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Sunday 14, August

Bullet Train

Bullet Train

R16Graphic violence & offensive language

Sunday 14, August

NT Live 2022: Prima Facie

NT Live 2022: Prima Facie

RP16Rape, sexual references, offensive language & content that may disturb

Sunday 14, August

Monday 15, August

Bullet Train

Bullet Train

R16Graphic violence & offensive language

Monday 15, August

Tuesday 16, August

The Met: Live in HD Rigoletto

The Met: Live in HD Rigoletto

E

Tuesday 16, August

Wednesday 17, August

Whina

Whina

PGViolence

Wednesday 17, August

Thursday 18, August

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

MSex scenes, offensive language and nudity

Thursday 18, August

Saturday 20, August

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

MSex scenes, offensive language and nudity

Saturday 20, August

Sunday 21, August

The Gardener

The Gardener

TBC

Sunday 21, August

Bullet Train

Bullet Train

R16Graphic violence & offensive language

Sunday 21, August

Monday 22, August

NZ Mountain Film Festival Part 1

NZ Mountain Film Festival Part 1

Monday 22, August

Wednesday 24, August

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

MSex scenes, offensive language and nudity

Wednesday 24, August

Saturday 27, August

Whetū Mārama – Bright Star

Whetū Mārama – Bright Star

E

Saturday 27, August

Sunday 28, August

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

MSex scenes, offensive language and nudity

Sunday 28, August

The Gardener

The Gardener

TBC

Sunday 28, August

Monday 29, August

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

MSex scenes, offensive language and nudity

Monday 29, August

Tuesday 30, August

The Met: Live in HD Ariadne auf Naxos

The Met: Live in HD Ariadne auf Naxos

G

Tuesday 30, August

Wednesday 31, August

Whetū Mārama – Bright Star

Whetū Mārama – Bright Star

E

Wednesday 31, August

NZ Mountain Film Festival Part 2

NZ Mountain Film Festival Part 2

Wednesday 31, August

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Bullet Train

Bullet Train

R16Graphic violence & offensive language

An original movie event, Bullet Train is a fun, delirious action-thriller from the director of Deadpool 2, David Leitch. Brad Pitt headlines an ensemble cast of eclectic, diverse assassins – all with connected yet conflicting objectives – set against the backdrop of a non-stop ride through modern-day Japan.

Sunday 14, August

Monday 15, August

Sunday 21, August

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Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

MSex scenes, offensive language and nudity

Follows Nancy Stokes, a 55 year-old widow who is yearning for some adventure, human connection and some sex, good sex.

Thursday 18, August

Saturday 20, August

Wednesday 24, August

Sunday 28, August

Monday 29, August

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NT Live 2022: Prima Facie

NT Live 2022: Prima Facie

RP16Rape, sexual references, offensive language & content that may disturb

Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) makes her West End debut in the UK premiere of Suzie Miller’s award-winning play. Tessa is a young, brilliant barrister. She has worked her way up from working class origins to be at the top of her game; defending; cross examining and winning. An unexpected event forces her to confront the lines where the patriarchal power of the law, burden of proof, and morals diverge. Prima Facie takes us to the heart of where emotion and experience collide with the rules of the game. Justin Martin directs this solo tour de force, captured live from the intimate Harold Pinter Theatre in London’s West End.

Sunday 14, August

NZ Mountain Film Festival Part 1

NZ Mountain Film Festival Part 1

NZ Mountain Film Festival National Tour The NZ Mountain Film Festival National Tour takes award winning films to audiences around NZ. This is Part 1 of 2. NIGHT ONE: - total time 113 minutes We Don't Usually Have Ice Creams (10 mins) Director Paul McCredie, NZ. This isn't your average pensioner walking group. They don't believe in tracks or bridges. They scale untracked ridges, ford or swim rivers, scramble up waterfalls, abseil over bluffs and seldom get home before dark. These men are tough, but the women are tougher. Traversing the Night (40 mins) Director Maddy Whittaker, NZ. With an average age of 22, the four New Zealand Alpine Kids (as they called themselves) set off from Arthur’s Pass. The dream was to traverse the spine of the Southern Alps for the next three months until they reached Fiordland. The mountains are wonderful, beautiful and healing – but they are healing because they make us confront things that get drowned out in regular civilisation. The Great Alpine Highway – 73 (23 mins) Directors Fin Woods, Chris Maunsell & Craig Murray, NZ. This is a film following local skiers as they pile into Rongo – a converted school bus – and explore some of NZ’s best terrain. They dive into the eclectic club scene and meet some of the locals that make skiing in Aotearoa so exceptional. The Long Way Home (40 mins) Directors Rebecca Wardell & Whitney Oliver, NZ. Three Kiwi women living in Switzerland decide to skip the airplane and take the long way home - by bicycle. They set out on two wheels to cover the 20,000km through Europe, Asia, and the length of New Zealand, learning many lessons along the way.

