Gold (2021, M) 97min

Thriller. Dir: Anthony Hayes. Australia.

Two drifters travel through the outback and stumble across the biggest gold nugget ever found. They hatch a plan to protect and excavate their bounty. One man leaves to secure the necessary equipment. The other man remains and must endure the harsh desert climate whilst battling the creeping doubt that he has been abandoned to his own fate. Stars Zac Efron, Anthony Hayes and Susie Porter.

OPENING NIGHT: FRIDAY 14 AT 8PM | SATURDAY 15 AT 1PM | SUNDAY 16 AT 4PM | MONDAY 17 AT 1PM | TUESDAY 18 AT 1PM | WEDNESDAY 19 AT 1PM | THURSDAY 20 AT 1PM | FRIDAY 21 AT 7PM

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Gold (1934, UN15+) 120m

Crime, Sci-Fi. Dir: Karl Hart. Germany.

After his colleague and a mentor, Prof. Achenbach dies in a set-up accident, while trying to produce gold from the lead, Werner Holk seeks revenge. Meanwhile, a British millionaire suggests that Holk work on him on a similar project.

SATURDAY 15 AT 4PM

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Gold (1974, M) 120m

Adventure, Thriller. Dir: Peter R. Hunt. UK.

Rod Slater (Roger Moore) is the newly appointed General Manager of the Sonderditch gold mine, but he stumbles across an ingenious plot to flood the mine, by drilling into an underground lake, so the unscrupulous owners to make a killing in the international gold market.

SATURDAY 15 AT 7PM

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Gold (2013, M) 101m

Adventure, Drama, Western. Dir: Thomas Arslan. Germany, Canada.

Canada, the summer of 1898. A group of German settlers travel towards the far north in covered wagons with packhorses and their few possessions in tow. The seven travellers set off from Ashcroft, the final railway station. Along with their leader, flamboyant businessman Wilhelm Laser, they are hoping to find their fortune in the recently discovered goldfields of Dawson, but they have no idea of the stresses and dangers which lie ahead on their 2,500 kilometre journey. Before long uncertainty, cold weather and exhaustion begin to take their toll and conflicts escalate. The journey leads these men and women deeper and deeper into a menacing wilderness.

SUNDAY 16 AT 1PM

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Gold – You Can Do More Than You Think (2013, UN15+) 102m

Documentary, Sport. Dir: Germany, UK, Kenya, Australia.

The emotional story of three outstanding top athletes. Henry Wanyoike, a blind marathon runner from Kenya, Kirsten Bruhn, paralysed swimmer from Germany and Kurt Fearnley, Australian wheelchair racer on their way to the Paralympics 2012. For over a year the film team around Michael Hammon followed these three athletes on their daily routines. But GOLD is more than just a movie about exceptional athletes. This documentary reminds you, that you can achieve much more than you think, and that GOLD is in each and every one of us.

SUNDAY 16 AT 7PM

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Gold (2014, UN15+) 88m

Comedy, Drama. Dir: Niall Heery. Ireland.

An offbeat comedy about an estranged father who returns to his hometown after an absence of ten years in order to reconnect with his daughter and ex-wife but unwittingly finds himself responsible for almost destroying all their lives.

MONDAY 17 AT 7PM

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Gold (2016, M) 120m

Crime, Drama. Dir: Stephen Gaghan. USA.

Kenny Wells (Matthew McConaughey), a prospector desperate for a lucky break, teams up with a similarly eager geologist and sets off on a journey to find gold in the uncharted jungle of Indonesia.

TUESDAY 18 AT 7PM

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Gold (2017, UN18+) 103m

Adventure, Drama, History. Dir: Agustín Díaz Yanes. Spain.

In this portrait of the conquest of America, love, ambition, treason and death clash in a never-ending search for a city built with gold.

WEDNESDAY 19 AT 7PM

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Gold (2018, PG) 151m

Drama, History, Sport. Dir: Reema Kagti. India.

Set in 1948, this is the extraordinary journey of a man who was instrumental in India winning its first Olympic gold medal in cricket as a free nation.

THURSDAY 20 AT 7PM

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Gold (2019, UN15+) 83m

Drama. Dir: Parviz Shahbazi. Iran.

A group of friends decide to realise their dream of opening a small Tehran restaurant and, in so doing, earn a living. Mansour, having lost his regular job, now works as a private cab driver. Leila has little to show for her ten years of hard work. Reza, having just finished his military service, returns home where his father implores him to go abroad in search of a better life.

FRIDAY 21 AT 1PM

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