September At The Station Cinema
25 August 2023
With September just around the corner, we have some fantastic films for you to come down and see. From romantic dramas, exciting thrillers and even a western, we certainly have you covered this September.
Beginning the 8th of September, the beautiful romantic drama “Past Lives” will be available for showing.
2 Deeply connected childhood friends Nora & Hae Sung are split as Nora’s family emigrates from South Korea. Decades on, the pair fatefully reunite for just a week as they confront an abundance of emotions influencing the choices that make up their lives.
Haunting in Venice
Starting the 15th of September, we have the highly anticipated Haunting in Venice. Starring the Oscar winning British actor, Kenneth Branagh, who also takes the director's chair.
Set in an eerie, post-WW2 Venice, Hercule Poirot leads an investigation into a curious murder, whilst attending a Halloween séance within a haunted palazzo in Venice, Italy. Based on the acclaimed novel 'Halloween Party' and with the characters from author Agatha Christie.
Abba The Movie
For Sunday the 17th of September, we have “Abba the movie”. The film follows a mockumentary styled narrative, focused on a radio presenters determined adventure to secure an interview with one of the most sought-after bands, Abba.
The quest for an interview takes place whilst they are on a musical tour in Australia. Showcasing hit songs like, Dancing Queen, SOS, Name of The Game and Waterloo.
Strange Way of Life
As we look to Monday the 25th of September, for one night only, we host the, Strange Way Of Life. This western drama stars, Pedro Pascal, and is absolutely worth the exclusive watch. Don’t miss out!
If none of these films catch your eye, remember to check our coming soon section on the website for even more titles we’ll be showing. We continually update the page and definitely have something for everyone…