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Kiwi Brings The NZ Classics Back To Big Screen

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Kiwi Brings The NZ Classics Back To The Big Screen

Get your popcorn and your Jafa's ready because Kiwi has bought the NZ classics back to the big screen at the Rialto...

After selling out cinemas for the special screening last month of Goodbye Pork Pie; this Sunday (26 June), Kiwi Classics at Rialto feature a special screening of Footrot Flats - The Dogs Tale.

Footrot Flats - The Dogs Tale this Sunday 3.30pm Rialto Cinemas Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch Seats will go - book online

Kiwi Classics at Rialto will show one special screening of a great Kiwi classic feature film at Rialto Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch on the last Sunday of every month. Prior to each feature film screening, there will be a special screening of a New Zealand short film, courtesy of the New Zealand Film Commission. Those screening throughout Kiwi Classics At Rialto include Fleeting Beauty,
Needles and Glass and Closer.

New on Kiwi...

Shaft - I Just wanna Have your baby... female singer/songwriter out of Christchurch Reb Fountain - Sweet Pea....from the upcoming Tadpole album, Tadpole - Yesterday... recent Katie Melua support act Spinner - Talking to the Moon.... North Shore Pony Club -and a cover of Computer Games...Jonny and The Robba - Damn Girl...Miscreant - Older and the touring band on the 2005 Schools Tour, My Life Story-Falling Out Regulars on Kiwi...

Die Die Die I'm Not Talking, Fly My Pretties Let it Roll, The Fanatics T.V, The Phoenix Foundation Damn The River, The Sneaks Kuzai Heart You Girl, The Mint Chicks I Don't Want to Grow Old, Opshop Levitate, Che Fu 2D, The D4 Out of My Head, The Bads Bit by Bit, Blindspott Yours Truly, Shapeshifter Long White Cloud, Goodshirt Lucy, Autozamm Sweet Love....


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