• Screening A STREET CAT NAMED BOB Friday 20th July

    The Trundle Film Society presents a public screening on Friday 20th July of A STREET CAT NAMED BOB, 2016, PG (mild themes of drug addiction and course language). 1h 43m, IMDb rating 7.4/10.

    Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7pm start. 25 seats only. Tickets $15 (cash only).

    For details on how to book go to the Staging Post Facebook page.


    A warm fire will accompany the screening of I, TONYA (MA 15+) at the Staging Post Trundle 7pm Friday 29th June.

    Get your tickets ($15 – cash only) from the Staging Post Trundle 29 Forbes St or call John 0408 022 571 or email john at stagingpost dot com dot au

    And because the fire is too good to waste the doors will open at the extra early time of 6pm and we will close at 10pm so BYO lots of drinks & snacks.

  • Double Feature Saturday 27 January: Felix the Cat + His Royal Highness

    Hot on the heels of Australia Day we have the very first Felix the Cat cartoon FELINE FOLLIES from the fertile mind of Australia’s own Pat Sullivan followed by Australia’s original “King of Comedy” George Wallace in HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS.

  • Double Feature Saturday 20th January: Betty Boop + Son of Fury

    New format Seven Dollar Saturday – short plus feature starting at 7pm.

    Betty Boop in BARNACLE BILL THE SALOR (B&W animation, 1930, 8 min)
    Barnacle Bill jumps ship with his little black book and visits his lady friend, Betty Boopp

    Tyrone Power in SON OF FURY (B&W, 1942, 96min)
    Young Benjamin Blake goes to the South Seas to make his fortune.

  • Screening Hunt for the Wilderpeople Saturday 28 January 2017

    Saturday 28/01/17 2:00pm
    or call/text 0408 022 571

  • My Name is Doris screening Sunday 8th Jan 2017

    HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS starring SALLY FIELD screens 2pm Sunday 8th January 2017. Tickets $15.00. Classified M. Running time 1h 27m. Doors open at 9:30am. 29 Forbes St Trundle. To reserve seats email or call/text 0408 022 571.


  • Eddie the Eagle screening 7pm Friday 18th November 2016

    7pm Friday November 18th. The Staging Post Trundle. Phone/text John on 0408 022 571 or email to reserve seats.

  • Zorba the Greek screening 21 September 10:00am


    “If ever the abundance of life force in man has been poured forth on the screen — and, goodness knows, many efforts to do so have been made over the years—it is done in the brilliant performance given by Anthony Quinn”. — Bosley Crowther of the New York Times in 1964.

    ZORBA THE GREEK won three Oscars and is our next Ooba Flix Classic. Come and relive the music and the energy.

    Wednesday 21st September @ 10:00am. Tickets $15.00. Classified M.
    Running time 2h 22m. Doors open at 9:30am. 29 Forbes St Trundle.

    If you would like to reserve seats please email or SMS 0408 022 571 with a name for each ticket required.

    Only 25 seats so make your reservation without delay.
    No food or drink sold at venue but BYO is welcome.

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  • The Intouchables screening 26th August 2016


    We’re excited to present our first Ooba Flix Classic French film – THE INTOUCHABLES. No, it’s nothing to do with Eliot Ness or the caste in India. Released in 2011, The Intouchables is the story of a French aristocrat who becomes a quadriplegic after a paragliding accident and against all expectations hires a man from the “projects” to be his care giver. Presented in French with English subtitles, film critic Roger Ebert said “The appeal of a film like this is…what makes them happy makes us happy.”

    International Movie Data Base (IMDb) members rated this at #38 out of the top 250 films of all time. Quite a recommendation.

    Matinee 10am Friday 26th August 2016 @ The Staging Post 29 Forbes St Trundle.
    Tickets $15.00*. Classified M. Running time 1h 53m.

    If you would like to reserve seats please email or SMS 0408 022 571 with a name for each ticket required. Only 25 seats so make your reservation without delay.

    No food or drink sold at venue but BYO thermos and quiet snacks are welcome.

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    *A recent review of overheads and official advice that GST must be charged means a necessary increase in prices if Ooba Flix is to be sustainable. Thanks for your understanding and support.

  • Last Cab to Darwin screening August 5

    OOBA FLIX Fresh – Friday 5th August 6:00pm

    LAST CAB TO DARWIN – Rated M – Running time 2 hours 3 minutes

    Rex the taxi driver is dying. He decides to take the long road from Broken Hill to the NT where euthanasia is legal and on the way he meets plenty of life changing characters. This universally acclaimed film features Michael Caton in the performance of his career. Tickets $12.00. Only 25 seats so get your tickets without delay. BYO food and drink as none sold at the venue. If you would like to reserve tickets please use the contact form on this site. It’s never to late to start living.