Sessions: Thu 26 October - Wed 1 November
Newmarket 09 369 2417
167 - 169 Broadway
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Traditional Sessions
Show Me Shorts 2017: 9 The Movie - Masterclass (TBC) 130 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 1:00PM

Show Me Shorts 2017: Daring To Be Different (R16) 102 mins No Free Tickets

Tue 6:30PM

Show Me Shorts 2017: Light In The Dark (M) 100 mins No Free Tickets

Mon 6:30PM

Show Me Shorts 2017: Made To Move (R16) 85 mins No Free Tickets

Wed 6:30PM

Show Me Shorts 2017: The Sampler (M) 91 mins No Free Tickets

Wed 2:30PM

Show Me Shorts 2017: Worlds Collide (M) 105 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 5:30PM

Tue 2:30PM

Smsff: My Generation (PG) 64 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 3:30PM

Mon 2:30PM

The Princess Bride (PG) 98 mins No Free Tickets

Fri 8:30PM

Film Synopsis
The Princess Bride (PG)
While home sick in bed, a young boy's grandfather reads him a story called The Princess Bride.
Smsff: My Generation (PG)
Embrace your inner child with this family-friendly selection of short films. Let us take you on an adventure into space, across a Jurassic world, through the New Zealand bush, and inside a 2D poster. We’ll attend a children’s birthday party gone feral, and escape from a city made of cardboard. Suitable for adults and children of all ages.
Show Me Shorts 2017: The Sampler (M)
Too hard to pick which films to see? We get it. This selection includes some of our most accessible, heart-warming, vibrant and fun shorts from New Zealand and around the world. It’s a great way to sample what Show Me Shorts is all about. The films on offer feature family ties, a misread psychic prediction, a kosher butcher in disguise, a couple of Game of Thrones stars, and the unexpected thrill of eating avocado on toast.
Show Me Shorts 2017: Daring To Be Different (R16)
It takes a lot of courage to be your own weird self. This goes double if you’re facing extra challenges: like missing limbs, being deaf, or other people judging your sexual preferences. The characters we meet in this collection of short films are boldly taking on life, challenging us to question our tolerance and inspiring a generosity of spirit.
Show Me Shorts 2017: Made To Move (R16)
And… action! The camera rolls for this fast-paced collection of short films. The stories centre around movement of people, a piano, and a stolen purse. High-energy action sequences are contrasted with the concentrated expression of sporting prowess. These films will keep you on your toes.
Show Me Shorts 2017: Worlds Collide (M)
We live in a time of unprecedented mobility. Misunderstandings are bound to happen as we explore other lands, cultures and ideas. What happens when east meets west? When different world views clash? The moments explored in these short films are funny, scary, sad and sometimes all three at once.
Show Me Shorts 2017: Light In The Dark (M)
Stories convey coded messages and knowledge that can help us to navigate our path. The short films in this section of the programme tell of new bonds forged within fractured whanau, and the healing balm of friendship prescribed for loss and loneliness. They give survival tips for the impending apocalypse. They offer a glimpse of hope, whether by torchlight, lamplight or exploding firework.
Show Me Shorts 2017: 9 The Movie - Masterclass (TBC)
Join us for a screening of 9 THE MOVIE, by Candian writer/director Stephane E. Roy, and stay for his Mastercalass. In 9 THE MOVIE, nine interlinked short films are woven together to create an award-winning satirical comedy film about an alleged communication guru.