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Wellington Screenings & Events
Week of Wednesday 07 February, 2018
 
Wednesday 7th: Kaleidoscope – Journey of Song at 5.30pm, The Piano at 7pm
Thursday 8th: Kaleidoscope – Toccata at 5.30pmGetting to Our Place at 7pm
Friday 9th:
 Kaleidoscope – Journey of Song at 5.30pmGetting to Our Place at 7pm
NZ, 1988, 39 mins, exempt
 
Follow the National Youth Choir on tour in Great Britain and Europe and competing in the Festival of Youth and Music in Vienna. This originally screened in 1988 as part of the iconic television arts series, Kaleidoscope.
 
Screening 7 & 9 February
Tickets $5

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NZ/Australia/France, 1993, 122 mins, M
 
25 years ago, cinema-goers around the world were captivated by this extraordinary tale of desire, violence and hope. This screening is in support of the Royal New Zealand Ballet's season of The Piano: The Ballet.
 
Screening 7 February, 1 – 3 March
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 1982, 52 mins, exempt

Following two weeks in the life of New Zealand-born, internationally-acclaimed organist, Dame Gillian Weir. See her rehearsals and performances at the Wellington Cathedral and the Royal Albert Hall, London.
 
Screening 8 & 16 February
Tickets $5


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NZ, 1999, 72 mins, exempt
 
A documentary chronicling the history of the creation of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa to mark 20 years since its official opening on 14 January 1998.
 
Screening 8 – 17 February
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 1934, 1990 and 2011, 80 mins, PG

A dramatisation of the days leading up to 6 February 1840 told in recreations and interviews with the participants and locals. Two historial excerpts that illustrate changing attitudes to the Treaty will screen before the main feature.
 
Screening 10 February
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 2016, 96 mins, PG-VLSSMDC

Director Taika Waititi's fourth feature is packed with star-power. Sam Neill is the laconic Hec, Rima Te Wiata is his beloved wife, Bella and Julian Dennison is Ricky Baker, the young orphan with a love of setting fire to mailboxes.
 
Screening 10 February
Tickets $10/$8


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NZ, 1950s – 1960s, 5 mins, exempt

Celebrating New Zealand’s Chinese community with a selection of moving images and sounds from our collections, captured in the rich colour film stock of the 50s and 60s. 
 
Screening in The Lounge, Te Wahi Noho, on continuous loop until 17 February.
 
Lounge screenings are free.

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NZ, 1989, 32 mins, exempt
 
Considered to be one of New Zealand’s most influential artists, this profile of the life and art of painter Frances Hodgkins (28 April 1869 – 13 May 1947) originally screened in 1989 as part of the iconic Kaleidoscope television series.
 
Screening 15 & 23 February
Tickets $5

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NZ, 2011, 103 mins, PG
 
A romantic comedy about a regular Kiwi bloke on a quest to find true love – with the help of a duck. Starring acclaimed Golden Globe Award-winning actress Sally Hawkins and internationally renown comedian, broadcaster and actor, Rhys Darby – as well as a local duck!
 
Screening 15 – 17 February
Tickets $10/$8

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Wellington Cinema & Café
 
Our Wellington cinema and cafe is located on the corner of Taranaki and Ghuznee Streets. 

For more information on our screenings, call the events info line: (04) 499 3456

Our fully licenced cafe has free wifi. The cafe is open from 8:30am weekdays and before weekend screenings. Grab a snack and your favourite beverage before heading into the cinema!

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