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Films by Starlight return to Hutt City for 2014

Films by Starlight return to Hutt City for 2014

Hutt City residents will be able to head along to two local screenings of the popular Films by Starlight series this summer.

The Adventures of TinTin will hit the big screen at Williams Park in Days Bay on
Saturday 8 February in what promises to be a family night of escalating thrills and perils.

All aboard for a wild treasure hunt for a sunken ship! How will Tintin, Snowy and the cantankerous Captain Haddock outwit all those diabolical villains, dastardly pirates and nasty enemies?

Dowse Square will host critically acclaimed doco-drama Beyond the Edge on Saturday 8 March.

Sit in awe through the epic adventure of Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary’s successful ascent of Mt. Everest in 1953. Their monumental achievement captured the imagination of the world, and their legacy lives on today.

Visit www.filmsbystarlight.co.nz for the full schedule and screening details - there’s sure to be a film there for you!

To find other great events in Hutt City visit www.summerinthehutt.co.nz

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