Our upcoming films and events are listed below.

Spurred on by comments that “no one wins rape cases in Kenya”, Australian Charlotte Campbell Stephen takes her rapists to court. Unclassified 18+
Thu 7/5/15 6:30PM
Sun 17/5/15 6:30PM

After an earthquake hit Northern Pakistan in 2005, thousands of people were forced to completely rebuild their lives. Unclassified 15+
Fri 8/5/15 5:30PM

Meet filmmakers who all have a passion for the stories they believe should be told.
Fri 8/5/15 7:15PM

A multi-dimensional look at the Australian experience from the tender to the quirky to the tragic to the celebratory. Unclassified 18+
Fri 8/5/15 8:30PM

A close all-inclusive look at domestic violence: violence that affects one in three Australian women
Sat 9/5/15 10:00AM

Student debt in America trickled into over 1 trillion dollars, is it worth the cost? Unclassified 15+
Sat 9/5/15 6:00PM
Tue 19/5/15 5:30PM

Between 1966 and 1996, France exploded 193 nuclear bombs around the island of Moruroa in French Polynesia. Unclassified 18+
Sat 9/5/15 8:30PM

Climate change knows no borders and the foreshadowed catastrophe demands immediate action. So what’s the hold-up?
Sun 10/5/15 10:00AM

A unique perspective on our endless search for love and fulfilment. Unclassified 18+
Sun 10/5/15 3:30PM

In their final year, these teens are given the extraordinary opportunity to work as trained hospice volunteers.
Sun 10/5/15 6:30PM

One of the easiest entry points into Europe, Cyprus is a popular final destination for refugees escaping nearby countries.
Mon 11/5/15 6:00PM

An exploration of the traditional practice of marriage abduction that still occurs in much of rural Ethiopia. Unclassified 18+
Mon 11/5/15 8:30PM

Abundance is the success story of the human species, but how much food do we actually waste? Unclassified 15+
Tue 12/5/15 6:00PM
Wed 20/5/15 4:00PM

A portrait of two islands half a world apart, both damaged by global warming. Unclassified 18+
Tue 12/5/15 8:30PM

Even in instances of rape, incest, or to save the mother’s life, it is illegal to terminate a pregnancy in Nicaragua. Unclassified 18+
Wed 13/5/15 6:30PM

Under the Colombian mountain village of Marmato lies US$20 billion in gold, one of the world’s last great reserves. Unclassified 18+
Thu 14/5/15 6:00PM

An examination of 22 men from China’s Uyghur minority who fled persecution from Chinese authorities in the late 1990s. Unclassified (18+)
Thu 14/5/15 8:30PM

A collection of remarkable films that show the extraordinary resilience and courage of people in impossible situations. Unclassified 18+
Thu 14/5/15 8:45PM

In 1971, a group known as the Citizens’ Commission to Investigate the FBI broke into an FBI office and stole every file. Unclassified 18+
Fri 15/5/15 6:30PM

Based on true-life events, this hauntingly beautiful and confronting film is a memorial to the hopeless children of war. Unclassified 18+
Fri 15/5/15 8:30PM

With the current refugee dialogue in deadlock, we look to the horizon. What does the future look like and how do we get there?
Sat 16/5/15 10:00AM

An afternoon of Hazaragi film, language, poetry and music.
Sat 16/5/15 3:00PM

Hubert Sauper’s probing documentary reflects the distressed state of modern Sudan and is as challenging as it is complex. Unclassified 18+
Sat 16/5/15 6:00PM

A reminder of the power that music can hold for a culture living in the shadow of conflict and fear. Unclassified 18+
Sat 16/5/15 8:15PM

Are human rights universal or do they represent a Western set of values?
Sun 17/5/15 10:00AM

Felix dreams of being a jazz musician like his late father, but his mother hates the idea. Recommended for kids aged 7+. Unclassified All Ages.
Sun 17/5/15 3:20PM

Two Kurdish brothers watch Superman in the village’s first cinema and are inspired to travel to America in search of this hero who they believe will defeat Saddam Hussein. Recommended for teenagers aged 13+
Sun 17/5/15 3:40PM

A look at Ai Weiwei’s most defiant and wearied moments during his ongoing fight for human rights in China. Unclassified 15+
Sun 17/5/15 6:15PM

Welcome to the Kathpulti Colony: Home to New Delhi’s most enchanting and gifted artists, magicians, and acrobats. Unclassified 15+
Sun 17/5/15 8:45PM

Can slums provide a solution to areas of urban overcrowding? Unclassified 18+
Mon 18/5/15 6:00PM

A searing courtroom drama examining rabbinical law and divorce within orthodox Israel. Unclassified 18+
Mon 18/5/15 8:30PM

Whoever said music couldn’t change the world? Unclassified 18+
Tue 19/5/15 6:00PM

At a pioneering PTSD centre, patients attempt to confront their trauma and ultimately attempt to rebuild their lives. Unclassified 18+
Tue 19/5/15 7:45PM

Films of magic, rituals, superheroes and football. Unclassified 15+
Tue 19/5/15 8:00PM

This bold, innovative and important film provides deeper context and contemplation of an issue too often ignored. Unclassified 18+
Wed 20/5/15 6:00PM

A reconstruction of the horrifying 2012 massacre that killed 34 mineworkers and injured numerous more in South Africa.
Wed 20/5/15 8:30PM

A beautiful human portrait of a remarkable individual set in the stunning vistas of the Swiss Alps.
Thu 21/5/15 7:00PM