A spectacle-filled action epic that details the checkered rise and fall of the iconic French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, played by Oscar winner Joaquin Phoenix. Against a stunning backdrop of large-scale filmmaking orchestrated by legendary director Ridley Scott, the film captures Bonaparte's relentless journey to power through the prism of his addictive, volatile relationship with his one true love, Josephine, showcasing his visionary military and political tactics against some of the most dynamic practical battle sequences ever filmed.

Ali is not a citizen. He drives a taxi using another man’s license and relies on the GPS to negotiate his way around a city he doesn’t know. His passenger, Esther is an old woman who can’t remember where she is going. She is angry because she has been stripped of everything that is familiar to her and she doesn't recognise the world anymore. They travel through the night in search of a vague destination while surveillance cameras mark their journey, coldly omitting the human element, defining who belongs and who does not, who is safe and who is not. What they have in common is their damage – she can’t remember and he can’t forget.

Filmmakers Axel Danielson and Maximilien Van Aertryck once again turn their cameras directly on society, this time to explore, explain and expose how our unchecked obsession with image has grown to change our human behavior. From Camera Obscura and the Lumieres Brothers all the way to Youtube and the world of social media, the film chronicles how we went from capturing the image of a backyard to a multi-billion- euro content industry in just 200 years.

A night to remember. Maria Callas, the quintessential diva and the face of the opera in the 20th century, made her Paris debut with this legendary performance at the sumptuous Paris Opéra on December 19th, 1958, for one night only. Witness Maria Callas' mesmerising voice and presence as she made her Paris debut, performing a selection of arias from iconic operas. This historic moment, considered the 'event of the century', was broadcast live across Europe and was the first live broadcast of a concert to TV screens in history.

Maestro is a towering and fearless love story chronicling the lifelong relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. A love letter to life and art, Maestro at its core is an emotionally epic portrayal of family and love.

Further distinguished by Virginie Efira's superb performance, Paris Memories explores trauma's aftermath with devastating tenderness. Three months after surviving a terrorist attack at a bistro, Mia is still traumatised and unable to recall the events of that night. In an effort to move forward, she investigates her memories and retraces her steps.

A moving and heartwarming story about connection and finding your place in the world. Seventeen-year-old Josh Waaka is a square peg in the round, rugby-obsessed hole that is St Gilbert’s College. Set in Dunedin in 1981, a rugby-obsessed country is divided over the arrival of the South African Springboks team, sparking nationwide protests. Under pressure from home and school to conform, Josh, who has never felt like he fits in anywhere, is inspired by the protests and by a newfound passion for performing to find his own voice.

Join us at Mount Vic Flicks for a preview screening of Next Goal Wins, directed by Academy Award Winner Taika Waititi. Based on the true story of the American Samoan soccer team, known for their 31-0 loss to Australia in 2001.

See the inspiring true story One Life first at one of our special preview screenings ahead of its release on Boxing Day. One Life tells the inspiring true story of Sir Nicholas ‘Nicky’ Winton, whose unsung endeavours on the eve of World War II saved more than 600 children from their doom at the hands of the Nazis. Nicky considered himself a banker, not a humanitarian. Yet when he visited a recently annexed Prague in 1938 and saw the state of the fleeing Jewish refugees, he did what he believed was the right thing to do – the thing that anyone would do – and dedicated himself to the cause.

Be one of the first to see Yorgos Lanthimos' highly anticipated film, Poor Things, starring Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo and Willem Dafoe ahead of its release on Boxing Day! Based on Alasdair Gray’s novel of the same name, Poor Things tells the incredible tale and fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter, a young woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter. All tickets include a complimentary bubbly or fizzy! Arrive early to catch resident theatre organist Wendy Hambly, play before the show.