The Goulburn Film Group will present 'Sorry We Missed You' to the cinemagoers in August.
This is the first film that will be screened after restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic led to the closure of Lilac City cinemas.
Rose Marin, executive director of Southern Tablelands Arts, is excited that they are able to screen a movie.
"Lilac Cinema is now open and keen to support the Goulburn Film Group," she said.
She added that regular screenings by the Goulburn Film Group give locals an opportunity to see such movies on the big screen.
Director Ken Loach's movie is a powerful exploration of the contemporary world of work, the gig economy and the challenges faced by one family trying to hold it all together.
"However, after COVID-19, we are planning to do so on a quarterly basis," she added.
"Once restrictions ease, then we can go back to our monthly pattern most likely from February next year."
Lilac City Cinema reopened from July 16 with Covid Safe measures in place.
There are four theatres at the cinema with a seating capacity for 588 people.
The cinema will be down 60 per cent capacity to ensure the 4sqm metre spacing requirement is in place.
Hand sanitisers are in place across the premises. Extra cleaning and sanitising of seats and armrests takes place between screenings.
Small family groups may be allowed to sit together while maintaining safe distancing from others in the cinema.
The movie 'Sorry We Missed You' will be screened at Lilac City Cinema on August 31.
Goulburn Film Group is presented by Southern Tablelands Arts, your local Regional Arts Development Organisation supporting arts and culture in your home town.
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