Scrapper (PG)

  • October 21 - 25, 2023
  • CCC Cinema/Theatrette

    104 Darling Street
    Cowra, New South Wales 2794
Ticket Price (AUD) $12.00-$15.00 This event is now over
Description

Following her mother’s death, a resourceful 12-year-old girl, Georgie (Lola Campbell), continues to live alone in their London-outskirts flat. She makes money stealing bikes with her friend, Ali (Alin Uzun), and keeps the social workers off her back by pretending to live with an uncle. It works like a charm until Jason (Harris Dickinson, Triangle of Sadness) shows up. Apparently, he’s her father – so long estranged that she doesn’t recognise him. Sizing him up as a rubbish dad (absent, messy, can’t cook), Georgie wonders why he’s suddenly taking an interest. Especially when she’s doing just fine on her own, thank you very much.  

 

SCRAPPER is a vibrant, joyful, imaginative story that is full of aesthetic energy and heart-warming charm. Dickinson and Campbell bring a magical quality to this father-daughter story of two emotionally tangled people: a grieving kid thrust into adulthood and father in over his head.

Classification PG Mild themes, violence and coarse language

Duration 84 mins

Trailer

Date & Time

Oct 21 - 25, 2023

Venue Details

CCC Cinema/Theatrette

104 Darling Street
Cowra, New South Wales 2794 CCC Cinema/Theatrette
Cowra Civic Centre

WELCOME TO COWRA CIVIC CENTRE

The Cowra Civic Centre regularly hosts live performances, cinema screenings, civic events, balls and seminars. The centre has two spaces - the main auditorium seating 335 people and the theatrette seating up to 80 people. 

Located on Wiradjuri Country in Central West NSW, the Cowra Civic Centre was officially open December 5, 1969. The first performance took place on 18 March, 1970 - a production of Sweeney Todd, a play performed by the Cowra Musical & Dramatic Society as part of the Festival of Lachlan Valley (now known as the Festival of International Understanding). 

Since then the venue has gone on to host live performances, civic events, film screenings, balls and even a wrestling match.