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The Royal New Zealand Ballet’s superb, universally acclaimed production of the great Romantic ballet Giselle has now been made into a superb film, directed by Toa Fraser and shot by Leon Narbey. With Gillian Murphy, Qi Huan.
Wednesday October 30 - 6:00pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Thursday October 31 - 10:30amEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
This beguiling family drama by Japan’s gentle master of the genre Kore-eda Hirokazu (I Wish, Nobody Knows) won the Jury Prize at Cannes this year.
Sunday October 27 - 3:15pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Tuesday October 29 - 3:30pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
NZIFF’s only cash-prize competition section sets out to identify and reward the year’s best local shorts. Sample the best of homegrown talent as we line up the six finalists guest-selected by filmmaker Alison Maclean.
Thursday October 31 - 6:00pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Hitchcock’s masterpiece of popular cinema, simply one of the most entertaining thrillers ever made, looks better than ever in this fabulous new 4K digital restoration. With Cary Grant, James Mason, Eva Marie Saint.
Saturday October 26 - 3:15pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Monday October 28 - 7:30pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Direct from Cannes, the latest entry from Jim Jarmusch, past master of punk cool. Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton are Adam and Eve, blood-sipping lovers since time began. “Passionate and consummately chic.” — Screendaily
Tuesday November 05 - 3:30pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Wednesday November 06 - 8:15pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
In Paolo Sorrentino’s intoxicating cinematic fresco of contemporary Rome, Toni Servillo plays Jep, a long-stalled writer and wealthy bon vivant whom we first meet turning 65 in grand style. A visit from the widower of an old girlfriend provokes unexpected invigoration of his dormant creative instincts.
Saturday November 02 - 5:00pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Monday November 04 - 10:30amEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
The great Iranian director Asghar Farhadi turns his attention to a Parisian household in a drama as intimate and gripping as his A Separation. Bérénice Bejo (The Artist) in the pivotal role took the Best Actress Award at Cannes.
Thursday October 31 - 8:00pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Friday November 01 - 10:30amEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
The glorious peak achievement of the new feature film culture that burgeoned here in the 70s, Geoff Murphy’s 1983 Utu is unveiled afresh in its ravishing, pictorial splendour. Here it is, our own turbulent history transcribed with cinematic élan – and an elegiac, absurdist vision of the devil’s mischief in paradise.
Friday October 25 - 3:45pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth
Saturday October 26 - 8:00pmEvent Cinemas New Plymouth