The Phoenix Fringe choose two films a month to be shown at the Phoenix Cinema. These include screenings of independent, foreign language and classic films, documentaries and art house cinema, giving an opportunity to see a wide range of these movies on the big screen. It’s not a club – screenings are open to the public and everyone is welcome. You can suggest films you would like to see at Phoenix Fringe and keep up to date with screenings through their facebook page.
See below for the upcoming Phoenix Fringe films:
SWEET COUNTRY 111 mins Cert. 15
Thurs 12: 1pm & 8:45pm
Justice itself is put on trial when an Aboriginal farmhand shoots a white man in self-defense.
Australia: 1929. After killing a white station owner in self-defense, Aboriginal stockman Sam Kelly and his wife Lizzie flee into the outback as a posse gathers to hunt him down. Can they outlast a dogged chase from the law in the dangerous Northern Territory?
Australian western drama starring Bryan Brown, Matt Day, Tremayne Doolan, Trevon Doolan and Sam Neill.
CUSTODY 94 mins Cert. 15
Thurs 26: 1pm & 8:45pm
A young boy becomes caught in the middle of a bitter custody battle between his estranged parents.
When his parents separate, 11-year-old Julien ends up being shuttled between his mother Miriam and father Antoine. To the outside world, Antoine is a good man and the perfect father. In reality, he is abusive and uses the boy as a pawn to manipulate and torment his ex-wife.
Highly acclaimed French drama starring Léa Drucker, Denis Ménochet, Thomas Gioria and Mathilde Auneveux.
Please note – there are often no adverts shown before Fringe screenings, so please make sure you are seated before the advertised start time of each film.
For information on forthcoming National Theatre Live, opera and ballet shows click here.