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    • PEER GYNT (RECYCLED)

      Follow one of literature's most charismatic anti-heroes as he returns from an intrepid adventure to confront his past.

    • LA SOIREE

      Decadent and downright dangerous.

    • THE GREAT WALL

      This massive Chinese-American co-production suffers from thin characters, but visually it's outstanding.

    • DAMIEN HIRST

      The poster boy for British art.

    • TONI ERDMANN

      This bizarre German comedy has earned plenty of Oscar buzz, and with good reason.

    • KINGSLAND FLAVOURS

      For the mortals who want everything for dinner but can never decide.

    • EA ART AND MUSIC FESTIVAL

      A conscious space to reimagine, reframe and engage with local community.

    • T2: TRAINSPOTTING

      This highly anticipated sequel is packed with nostalgia, for better and for worse.

    • BETWEEN THE DOG AND THE WOLF

      A place for a well-needed conversation.

    • GEORGE IN THE PARK

      A free party by the sea.

    • LOGAN

      A violent, gritty, soulful tribute to the character behind so much of this franchise's enduring popularity.

    • RAW: SHORTLAND STREET - THE MUSICAL

      The most exciting development for the soap since 'penis-gate'.

    • KONG: SKULL ISLAND

      Big, dumb and fun, Kong is an exhilarating, old-school action romp.

    • THE ENCOUNTER

      Photographer Loren McIntyre's intrepid journey through the Amazon reimagined with a dynamic 3D soundscape.

    • PATRIOTS DAY

      This thriller about the Boston bombings is well crafted, but recent political developments make it a rather uncomfortable watch.

    • THE ART OF PARTICIPATION

      Interactive art based on everyday life.

    • THE INNOVATORS

      Hard-earned wisdom from local greats.

    • WHITE NIGHT

      See the city like you never have before.

    • GOLD

      This real life drama about the hunt for gold sadly fails to sparkle.

    • ALLIANCE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2017

      With 36 formidable films on offer, from the Audrey Tatou-starring Jacques Cousteau biopic to Venice Film Festival highlight Planetarium.

    • BEING CHINESE

      175 years of Chinese New Zealanders.

    • VOLUME: MAKING MUSIC IN AOTEAROA

      Explore the nation's distinct sound— from the Dunedin Sound to barbecue reggae.

    • FIST FIGHT

      An early contender for the worst movie of the year.

    • RINGS

      This unwanted horror sequel is an even bigger drag than its villain's hairdo.

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