Innisfail’s Stratvell Film Society
Showing a wide range of films on the last Friday of each month.
The venue is the Community Hall in South Johnstone, just 5 km south of Innisfail. For more details about the venue, please click here.
Townsville Classic Films
Bringing a wide range of classic films to Townsville
Townsville Classic Films screen films from around the world that are at least 30 years old, many of which have left an indelible mark on audiences. They aim to screen films that have remained relevant and captivating despite the passage of time, and which give people the opportunity of a new cinema experience or the chance to revisit an old favourite on the big screen.
Please check out their website www.townsvilleclassicfilms.com.au for more information. For next screenings, use this link.
Other interesting places to see movies
North of Mission Beach
Babinda’s Munro Theatre
Restored, historic movie theatre with the largest screen in North Queensland showing latest release movies. For more information and next screenings, see their website:
Malanda’s Majestic Theatre
Situated in the Atherton Tablelands, it is Australia’s longest running commercial theatre. Screening on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. For details:
Mareeba’s Drive In Theatre
Real outdoor screenings on Friday and Saturday nights with on-site cafe. BYO motor vehicle. Situated just a few km from Mareeba on the road to Atherton. For details:
Ingham’s Picture Theatre
Ingham’s very own 2-screen J L Kelly Theatre has always been at the forefront of presenting first run, latest release cinema experiences from Australia and around the world. This art deco styled theatre has also worked with many local drama companies, schools and sporting clubs to provide a quality live theatre venue to service the community’s needs. See their website:
Winton’s Outback Film Festival
Australia’s only outback film festival, celebrating film culture with masterclasses, workshops and special events, tours, live bands and competitions. Their website is: