Sessions: Thu 26 October - Wed 1 November
Cronulla 02 9523 0555
2 Cronulla St
Cronulla, NSW, 2228
Traditional Sessions
AMW - Breaking the Mould (CTC) 90 mins No Free Tickets

Wed 8:30PM

AMW - Play Your Gender (CTC) 90 mins No Free Tickets

Wed 6:30PM

Bad Moms 2 (CTC) 116 mins No Free Tickets

Wed 7:00PM

Jigsaw (R18+) 92 mins No Free Tickets

Fri Tue 9:00PM

My Little Pony: The Movie (CTC) 99 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 10:30AM

Thor: Ragnarok (CTC) 130 mins No Free Tickets

Thu Fri Sat 10:30AM, 1:15PM, 4:00PM, 6:45PM

Sun 10:00AM, 11:00AM, 1:00PM, 4:00PM, 7:00PM

Film Synopsis
Bad Moms 2 (CTC)
Amy, Carla and Kiki struggle to cope when their respective mothers visit for the holidays.
Thor: Ragnarok (CTC)
Thor must face the Hulk in a gladiator match and save his people from the ruthless Hela.
My Little Pony: The Movie (CTC)
When a dark force threatens Ponyville and the Mane 6, they go on a journey to the end of Equestria to save their beloved home and they meet new friends and dangerous challenges along the way.
Jigsaw (R18+)
Dead bodies begin to turn up all over the city, each meeting their demise in a variety of grisly ways. All investigations begin to point the finger at deceased killer John Kramer.
AMW - Play Your Gender (CTC)
**Part of Australian Music Week** We know 5% of music producers are women even though many of the most bankable pop stars are female, yet only 6 women have ever been nominated for the ‘Producer of the Year’ Grammy, and no woman has ever won. In PLAY YOUR GENDER, Juno award-winning producer Kinnie Starr is on a quest to find out why this disparity exists by speaking to music industry stars and veterans about the realities of being a woman in the recording studio.
AMW - Breaking the Mould (CTC)
**Part of Australian Music Week** Breaking the Mould is an independent documentary that presents a number of interviews with a diverse array of Australian artists and bands, reflecting on their experiences and sharing their opinions about the role of gender in Australian music. The short film Audio engineering seems to be still a male domain. Even in the self-organised anarchist DIY-Scene are female audio engineers rare.