Movie-lovers will have to wait a bit longer to see new releases on the big screen with Regent Cinemas Albury aiming for a mid-July re-opening.
And while the cinema is obviously waiting on government COVID-19 restrictions to ease, general manager Kelly Davis said they are also dependent on Hollywood.
"We are dependent on the US and Europe cinemas opening again and Hollywood getting back to business for us to offer some exciting releases," she said.
"There is a great Christopher Nolan one Tenet for the 16th of July and that would be a really exciting movie to open up with.
"And then moving towards Disney they are really excited to be getting their live action Mulan released sort of towards the end of July and then Wonder Woman 1984 another released at the start of August.
"They haven't moved those release dates so we are hoping they stay there and we are looking towards mid to late July for us to open up again."
While outdoor cinemas have begun re-opening, indoor cinemas are still unable to operate under restrictions.
"Our next plan is the next stage of restrictions where there are up to 100 are allowed but social distancing is enforced," Miss Davis said.
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"That brings it down to the sort of directions we had in place before we closed which was four square metres per patron.
"That allows us to seat about 40-42 people per cinema.
"That is a great level for us to start with and work towards opening up to a bigger audience.
"Everyone is desperate to have that social interaction again and that is what the cinema is about, one of everyone's favourite past time. "
In the meantime, the Dean Street cinema doors remain with staff hopeful for a return in the next few months.
"We have had some exciting things happening behind closed doors but we aren't ready to share that just yet," Miss Davis said. Regent Cinemas Albury closed on March 23 following government advice about non-essential activities.
"We look forward to opening up again and welcoming movie-lovers back in our cinemas," Miss Davis said.