Brought to life by the empathetic efforts of a talented cast and further distinguished by striking black-and-white cinematography, Fremont takes a thoughtful - and wryly funny - look at the immigrant experience. A former US military translator stationed in Afghanistan returns to San Francisco to put her life back in order. Working at a fortune cookie factory, in a moment of sudden revelation, she decides to send out a special message via cookie.

 

Gently devastating in its compassion, Monster is a masterpiece of shifting perspectives that surprises to the end. When her young son Minato starts to behave strangely, his mother feels that there is something wrong. Discovering that a teacher is responsible, she storms into the school demanding to know what’s going on. But as the story unfolds through the eyes of mother teacher and child, the truth gradually emerges.

From campaigning at the coalfield to leading the battle to create the National Health Service, Aneurin ‘Nye’ Bevan is often referred to as the politician with greatest influence over the UK without ever being Prime Minister. Confronted with death, Aneurin ‘Nye’ Bevan’s deepest memories lead him on a mind-bending journey back through his life; from childhood to mining underground, Parliament and fights with Churchill.

From acclaimed filmmaker Goran Stolevski (Of An Age, You Won't Be Alone) comes a story exploring the universal truths of family, both the ones we’re born into and the ones we find for ourselves. Dita never wanted to be a mother, but circumstances force her to raise her girlfriend’s two daughters; tiny troublemaker Mia and rebellious teen Vanesa. A battle of wills ensues as the three continue to butt heads and become an unlikely family that must fight to stay together.

An enchanting romantic adventure, an ethereal spiritual journey and a ripping heist movie like no other, the captivating new fable of lost love from Alice Rohrwacher (Happy As Lazzaro) – the best received of her career to date - stars The Crown’s Josh O’Connor as a young British archaeologist who gets caught up in an international network dealing in stolen Italian artefacts.

From Oscar-winning Director Alex Gibney. The definitive musical biography of Paul Simon – one of the greatest songwriters, and performers, in the history of rock ‘n roll. Granted unprecedented access to the making of his new album, Seven Psalms, the filmmakers also show never-before-seen footage of Simon’s extraordinary career, from Simon & Garfunkel to the phenomenal global success of Simon’s solo album Graceland. *Includes a short intermission.

Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine. Don't miss this rare opportunity to see Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman as star-crossed lovers in one of the greatest films ever made, on the big screen! The 1942 classic won Oscars for Best Picture, Director and Screenplay – and remains one of the most-quoted films of all time. Arrive early to enjoy live music before the screening. And for something a little special on World Gin Day, The French 75 gin cocktail that graces the silver screen in Casablanca, will be available for purchase before the film.

Get ready for a whole lot of glitter and glam at Mount Vic Flicks as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Stephan Elliott's joyous queer classic, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Feeling faaabulous? Flaunt your frocks, frills or feathers to our screening and be awarded a free choc top! All tickets to our special screening include a complimentary bubbly or fizzy on arrival. After the film, take a short stroll to the Victoria and Albert Guesthouse for a sumptuous Sunday Roast (veg alternatives) next to the crackling fire. For dinner bookings please contact them directly.