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Wellington Screenings & Events
Week of Wednesday 14 March, 2018
Week Two of the New Zealand Bicycle Film Festival
 
Wednesday 14th: Along for the Ride: EP 7 & 1 at 5.30pm,  Le Ride at 7pm
Thursday 15th: Along for the Ride: EP 2 & 3 at 5.30pm, NotBad & Not2Bad at 7pm
Friday 16th:
 Along for the Ride: EP 4 & 5 at 5.30pm, BMX Bandits at 7pm
Saturday 17th: Along for the Ride: EP 6 & 7 at 4.30pm, A Sunday in Hell at 7pm
 
 
The third New Zealand Bicycle Film Festival is devoted to bike riders of all persuasions, from hard-core mountain bikers to leisurely eBikers and their support crews. The Festival programme has something for everyone, including the iconic BMX Bandits and a documentary described as the finest film about professional cycling (A Sunday in Hell).
 
The Festival runs to 17 March at our 84 Taranaki St, Wellington Cinema.
 
 
Australia /France/ New Zealand /USA, 2016, 90 mins, Exempt
 
The Amazing Race supremo Phil Keoghan jumps onto a 1928 bike to replicate Kiwi Harry Watson’s epic Tour de France ride of the same year. 
 
Screening 14 March at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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Australia, 1983, 88 mins, PG – coarse language
 
Two expert BMX bikers and a friend, played by a very young Nicole Kidman, become entangled with some bank robbers. 
 
Screening 16 March at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ/Spain, 2013 & 2016, 63 mins total, Exempt
 
Two electrifying tales of bicycle tomfoolery, back to back! NotBad follows seven brave riders on a series of ridiculous adventures in New Zealand and then in Not2Bad the gang head to Spain for more “serious off-road bicycle-riding business”.
 
Screening 15 March at 7pm
Koha

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Denmark, 1976, 111 mins, Exempt

The hellish Sunday took place on April 11, 1976 when the champions of cycle-racing battled for victory in the classic and gruelling annual bicycle race – Paris-Roubaix. “Arguably the best film ever made about professional cycling.” – Cowie, International Film Guide.


Screening 17 March at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8
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NZ, 2015, 46 mins, Exempt
 
Celebrating all things bike we join Simon Morton on his dream journey exploring New Zealand’s cycling history. Seven episodes of this compelling series screen throughout the Festival (two episodes per screening).
 
Screening March 14 – 16 at 5.30pm and Saturday 17 at 4.30pm
Tickets $5

Episode Schedule:

Wednesday 14 March: Taupō to Auckland and North Otago to Temuka
Thursday 15 March: Cantebury to West Coast and Otria to Nelson (repeat)
Friday March 16: Wellington and Wellington to Tarnaki (repeat)
Saturday 17 March: Horopito to Rotorua (repeat) and Taupō to Auckland

 
Thanks to the generous supporters of the NZ Bicycle Film Festival:

Coming up next...
NZ, 1952, 71 mins, PG
 
The romantic story of Tom Sullivan, a young journalist, and Rawi, the Māori girl he falls in love with, and the challenges they face in 1950s New Zealand. These screenings are to mark Race Relations Day on 21 March.
 
Screening 21, 24 & 29 March at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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or Find out more
 
USA, 1984, 88 mins, Exempt
 
If you were hoping to see David Byrne at the International Arts Festival, don’t feel too despondent that he's not able to make it – you can catch him on our big screen in this acclaimed Jonathan Demme concert movie.
 
Screening 28 March at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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or Find out more
 
NZ, 1981, 51 mins, PG
 
In our TV Time slot relive the old days, before privatisation and the stock market crash of ’87, when government department offices had tea trolleys, smokers had free reign and Civil Servants always stopped work for morning tea.
 
Screening 21, 22 & 23 March at 5.30pm
Tickets $5

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NZ, 1985, 90 mins, M – Adult themes
 
A scientist (Bruno Lawrence) wakes one morning to discover he is alone in the world. The global top-secret energy project (Operation Flashlight), which he has been working on for a year, has changed the world.
 
Screening 22 & 23 March at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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Wellington Cinema & Café
 
Friday Happy Hour Special at our Wellington cinema and café
Grab a beer or wine with a Toastie Sammie or slice for just $8! (or skip the food for a $5 drink). Every Friday between 5pm – 7pm.
 
Our Wellington cinema and café is located on the corner of Taranaki and Ghuznee Streets. 
 
Our fully licenced cafe has free Wifi and is open from 8:30am weekdays and before Saturday screenings. Grab a snack and your favourite beverage before heading into the cinema!

For more information on our screenings, please call the events info line: (04) 499 3456.
 
EASTER: Our cinema and café will be closed for Easter from 29 March to 2 April reopening on Tuesday 3 April.

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