The Euroa Community Cinema is Strathbogie Shire Council-managed and is overseen by an operating committee made up of council staff and local volunteers. A group of dedicated community members volunteer their time to screen movies as projectionists and operating the kiosk and ticket box.

Note: children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 16 years or older. 

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Screenings are held regularly on Saturdays at 7.30pm and Sundays at 4pm, unless otherwise stated. There are additional special screenings during the school holidays and on the first Friday of the month.

Tickets can be purchased online or in person from the cinema, unless otherwise stated.

Bullet Train (Community Choice Movie)

[MA15+] Strong bloody violence and coarse language  | Action, Comedy, Thriller | 127 minutes

Five assassins aboard a fast moving bullet train find out their missions have something in common.

Cast: Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Joey King, Brad Pitt, Hiroyuki Sanada, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Benito A Martínez Ocasio



Saturday 24 September, 7.30pm | Sunday 25 September, 4pm


Best Birthday Ever ($5 school holiday movie) 

Note: children under 13 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

[G] Very mild themes | Animation, Family | 75 minutes

BEST BIRTHDAY EVER tells the story of Little Charlie, a small rabbit who lives with his loving family and pets in a house at the edge of town.

Cast: Jonathan Bailey, Jennifer Saunders and Adrian Edmondson



Wednesday, September 28, 11am (Sensory Screening) and 3pm

ONLINE BOOKINGS ONLY – online bookings close 1 hour before each screening time


Thor: Love and Thunder (free youth movie)

Note: children under 13 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

[M] Fantasy themes and action violence | Action, Adventure, Fantasy | 119 minutes | *PHOTOSENSITIVE WARNING*

Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder finds the God of Thunder (Chris Hemsworth) on a journey unlike anything he’s ever faced – a quest for inner peace.



Friday, September 30, 6pm

ONLINE BOOKINGS ONLY – online bookings close 1 hour before screening time


The Forgiven

[MA 15+] Strong coarse language | Drama | 117 minutes

The Forgiven takes place over a weekend in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, and explores the reverberations of a random accident.

Cast: Ralph Fiennes, Jessica Chastain, Christopher Abbott, Caleb Landry Jones, Abbey Lee, Matt Smith



Saturday, 1 October, 8pm | Sunday, 2 October, 4pm


The Princess (FREE Seniors Festival Screening)

[M] Coarse language | Documentary | 104 minutes

From the Academy Award® winning producers of Man on Wire comes The Princess, a bold and immersive documentary on the life and death of Princess Diana.



Wednesday 5 October | 10am morning tea, 10.30am film screening


Bookings: or phone 1800 065 993

Compartment No. 6 (subtitled)

[MA 15+] Strong coarse language | Drama | 107 minutes |

As a train weaves its way up to the arctic circle, two strangers share a journey that will change their perspective on life.

Cast: Yuliya Aug, Yuriy Borisov, Dinara Drukarova, Seidi Haarla



Friday, 7 October, 8pm | Saturday, 8 October, 4pm


Three Thousand Years of Longing 

[M] Nudity, sex, violence and occasional coarse language | Drama, Fantasy, Romance | 108 minutes

A scholar, content with life, encounters a Djinn who offers her three wishes in exchange for his freedom. Their conversation leads to consequences neither expected.

Cast: Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton



Saturday, 8 October, 8pm | Sunday, 9 October, 4pm


Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

[M] Sexual themes, sex scenes, nudity and coarse language | Comedy, Romance | 97

Nancy Stokes, a retired school teacher and widow, is yearning for some adventure, some human connection, and some sex. Good sex. Whilst her husband Robert provided a home, a family, something resembling a life, good sex was never on offer. But he’s gone now, and Nancy has a plan: she will find adventure with a sex worker named Leo Grande. In an anonymous hotel room Nancy greets Leo. He looks every bit as good as his picture, but what Nancy wasn’t expecting was conversation as well as fornication. Leo has a view on everything, and though he may not always tell the truth, Nancy finds she likes him. And he likes her. With growing sexual confidence, Nancy starts to relax. Over the course of their rendezvous, the power dynamics shift, and their well-worn masks begin to slip.

Cast: Emma Thompson, Daryl McCormack



Saturday, 15 October, 8pm | Sunday, 16 October, 4pm


Tickets to Paradise 

[M] Coarse language | Comedy, Romance | 104 minutes

Academy Award® winners George Clooney and Julia Roberts reunite on the big screen as exes who find themselves on a shared mission to stop their lovestruck daughter.

