date: 24th Mar 2015

tags: Activism, News, Politics


From the award winning documentary maker of our popular film Hot Air, Alister Barry brings his political thriller The Hollow Men to beamafilm. In this exposé of behind-the-scenes politics, we see the anti-democratic politics of the Don Brash era.

date: 20th Mar 2015

tags: Environment, Religion


In this wonderful documentary, we get to follow the incredible 90 Sister Loyola Galvin as she serves the small community of Island Bay, Wellington. Her daily tasks include heavy lifting alongside vigorous spade and wheelbarrow work, which she sometimes performs on crutches. Loyola and the other Sisters of Compassion follow the vision of Mother Aubert to ‘meet the needs of the oppressed and powerless in their communities.

date: 19th Mar 2015

tags: Art, Fashion


Ari Seth Cohen Advanced Style offers proof from the wise and silver-haired set that personal style advances with age with his blog and Instagram page. Now comes the film based on the famous blog, chronicling the lives of these sylish older New Yorkers. “Respect your elders and let these ladies and gents teach you a thing or two about living life to the fullest.” 

date: 13th Mar 2015

tags: History, War


Nancy Wake was one of the most decorated servicewomen of World War II, and by the end of the war, was the Gestapo’s most wanted with a 5 million franc price on her head. Codenamed ‘The White Mouse’ she would become one of the most iconic Femme Fetal identities in history.

date: 9th Mar 2015

tags: News


Shot over a period of 7 years, Mark Levinson takes you on a journey to what could either be the greatest success or the greatest failure in scientific history. Particle Fever turns out to be a film just as thrilling as any blockbuster film, presented in a way that even the least-science inclined viewers will find themselves hooked on it’s narrative.

date: 6th Mar 2015

tags: Culture, Music


“I’ve always felt that jazz and blues were true American art forms. Maybe the only really original art forms that we have.” Actor, director and composer Clint Eastwood explores his life long passion for the Blues and Jazz while showing their important influence as a modern American art. Produced by Martin Scorsese this film is the a seventh installment featuring interviews with some of history’s most famous musicians.


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