Reintroducing the Trak CineCentre

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Update - 20/11/2020 Reopening this Sunday November 22

We are still experiencing issues with our phone line. For the interim, please phone us on 08 7089 8028.

Currently, we are open and operating in accordance with the most up-to-date CovidSafe requirements for venues such as ours. There is a possibility that some sessions will reach capacity. As such, you are welcome to phone ahead to set aside a ticket for your preferred session. As always, we do ask that patrons ensure they are here 10 minutes or so prior to the commencement of their film. If tickets are unclaimed by this point, they will be made available to others. If you cannot make a session after having tickets set aside, please call and let us know.

A Note Regarding CovidSafe Requirements

We've had a number of enquiries regarding the CovidSafe requirements that are in place for venues such as ours at present, so we thought we should clarify what that means for the Trak.

For our patrons, the Trak's operation presents as business as usual. For the majority of the CovidSafe requirements, our compliance is attended to with minimal visibility and inconvenience to you. The two things that you need to do are to maintain your minimum of 1.5 metres between yourselves and other groups of patrons whilst anywhere within the venue - if you're already attending as a group, you can stay as a group - and to make sure you either wash or santitise your hands on a regular basis - hand soap and air drying facilities are available in the toilets for this purpose, and hand sanitiser is available if requested.

Now Showing

This week's programme commences on Thursday November 26 and runs until Wednesday December 2. The Trak CineCentre will be closed on Monday November 30.

Session times are updated weekly on Wednesdays after the final sessions for the day have commenced.

A Lion Returns

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 4:30pm
Friday 27/11 - 7:00pm
Saturday 28/11 - 12:45pm
Sunday 29/11 - 8:45pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 12:15pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 10:30am

After spending eighteen months in Syria, Jamal is back in Sydney and wants to see his terminally ill mother. However, he has to deal with his strongly minded older brother - Omar, his wife - Heidi, his son, but most importantly, his unforgiving father.

Director: Serhat Caradee
Starring: Maha Wilson, Tyler De Nawi

Classified: MA15+ - Strong Themes and Coarse Language
Running Time: 92 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

Brazen Hussies

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 12:40pm, 8:45pm
Friday 27/11 - 10:30am, 7:00pm
Saturday 28/11 - 2:45pm, 9:00pm
Sunday 29/11 - 12:40pm, 4:40pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 10:30am, 7:00pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 2:45pm, 8:45pm

This documentary shows us how a daring and diverse group of women joined forces to defy the status quo, demand equality, and create profound social change - contributing to one of the greatest social movements of the 20th Century. The film interweaves freshly uncovered archival footage, personal photographs, memorabilia and lively accounts from the bold women who reignited the feminist movement in Australia, at times at great personal cost.

Director: Catherine Dwyer
Starring: Martha Ansara, Suzanne Bellamy, Shirley Castley

Classified:M - Mature Themes, Coarse Language, and Nudity
Running Time: 93 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie's Dead Aunt)

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 2:45pm, 6:50pm
Friday 27/11 - 12:50pm, 9:00pm
Saturday 28/11 - 2:45pm, 7:00pm
Sunday 29/11 - 2:50pm, 8:45pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 4:50pm, 8:45pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 10:30am, 6:45pm

17 year old Ellie is struggling to find the courage to ask her classmate, Abbie, to the formal. Luckily her Aunt Tara, a lesbian who died in the 80's has shown up as a "Fairy Godmother" to dish out advice, whether Ellie wants it or not.

Director: Monica Zanetti
Starring: Julia Billington, Rachel House, Marta Dusseldorp, Sophie Hawkshaw, Zoe Terakes

Classified: M - Coarse Language
Running Time: 84 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

Hope Gap

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - No Sessions
Friday 27/11 - No Sessions
Saturday 28/11 - No Sessions
Sunday 29/11 - 10:30am
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - No Sessions
Wednesday 2/12 - 12:15pm

Grace and Edward, married for 29 years, live in a small seaside town near a cove under the cliffs called Hope Gap. When their son Jamie comes to visit for the weekend, Edward informs him that he plans to leave Grace, that same day. Hope Gap tracks the unravelling of three lives, through stages of shock, disbelief and anger, to a resolution of sorts. In the end, Hope Gap is a story of survival.

