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Kiwi Brings The NZ Classics Back To The Big Screen

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 where they belong - the big screen at the Rialto...

On the last Sunday of each month, there’ll be one special screening only in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch of a great Kiwi classic.

After selling out cinemas for the special screening last month of Footrot Flats; this Sunday (31 July), Kiwi Classics at Rialto feature a special screening of Scarfies, the film which follows five students squatting in an abandoned Dunedin house and their discovery of a peculiar cash crop growing in the basement.

Scarfies - this Sunday 3.30pm
Rialto Cinemas Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch
Seats will go - book online

Prior to screenings, Rialto and The New Zealand Film Commission are delighted to bring you a selection of New Zealand short films:
those screening throughout Kiwi Classics At Rialto include Fleeting Beauty, Needles and Glass and Closer.

Breaking News -

We're extremely happy to announce that trailers for

UTU will screen in front of Scarfies - the first chance to see the UTU trailer since 1983!

Anika Moa co-hosting this coming Thursday (Aug 4) on Kiwi Drive with Bruce

KIWI BREAKFAST with Karyn and Andrew
regular guests -
The Prime Minister Helen Clark Monday 8.45 am
National's Don Brash Wednesday 8.20 am
Legend Sam Hunt Friday 8.10 am

and in the studio for a chat soon Hayley Westenra

New Music on Kiwi...
North Shore Pony Club Computer Games....

Charlie Ash O'Baby...

The Rabble Addicted to the Bone...

Rhombus Mile High... David Yetton Stars Without Makeup...

Elemeno P 11:57...

Friends from Sweden So Beautiful...
Recloose ft Joe Dukie Dust...



Regulars on Kiwi...
The Feelers Stand Up... The Veils Wild Son... Opshop Levitate... Autozamm Sweet Love... Zillionaire For Someone... Pluto Long White Cross... The Phoenix Foundation Damn the River... Donald Reid Forget Myself ... Breaks Co-op Settle Down... Gramsci All the Time in the World... Motocade Live it Up... Fat Freddy's Drop Ray Ray...

Kiwi has made another move forward in broadcasting standards with the installation of an old as record player in the Kiwi Studio. It has a long and formative broadcasting history and is a true classic. If you've got anything vinyl and Kiwi that you reckon deserves a spin send it in aye...

Autozamm - As for Now
this week on Kiwi when you play Face the Music

(Get yer orders in for fish and chip Friday - every week, every city, every Friday... the perfect kiwi feed for you and your workmates.
Fax 09 373 2900 or email your order to )


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