA, 93 mins)
When Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) is hit by a cosmic force that makes her powers highly unstable, it's up to her fellow X-Men to stop her from spiralling out of control. Starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult.
Then, in action-comedy STUBER (at approx. 9:30 PM), a vision-impaired cop (Dave Bautista) who has just undergone eye surgery reluctantly hire an Uber driver (Kumail Nanjiani) to drive him around as he tracks down a ruthless killer.
** ‘NO GUESTS’ SCREENINGS THIS WEEK: X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX **
Good news – the Kambri underground carpark is now offering three hours of free parking on weekends!
Beyond the first three hours of free parking, the rate on weekends is now a flat $3 for 3-6 hours or $5 for stays longer than 6 hours. The weekday parking rate unfortunately remains unchanged at a $6 flat rate for entry after 5 PM – but we are hopeful that this will be reduced in the near future too.
The underground carpark operates on a licence plate recognition system. Simply drive in upon arrival and if you’re leaving within your first three hours, you can drive straight to the exit gates, which will scan your licence plate and automatically open. If you have exceeded three hours, you can either make payment at a pay station before collecting your vehicle or at the exit gate using a credit card.