Director: William Nicholson
Starring: Bill Nighy, Annette Bening, Josh O’Connor

Classified: M - Occasional Coarse Language
Running Time: 100 Minutes

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Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 10:30am, 2:30pm, 4:40pm, 6:45pm
Friday 27/11 - 12:20pm, 2:30pm, 4:45pm, 8:45pm
Saturday 28/11 - 10:30am, 12:40pm, 4:40pm, 8:40pm
Sunday 29/11 - 10:30am, 2:30pm, 4:40pm, 6:45pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 12:20pm, 2:50pm, 4:45pm, 8:45pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 10:30am, 12:40pm, 4:40pm, 6:45pm

In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.

Director: Philippa Lowthorpe
Starring: Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jessie Buckley 

Classified: M - Coarse Language
Running Time: 106 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

Never Too Late

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 12:30pm
Friday 27/11 - 3:00pm
Saturday 28/11 - 2:40pm
Sunday 29/11 - 12:20pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 10:30am
Wednesday 2/12 - 6:40pm

When a nursing home stands in the way of a 50-year courtship, four grumpy old Vietnam Vets unite to re-enact the great escape. They may have lost their memory and speed, but these renegades prove it’s never too late for new adventures or to chase your dreams, even if you have to break rules to break free. A delightful comedy about love, friendship and determination.

Director: Mark Lamprell
Starring: James Cromwell, Jacki Weaver, Dennis Waterman, Jack Thompson

Classified: M - Coarse Language
Running Time: 98 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer


Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 4:30pm
Friday 27/11 - 10:30am
Saturday 28/11 - 4:30pm
Sunday 29/11 - 6:30pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 6:30pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 12:10pm

Italian, with English Subtitles

In this new imagining of the iconic classic, Matteo Garrone returns to the authentic roots of the Pinocchio story. With this ground-breaking live action film shot in stunning Italian locations, Garrone creates a rich fantasy world filled with luminous, funny and touching moments.
Academy Award® winning actor Roberto Benigni plays Geppetto, an old woodcarver who creates a puppet. But something magical happens – the cheeky puppet begins to talk, walk and eat like any young boy. Geppetto calls him Pinocchio and brings him up as his son.

Director: Matteo Garrone
Starring: Frederico Ielapi, Roberto Benigni

Classified: M - Mature Themes and Violence
Running Time: 125 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer


Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 12:40pm, 8:30pm
Friday 27/11 - 10:30am, 4:45pm
Saturday 28/11 - 12:40pm, 6:50pm
Sunday 29/11 - 12:40pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 10:30am, 7:00pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 2:30pm, 8:30pm

After the death of her beloved husband, Marie Curie's commitment to science remains strong as she tries to explain previously unknown radioactive elements. But it soon becomes terrifyingly evident that her work could lead to applications in medicine that could save thousands of lives - or applications in warfare that could destroy them by the billions.

Director: Marjane Satrapi
Starring: Rosamund Pike, Sam Riley, Anya Taylor-Joy, Aneurin Barnard, Simon Russell Beale

Classified: M - Mature Themes
Running Time: 110 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer


Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 6:20pm
Friday 27/11 - 12:40pm
Saturday 28/11 - 10:30am
Sunday 29/11 - 8:20pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 12:40pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 4:20pm

In remote Western Australia, two estranged brothers, Colin and Les, are at war. Raising separate flocks of sheep descended from their family’s prized bloodline, the two men work side by side yet are worlds apart. When Les’ prize ram is diagnosed with a rare and lethal illness, authorities order a purge of every sheep in the valley. While Colin attempts to stealthily outwit the powers that be, Les opts for angry defiance. But can the warring brothers set aside their differences and have a chance to reunite their family, save their herd, and bring their community back together?

