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Raglan Arts Film Festival 2015


Raglan Arts Film Festival 2015

Friday 11th September – 20th September

The 2015 Raglan Film Festival runs from 11 to 20 September at the Old School, and will showcase an exciting array of films from around the world. Full details of the line-up are below. Wine, beer, hot drinks, juices and delicious homemade treats for sale at every movie.

Ticket prices: adults $11, children $6.

Contact the Old School for further info 07 825 0023, website www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/rff or email info@raglanartscentre.co.nz for more details.

Ever the Land

An artful insight into a landmark architectural undertaking by one of New Zealand’s most passionately independent Māori tribes, Ngāi Tūhoe. Ever the Land tracks the birth of NZ’s first ‘living building’, Te Wharehou o Tūhoe, built under strict sustainability certification from non-toxic, local materials.

Ever the Land. Friday 11 September, 8pm & Saturday 12 September, 4.30pm. Documentary | 1hr 30mins | Exempt.

Tangerines

War is raging in the Abkhazia region of Georgia. Ivo stays behind to help his neighbour, Margus, harvest tangerines. When the battle reaches his doorstep, he takes in two seriously wounded fighters from opposing sides - and must figure out a way for both of them to convalesce without killing each other.

Saturday 12 Sept, 8pm & Sunday 13 Sept, 4.30pm.

Drama, War, World Cinema | 1hr 27mins | M: Violence & offensive language.

Tomorrow We Disappear

A feature length documentary about the last days of Kathputli, a magical artist colony hidden away in the alleyways of New Delhi.

Sunday 13 September, 8pm & Friday 18 September, 4.30pm. Documentary | 1hr 20mins | Exempt.

Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago

An up-close look at one of humanity’s most time-honoured traditions: walking the ancient pilgrim path, the Camino de Santiago.

Wednesday 16 September, 4.30pm and Thursday 17 September, 8pm. Documentary | 1hr 24mins | PG: Coarse language.

Learning to Drive

A feel-good, coming of (middle) age comedy about a mismatched pair who help each other overcome life’s road blocks.

Thursday 17 September, 4.30pm & Friday 18 September, 8pm. Comedy, Drama, Romance | 1hr 45mins | M: Sex scenes, offensive language and drug use.

PLUS RAFFA-Nominee Screenings:

Saturday 12 September, 3pm.

Nevereverland. Koha.

Wednesday 16 September

7.30pm: Maui Dolphin Day, Raglan Remembers WW1, C’bon Collection, Neighbourhood – “Raglan.”

9pm: Avalanche City – “Inside Out,” Kühl, The Ultimate Waterman. (All koha).


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