Cast: George Clooney and Julia Roberts



Saturday, 22 October, 8pm | Sunday, 23  October, 4pm


DC League of Super-Pets (FREE Children’s Week Screening)

Note: children under 13 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

[PG] Mild animated fantasy violence and coarse language | Action, Adventure, Animation | 106 minutes

In DC League of Super-Pets, Krypto the Super-Dog and Superman are inseparable best friends, sharing the same superpowers and fighting crime in Metropolis side by side.

Cast: Natasha Lyonne, Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Keanu Reeves



Friday, 28 October, 6:30pm (BYO dinner) | Saturday 29th October at 11am (sensory screening)




Beast (Community Choice movie)

[MA 15+] Strong injury detail and animal attacks | Action, Thriller | 93 minutes

Sometimes the rustle in the bushes actually is a monster.
Idris Elba (Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, The Suicide Squad) stars in a pulse-pounding new thriller about a father and his two teenage daughters who find themselves hunted by a massive rogue lion intent on proving that the savannah has but one apex predator. Elba plays Dr. Nate Daniels, a recently widowed husband who returns to South Africa, where he first met his wife, on a long-planned trip with their daughters to a game reserve managed by Martin Battles (Sharlto Copley, Russian Doll series, Maleficent), an old family friend and wildlife biologist. But what begins as a journey of healing jolts into a fearsome fight for survival when a lion, a survivor of blood-thirsty poachers who now sees all humans as the enemy, begins stalking them. Iyana Halley (The Hate U Give, This is Us series) plays Daniels’ 18-year-old daughter, Meredith, and Leah Sava Jeffries (Rel series, Empire series) plays his 13-year-old, Norah.

Cast: Idris Elba, Sharlto Copley, Iyana Halley, Leah Jeffries



Saturday, 29 October, 8pm | Sunday, 30 October, 4pm



Murder Party – subtitled

[M] Mature themes | Comedy, Mystery | 103 minutes

Please note: this movie is subtitled

Prepare for the most delicious, devious and most dazzling murder mystery of this, or any other year. Murder Party is a chic and stylish farce that gives a cheeky nod to the global smash Knives Out.

Our story follows Jeanne, a brilliant architect who has a new assignment: renovate the sumptuous Daguerre mansion owned by an eccentric family head of a board game empire. When the landlord and patriarch Cesar is found dead, everyone present becomes a suspect. Suddenly Jeanne’s mission turns into a life-size investigation to expose the murderer…

With a ferocious sense of humour, sumptuous visuals, a never-ending ride of twists and turns and a killer sting in its tale, Murder Party is the movie we’re all dying for!

Cast: Zabou Breitman, Alice Pol, Pascale Arbillot, Miou-Miou, Gustave Kervern, Pablo Pauly, Sarah Stern, Eddy Mitchell



Friday, 4 November, 8pm | Saturday, 5 November, 4pm



Moonage Daydream

[M] Sexualised imagery and occasional coarse language | Documentary, Music | 135 minutes

From Oscar-nominated filmmaker Brett Morgen, director of Cobain: Montage of Heck, and featuring never-before-seen concert footage, MOONAGE DAYDREAM is an immersive cinematic experience; an audio-visual space odyssey that not only illuminates the enigmatic legacy of David Bowie but also serves as a guide to living a fulfilling and meaningful life in the 21st Century. MOONAGE DAYDREAM is not a documentary. It is a genre-defying cinematic experience based on one of the most iconic and global rock stars of all time, destined to be one of the defining cultural moments of the year The film has the full support of Bowie’s estate and features many of his greatest tracks, as well as previously unseen concert footage.

Cast: David Bowie, Ziggy Stardust, The Thin White Duke, David Jones



Saturday, 5 November, 8pm | Sunday, 6 November, 4pm



Wog Boys Forever

[MA 15+] Strong coarse language | Comedy | 109 minutes

Steve ‘The Wog Boy’ Karamitsis (Nick Giannopoulos) and his best mate Frank (Vince Colosimo) are back on the big screen in the hilarious new film ‘Wog Boys Forever’. Co-starring Sarah Roberts and comedy group sensation Sooshi Mango. Once again, the time has come for Steve and his wogboys to show the world that “Where there’s a Wog, there’s always a Way!”

Cast: Nick Giannopoulos, Vince Colosimo, Sarah Roberts, Sooshi Mango



Saturday, 12 November, 8pm | Sunday, November, 4pm




[CTC] | Historical Drama | 152 minutes

From 20th Century Studios, New Regency, and acclaimed filmmaker David O. Russell comes Amsterdam, an original romantic crime epic about three close friends who find themselves at the centre of one of the most shocking secret plots in American history.