Director: Jeremy Sims
Starring: Michael Caton, Sam Neill, Miranda Richardson

Classified: PG - Mild Themes, Violence, and Coarse Language
Running Time: 119 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

Romantic Road

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - No Sessions
Friday 27/11 - No Sessions
Saturday 28/11 - 4:45pm
Sunday 29/11 - No Sessions
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 1:50pm
Wednesday 2/12 - No Sessions

Meet Rupert and Jan Grey, a free-spirited and eccentric upper-class English couple in their sixties, married for 35 years and on the verge of retirement. Not content to live out their autumn years by the fire, this intrepid couple ignore everyone’s advice and embark on a remarkable journey – to drive Rupert’s father’s 1936 Rolls Royce across India on their way to a human rights festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Over six months and some 5000 miles, they fall into company with tea-wallahs and maharajahs, dodge tribal conflicts, negotiate with border officials and make constant mechanical repairs. With its mix of road-movie, biopic, travelogue and madcap adventure, Romantic Road is at once a rare glimpse into a uniquely inspired expedition that redefines later-life, a study of a love story 35 years in the making and a reminder to never stop embracing the possibilities of life.

Director: Oliver McGarvey

Classified: PG - Mild Coarse Language and Drug References
Running Time: 80 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

School Life

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 10:30am, 8:30pm
Friday 27/11 - 2:30pm, 7:00pm
Saturday 28/11 - 10:30am, 6:30pm
Sunday 29/11 - 10:30am, 4:20pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 2:30pm, 9:00pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 2:10pm, 4:40pm

French, with English Subtitles

School Life is a laugh-out-loud, heart-warming look at the daily grind of High School.
Samia is the new vice principal at an inner-city school in Paris. Despite the school's poor academic record and the majority of its enrolment coming from Paris’ infamous Saint-Denis social housing tower blocks, Samia sees potential in all of them - taking a shine to Yanis, a bright but disillusioned teen with dreams of becoming a filmmaker.
Packed with laughs as well as drama, School Life is an emotional journey through the ups and downs of the education system, with brilliant performances from an ensemble cast.

Director: Grand Corps Malade and Mehdi Idir
Starring: Zita Hanrot, Liam Pierron, Soufiane Guerrab, Moussa Mansaly, Alban Ivanov, Antoine Reinartz, Redouane Bougheraba

Classified: M - Coarse Language and Sexual References
Running Time: 111 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

The Comeback Trail

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 10:30am
Friday 27/11 - 8:50pm
Saturday 28/11 - 8:45pm
Sunday 29/11 - 2:20pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 5:10pm
Wednesday 2/12 - 8:30pm

In debt to the mob and in need of a new money-making scheme to save his skin, greedy grindhouse film producer, Max Barber, decides to produce a dangerous new film, all for the sake of killing off his lead actor in a stunt so he can rake in the insurance money.

Director: George Gallo
Starring: Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones, Morgan Freeman, along with Zach Braff, Emile Hirsch, Eddie Griffin, Kate Katzman, and Blerim Destani.

Classified: M - Mature Themes, Frequent Coarse Language, and Comedic Violence
Running Time: 103 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

The Mystery of Henri Pick

Show Times:
Thursday 26/11 - 2:30pm
Friday 27/11 - 5:00pm
Saturday 28/11 - No Sessions
Sunday 29/11 - 6:30pm
Monday 30/11 - Closed
Tuesday 1/12 - 3:20pm
Wednesday 2/12 - No Sessions

French, with English Subtitles

An Editor discovers a novel that she considers to be a masterpiece, in a library whose particularity is to collect the manuscripts refused by the publishers. The text is signed Henri Pick, a Breton pizza maker who died two years earlier. Not everyone is convinced of the author’s authenticity and literary critic Jean-Michel Rouche sets out to discover the truth behind Henri Pick

Director: Rémi Bezaçon
Starring: Fabrice Luchini, Camille Cottin, Alice Isaaz 

Classified: M - Coarse Language
Running Time: 101 Minutes

IMDb | Trailer

Coming Soon

Oliver Sacks: His Own Life

Starts December 3

The Furnace

Starts December 10

Crock of Gold - A few rounds with Shane MacGowan

Starts December 17

Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles

Starts December 24


Starts January 14

High Ground

Starts January 28

In My Blood It Runs

Coming Soon

Days of Bagnold Summer

Coming Soon