If you are looking for an alternative to what qualifies for television at the moment, Griffith City Council Library is happy to help.
The library's theatrette is back to its regular programming after six months of empty chairs due to COVID-19 restrictions.
One of the theatrette's regular patrons Amy Bellincanto says it's a great opportunity to get out and about for the evening and much better than the 'absolute rubbish' on television.
"I've always come to see the movies they show here, they are very good to me here," Mrs Bellincanto said.
"If I see a movie I want to see, they get it for me. It's wonderful."
The theatrette celebrated its first birthday in October after COVID had unfortunately kept it shut since March however the library staff are looking forward to seeing people back through the doors and enjoying the programming.
"I think that people are slowly coming back but we are excited to see numbers using the theatrette increase," Sharmaine Delgado, team leader at the library said.
Monthly programming includes 'Multicultural Film Thursday' the second Thursday of each month, 'Film Club' the third Thursday of each month, 'Seniors Saturday' the last Saturday of each month, and 'Sensory Screening' the last Thursday of each month.
Some specialty screenings are on the schedule too with the "12 Days of Christmas Movie Marathon" starting 10 am Wednesday 9 December for 12 days straight of Christmas movie favourites.
Entry is free and bookings can be made online or by calling the library on 69628300.