Cast: Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Alessandro Nivola, Andrea Riseborough, Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Rock, Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Shannon, Mike Myers, Taylor Swift, Timothy Olyphant, Zoe Saldana with Rami Malek and Robert De Niro



Saturday, 19 November, 8pm | Sunday, 20 November, 4pm



The Woman King

CTC | Drama, History | 144 minutes

The Woman King is the remarkable story of the Agojie, the all-female unit of warriors who protected the African Kingdom of Dahomey in the 1800s with skills and a fierceness unlike anything the world has ever seen. Inspired by true events, The Woman King follows the emotionally epic journey of General Nanisca (Oscar®-winner Viola Davis) as she trains the next generation of recruits and readies them for battle against an enemy determined to destroy their way of life. Some things are worth fighting for…

Cast: Viola Davis, Thuso Mbedu, Lashana Lynch, Sheila Atim, Hero Fiennes-Tiffin and John Boyega



Saturday, 3 December, 8pm | Sunday, 4 December, 4pm




Note: children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 16 years or older

G | Comedy, Family | 96 minutes

Will Ferrell stars as the ultimate fish out of water, Buddy, who as a baby crawls into Santa’s toy bag and is whisked off to the North Pole, where he is raised as an elf. A misfit who grows to be three times the size of his elf family, Buddy ultimately heads to his birthplace of New York City to seek out his roots. Unfortunately, they turn out to be a “Scrooge”-like father (James Caan) and a cynical eight-year-old stepbrother who doesn’t believe in Santa. Worst of all, everyone seems to have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas. But using his simple elf ways, Buddy sets out to single-handedly win over his family and save Christmas in New York, hoping to at last find his true place in the world.

Cast: Zooey Deschanel, Will Ferrell, Peter Dinklage, Mary Steenburgen, James Caan



Friday, 9 December, 6:30pm – (BYO dinner to eat before the movie starts) – Christmas Family movie



Adults: $10

Children: $10

Children (under 5 years): free

Gift Voucher Booklets: $40 for five tickets (cannot be used for charity screenings)

Tickets can be purchased at the ticket box prior to the screening, or online.
Online bookings close at 5pm Friday for movies screening on a Friday evening, or 11am Saturday for movies screening on Saturdays and Sundays.

Pre-paid cinema tickets can be purchased from Council’s Euroa offices at 109 Binney St, Euroa from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

EFTPOS is available at the cinema for both the ticket box and kiosk


The Euroa Community Cinema Kiosk is run by our dedicated volunteers. The kiosk is fully stocked with drinks, lollies, popcorn, and ice creams.

Hiring the Cinema

The cinema can be hired by members of the public and community groups to host a wide variety of events such as fundraisers, forums or concerts. If you are interested in hiring the cinema, please view the cinema hire form for details or contact our Customer Service Team on 1800 065 993.


The Euroa Community Cinema staff and volunteers strive to meet your accessibility needs. Please speak with the volunteers at the screenings for assistance, or alternatively you may call the Council’s Customer Service Team before attending a screening on 1800 065 993.

A hearing loop is available for patrons with hearing aids – please advise the volunteers if you require this on your arrival. A social story has also been developed that can be altered as required for your visit to the cinema. Social stories are used for preparing people for situations before they happen. If you have any other feedback regarding accessibility at the Euroa Community Cinema, please contact the Council so improvements can be made.


Strathbogie Shire Council is always on the lookout for cinema enthusiasts to join our team of volunteers. There are a variety of jobs currently undertaken by volunteers to keep the cinema running, such as selling tickets, projection and working in the kiosk. As one of our valued volunteers, you will of course get to view the movie screening free of charge. If you are interested in volunteering, contact our Customer Service Team on 1800 065 993.


The Euroa Civic Centre Hall previously acted as a cinema until it ceased operation in the early 1980s. Given the relatively limited entertainment opportunities, particularly for children and youth within Euroa and the wider district, the idea of restoring the Euroa Civic Centre to its former glory was born.

Council received State Government funding from the Regional Arts Infrastructure Allocation – Regional Cinemas Program to upgrade the hall. The total cost of the project was approximately $80,000 which was co-funded by Council and the government on a dollar-for-dollar basis. After a lot of hard work by community members and Council staff, the Euroa Community Cinema was opened in November 2003.

Initially films were shown once every month, however screenings increased after sufficient demand. The cinema has now transitioned to a digital format and screens movies Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons, with additional screenings throughout the year.