NZ & Arthouse Film Festival
2nd NZ & Arthouse Film Festival at Everybody's Theatre
Starting Friday 26 October to Sunday 4 November 2018
We offer a range of past NZ films along with a selection of 2 Arthouse movies featuring gardens and gardeners such as
A Little Chaos where 'Two talented landscape artists become romantically entangled while building a garden in King Louis XIV's palace at Versailles.' and ...
Gardening with Soul is a feature length documentary following a year in the garden with 90-year-old Sister Loyola Galvin. Sister Loyola's optimism is infectious and it's fed every day by her love of gardening. Themes of faith, aging and compassion sit alongside the practicalities of community life, issues within the Catholic Church and the importance of good compost in this intimate, funny and moving portrait of a woman approaching the end of her life.
Once again we will be offering our scrummy platters for you to enjoy while watching our movies
Dessert Platters - $
ONCE WERE WARRIORS 1994
Crime, Drama | 1hr 42 mins | R 13
A family descended from Maori warriors is bedeviled by a violent father and the societal problems of being treated as outcasts.
Saturaday 27 October 7pm
Friday 2 November 1pm
A LITTLE CHAOS
Romance Drama | 1 hr 52 mins | M
Two talented landscape artists become romantically entangled while building a garden in King Louis XIV's palace at Versailles.
Friday 26 October 1pm
Thursday 1 November 7pm
Drama, Music, Romance | 2hrs 1 min | M
A mute woman is sent to 1850s New Zealand along with her young daughter and prized piano for an arranged marriage to a wealthy landowner, but is soon lusted after by a local worker on the plantation.
Friday 26 October 7pm
Tuesday 30 October 1pm
Drama, Family | 1 hr 41 mins | PG
A contemporary story of love, rejection and triumph as a young Maori girl fights to fulfill a destiny her grandfather refuses to recognize.
Saturday 27 October 1pm
Monday 29 October 7pm
Comedy, Romance | 1 hr 43 mins | PG- 13
Doug (Rhys Darby) thinks he has the perfect life and is stunned when long term girlfriend Susan (Faye Smythe) dumps him. He finds an injured duck and reluctantly decides to nurse it better until such time as a new home can be found for it. The task gives him new found motivation and propels Doug into a journey of self discovery, where he meets zoologist Holly (Sally Hawkins). Will the duck ever fly again? and will Doug find his perfect life?
Sunday 28 October 1pm
Saturday 3 November 7pm
BORN RACER: SCOTT DIXON
Documentary Sport |
Portrait on four-time IndyCar World Champion Scott Dixon, one of New Zealand's most accomplished professional racing drivers, exploring the passion and dedication required to compete in one of the world's most dangerous sports.
Sunday 28 October 7pm
Saturday 3 November 1 pm
Comady Drama | 1 hr 38 mins | PG
A small film with a big heart, SECOND HAND WEDDING is a bittersweet dramatic comedy set in the present, in a time when trademe and e-bay threaten the primeval urge for a firsthand crack at the second-hand. Jill keeps the dream alive until she is forced to confront the habits of a lifetime and concede that no bargain is worth her daughter's happiness. Father of the bride, Brian, quips that Cheryl's upcoming wedding will be the first time anyone in the Rose family has given something away - and that's the crux of it.
Monday 29 October 1pm
Tuesday 30 October 7pm
CAME A HOT FRIDAY
Comedy | 1hr 41mins | PG
Set in post-war (1949) rural New Zealand, this film traces the efforts of two con men to run a betting scam in a small town (Tainuea) already rife with illegal gambling corruption, and eccentricity.
Thursday 1 November 1pm
Friday 2 November 7pm
GARDENING WITH SOUL - WINNER: Best Documentary Film Awards 2013
New Zealand Documentary | 1 hr 40 mins | G
Gardening with Soul is a feature length documentary following a year in the garden with 90-year-old Sister Loyola Galvin.
Sister Loyola's optimism is infectious and is fed every day by her love of gardening. Themes of faith, aging and compassion sit alongside the practicalities of community life, issues within the Catholic Church and the importance of good compost in this intimate, funny and moving portrait of a woman approaching the end of her life.
Monday 29 October 7pm
Wednesday 31 October 1pm
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