Wellington Film Society
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In cooperation with the Goethe-Institut we have Everyone Else, Destiny, and the three films of the Road Movie trilogy by Wim Wenders. In cooperation with the Institut Francais and the Embassy of France: Fatima, That Man From Rio and Le Sauvage. Also in cooperaton with the Confucius Institute, Victoria University of Wellington: Mountains May Depart. This year we pleased to acknowledge that the three Roy Andersson films, Songs From the Second Floor, You the Living and A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, are proudly sponsored by Weta Digital. And thanks to Cinema Paramount Limited for generously making their facilities available. This Year’s Programme We are continuing to put ‘film’ back into Film Society, and thanks again to the Paramount, we have secured the screening rights to a 35mm print of our opening film Incendies. Seasons this year include: Roy Andersson. His three exquisite, absurdist scenarios about what it means to be a human being. The Debutants. Three early films by women directors: Ida Lupino, Elaine May and Kelly Reichardt. South East Asian Cinema: Cemetery of Splendour, Another Trip to the Moon, The Missing Picture. Wim Wenders Road Movie Trilogy: Alice in the Cities, Wrong Move, Kings of the Road. Ousmane Sembene: His first feature, Black Girl, plus a new documentary about the director. Classics include: Ministry of Fear, Gun Crazy, Poor Cow, Kes, The Women, Throne of Blood, The Hidden Fortress, and our ‘live cinema’ event this year will be Joseph von Sternberg’s The Last Command starring Emil Jannings. Plus one New Zealand film, A Flickering Truth, to show our support for the local industry. Links

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2016 marked 70 Years of the modern Film Society movement in New Zealand. This Wiki was established to bring together the history of its origins and achievements. .
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© 2017 Wellington Film Society Inc

News

Thanks are due to the

following

In cooperation with the Goethe-Institut  we have Everyone Else, Destiny, and the three films of the Road Movie trilogy by Wim Wenders. In cooperation with the Institut Francais and the Embassy of France: Fatima, That Man From Rio and Le Sauvage. Also in cooperaton with the Confucius Institute, Victoria University of Wellington: Mountains May Depart. This year we pleased to acknowledge that the three Roy Andersson films, Songs From the Second Floor, You the Living and A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, are proudly sponsored by Weta Digital. And thanks to Cinema Paramount Limited for generously making their facilities available. This Year’s Programme We are continuing to put ‘film’ back into Film Society, and thanks again to the Paramount, we have secured the screening rights to a 35mm print of our opening film Incendies. Seasons this year include: Roy Andersson. His three exquisite, absurdist scenarios about what it means to be a human being. The Debutants. Three early films by women directors: Ida Lupino, Elaine May and Kelly Reichardt. South East Asian Cinema: Cemetery of Splendour, Another Trip to the Moon, The Missing Picture. Wim Wenders Road Movie Trilogy: Alice in the Cities, Wrong Move, Kings of the Road. Ousmane Sembene: His first feature, Black Girl, plus a new documentary about the director. Classics include: Ministry of Fear, Gun Crazy, Poor Cow, Kes, The Women, Throne of Blood, The Hidden Fortress, and our ‘live cinema’ event this year will be Joseph von Sternberg’s The Last Command starring Emil Jannings. Plus one New Zealand film, A Flickering Truth, to show our support for the local industry. Links

Email Newsletter

In addition to Cinephile, our magazine posted to members three times a year, we also offer a monthly email newsletter, sent to those who enter their email address on the application form. You can also apply to join directly by going to:

Film Societies

2016 marked 70 Years of the modern Film Society movement in New Zealand. This Wiki was established to bring together the history of its origins and achievements. .
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