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Wellington Screenings & Events
Week of Wednesday 18 April, 2018
Wednesday 18th: Mo Willems' Pigeon and Pals Collection at 11amGreat War Stories at 5.30pmCame a Hot Friday at 7pm
Saturday 21st: Ihi FrENZy at 4.30pm, Born to Dance at 7pm

Stories from Mo Willems, the celebrated American writer and illustrator, jump from the screen in this animated collection of hugely amusing adventures that are back by popular demand for these school holidays. Brought to our cinema in conjunction with The Square Eyes Film Foundation.
Wednesday 18 – 20, 26 & 27 April at 11am
Tickets $5 (under 3s free on knee)

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NZ, 2018, 40 minutes, Exempt

We are delighted to present seven stories from the fifth and final series of AC Prodcution's Great War Stories.
“These stories are personal, moving and a tribute to all those who were caught up in a war not of their making.” 
- Anna Cottrell
Screening 18 April at 5.30pm
Entry by gold coin donation

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Came a Hot Friday
NZ, 1984, 105 mins, PG – Coarse Language

A rollicking comic adventure set in 1949 against a background of horse racing, gambling and fast cars with Billy T James starring as the Tainuia Kid.

Screening 18 April at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 1998 & 2002, 53 mins, Exempt
Two episodes from the Inside Out television series, both profiling mixed dance ability in celebration of New Zealand Dance Week.
Screening 20 April at 5.30pm
Tickets $5

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NZ, 2009, 90 mins, Exempt

In this feature-length documentary, film director Mark Summerville captures, over two years, the rich and colourful lives and work of New Zealand’s most celebrated contemporary choreographers/dancers: Tai Royal, Taane Mete, Douglas Wright and Michael Parmenter. 
Screening 20 & 28 April at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 2001 & 2007, 95 mins, Exempt
An extraordinary collaboration, much of it done in Te Reo Māori, between Te Matarae I Orehu and the Royal New Zealand Ballet, with music by Split Enz. This powerful double documentary screening celebrates New Zealand Dance Week.
Screening 21 & 26 April at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 2015, 84 mins, PG – LDR (coarse language and drug references)
Choreographed by world champion Parris Goebel and featuring some of the best hip hop dancers in the world, Born to Dance turns a classic follow-your-dreams dance story into something special with electrifying choreography and an incredible troupe of dancers.
Screening 21 & 27 April at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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Coming up next...
NZ, 2001, 46 mins, Exempt
A behind-the-scenes documentary following a hectic five-week road trip as the Royal New Zealand Ballet takes its unique brand of dance to small-town New Zealand. For New Zealand Dance Week.
Screening 26 April at 5.30pm
Tickets $5

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NZ, 2006, 45 mins, Exempt
To mark New Zealand Dance Week, we present this TVNZ Artsville documentary on Sir Jon Trimmer, one of our most celebrated male dancers. This film was directed by Coates with Long White Cloud Productions.
Screening 27 April at 5.30pm
Tickets $5

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New Online Exhibition
Online exhibition

This is the story of te reo on air. Hear the broadcasters who championed te reo Māori on radio from the early days through to the 1940s when the first regular fully te reo radio programmes began, and on to the Māori cultural renaissance of the 1970s. 
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.

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