An exciting programme of local and international documentaries, art house and fine films is shown in plush surrounds with four wall-to-wall screens and a fancy-schmancy bar area. It’s home to frequent special events and Q&As.
|Venue name:||Kino Cinemas||Contact:|
45 Collins St
|Transport:||Nearby stations: Flinders St; Parliament|
- A slim Ian McEwan novella, On Chesil Beach stews with repressed emotion and sexual anxiety. The seismic social changes of the early ’60s course through its pages like an electric current. As its two young, unprepared newlyweds – Florence and Edw...Read more
- If you’ve been pining for the fiery, political Spike Lee of Do the Right Thing and Malcolm X, good news: BlacKkKlansman has the director back to his energised best. Maybe the optimism of the Obama era robbed him of some of that righteous fury – wh...Read more
- Alongside sauvignon blanc and hobbits, deadpan comedy is a key New Zealand export thanks to the likes of Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. Now add to that list Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami – the writers, directors and stars of The Breaker U...Read more
- If you’ve seen the first Mamma Mia!, that most wholesome tale of uncertain paternity, you’ll probably have a solid idea of how the sequel, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, will play. There are postcard-ready landscapes, airy romances, and a whole lo...Read more