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Pay What You Decide: Blind Ambition (12A)

15 August

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  • A Autism friendly
  • C Captioned
  • D Dementia friendly


Pay What You Decide Screening

Billed as the Cool Runnings of the wine world, Blind Ambition tells the story of four Zimbabwean men who leave their country in search of a better life in South Africa. Their work in the hospitality industry allows them to develop a newfound interest in wine, and together they become the first team of Zimbabwean sommeliers to compete at the World Blind Wine Tasting Championships in France. Robert Coe and Warwick Ross’s inspirational, feel-good documentary raises a glass to the lives of this humble quartet, and tells a story of dedication, determination and really knowing your wines.

Support Indie Cinema - Pay What You Decide

This is a Support Indie Cinema - Pay What You Decide Screening. Come to the film and you can pay what you like.

  • Book online or over the counter up until 2 hours before the performance start time. Maximum of 2 tickets per person (subject to availability).
  • A customer account with which includes an email address (or contact phone number) will be required to participate in this initiative.
  • You may be contacted after the screening to take part in our research program into Pay What You Decide.
  • You will be able to pay your chosen sum on leaving the screening. For the purposes of speed and convenience, cash payments would be preferred, but a contactless option will also be available.

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Blind Ambition + Wine Tasting

We are partnering with Locavore cafe for this special one-off wine tasting event, to celebrate the release of Blind Ambition. Limited tickets available!

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Blind Ambition - Standard Screenings

You can also catch our Standard Screenings of Blind Ambition from 12 - 18 August.

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  • Directors Robert Coe, Warwick Ross
  • Country Australia
  • Year of Production 2021
  • Running Time 1h36m
  • Certificate 12A - infrequent strong language, brief real violence
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