Monday 22, August

NZ Mountain Film Festival Part 2

NZ Mountain Film Festival Part 2

NZ Mountain Film Festival National Tour The NZ Mountain Film Festival National Tour takes award winning films to audiences around NZ. This is Part 2 of 2. NIGHT TWO: - total time 102 minutes Follow The Light (4 mins) Director Pierre Henni, France. Sunsets over dramatic landscapes to the illumination of hot air balloons and the warm ambience of the Middle East Ô’Parizad (36 mins) Director Guillaume Pierrel, France, subtitles. In the 70’s, the pioneers explored the most breathtaking mountains in the Alps and Himalayas; 45 years later, the same passion has remained intact and skiers decide to return on the trail of their ancestors. Their goal is to ski an 8,000m Himalayan giant. Link Sar (18 mins) Director Graham Zimmerman, USA. This is the compelling story of the gruelling first ascent of a massive unclimbed mountain in Pakistan’s Karakoram range, Link Sar. Standing 7,041m tall, the mountain had been attempted unsuccessfully nine times before. Let’s see if these guys can make the top. Legacy On The Muir (25 mins) Director Max Buschini, USA. Born and raised as a Yosemite Valley climber, Tom Herbert revisits his father's footsteps on his famous El Capitan route The Muir Wall. House of The Gods (44 mins) Director Matt Pycroft, UK. The great northern prow of Mount Roraima soars from the depths of the Amazon rainforest like the prow of a gigantic ship, shrouded in cloud, drenched by torrential rain and guarded by vertical jungle, deep mud and overhanging cliffs. Follow Leo Houlding and team on their real-world quest through 100km of untracked jungle, into a unique slime forest and up the desperately steep big wall.

Wednesday 31, August

The Gardener

The Gardener

TBC

The Gardener is a documentary directed by Sebastien Chabot about Frank Cabot's Les Quatre Vents, aka Cabot Garden, a magnificent private garden in the Charlevoix region near Quebec City.

Sunday 21, August

Sunday 28, August

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The Met: Live in HD Ariadne auf Naxos

The Met: Live in HD Ariadne auf Naxos

G

The exhilarating soprano Lise Davidsen brings one of her signature roles to the Met for the first time as the mythological Greek heroine of Strauss’s enchanting masterpiece. The outstanding cast also features mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard as the Composer of the opera-within-an-opera around which the plot revolves, with soprano Brenda Rae as the spirited Zerbinetta, tenor Brandon Jovanovich as Ariadne’s lover, the god Bacchus, and Thomas Allen as the Major-Domo. Marek Janowski conducts.

Tuesday 30, August

The Met: Live in HD Rigoletto

The Met: Live in HD Rigoletto

E

Tony Award¬–winning director Bartlett Sher offers a bold new take on Verdi’s timeless tragedy, re-setting the opera’s action to 1920s Europe, with Art Deco sets by Michael Yeargan and elegant costumes by Catherine Zuber. Baritone Quinn Kelsey, a commanding artist at the height of his powers, brings his searing portrayal of the title role to the Met for the first time, starring alongside soprano Rosa Feola as Gilda and tenor Piotr Beczała as the Duke of Mantua, with leading maestro Daniele Rustioni on the podium.

Tuesday 16, August

Whetū Mārama – Bright Star

Whetū Mārama – Bright Star

E

For Māori, the canoe underpins our culture. We once built waka/canoes from giant trees and sailed the vast Pacific by the stars. These arts were lost to us for 600 years. Then the stars re-aligned and three men from far flung islands revived our place as the greatest navigators on the planet, a Hawaiian, a Micronesian and Hek Busby, “The Chief” from Aotearoa/New Zealand. Whetū Mārama: Bright Star is the story of Sir Hekenukumai Ngaiwi Puhipi, aka Hek Busby, and his significance for Māori in rekindling their wayfinding DNA and for all New Zealanders in reclaiming our place as traditional star voyagers on the world map.

Saturday 27, August

Wednesday 31, August

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Whina

Whina

PGViolence

The story of Dame Whina Cooper, the beloved Māori matriarch who worked tirelessly to improve the rights of her people, especially women. Flawed yet resilient, Whina tells the story of a woman formed by tradition, compelled by innovation, and guided by an instinct for equality and justice whose legacy as the Te Whaea o te Motu (Mother of the Nation) was an inspiration to an entire country.

Wednesday 17, August