Sessions: Thu 30 March - Wed 5 April
Palmerston North 06 355 5335
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Palmerston North, , 4410
Traditional Sessions
Angamaly Diaries (M) 132 mins No Free Tickets

Fri Sat 8:00PM

Beauty and the Beast (PG) 129 mins No Free Tickets

Thu Fri Sun 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 5:30PM, 8:30PM 3D

Sat 10:00AM, 11:30AM, 2:30PM, 5:30PM, 8:30PM 3D

Mon Wed 10:30AM

Fff: A Decent Man (R16) 111 mins No Free Tickets

Thu 8:00PM

Fff: A Journey Through French Cinema (E) 191 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 6:00PM

Fff: A Kid (M) 98 mins No Free Tickets

Sat 4:05PM

Fff: Baden Baden (M) 96 mins No Free Tickets

Sat 2:05PM

Fff: Eternity (M) 115 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 2:00PM

Fff: From The Land Of The Moon (M) 121 mins No Free Tickets

Sat 6:10PM

Fff: In Bed With Victoria (M) 97 mins No Free Tickets

Thu 6:00PM

Fff: In The Shadow Of Women (M) 73 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 4:20PM

Fff: Julie And The Shoe Factory (M) 83 mins No Free Tickets

Fri 6:10PM

Fff: Max And Leon (M) 98 mins No Free Tickets

Sat 10:30AM

Fff: Monsieur Chocolat (M) 116 mins No Free Tickets

Sat 8:30PM

Fff: Saint Amour (M) 101 mins No Free Tickets

Fri 11:00AM

Fff: Slack Bay (R13) 122 mins No Free Tickets

Fri 1:05PM

Fff: The Odyssey (PG) 123 mins No Free Tickets

Fri 8:00PM

Fff: The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg (PG) 92 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 10:30AM

Fff: The Woods Dreams Are Made Of (E) 146 mins No Free Tickets

Thu 10:30AM

Fff: Things To Come (M) 102 mins No Free Tickets

Thu 1:20PM

Ghost in the Shell (TBC) 106 mins No Free Tickets

Thu 6:30PM

National Theatre: Saint Joan (PG) 186 mins No Free Tickets

Sat 1:00PM

The LEGO Batman Movie (PG) 104 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 1:00PM

The Met Opera: Nabucco (TBC) 184 mins No Free Tickets

Sun 1:00PM

Wed 11:00AM, 6:00PM

Film Synopsis
Beauty and the Beast (PG)
An adaptation of the classic fairy-tale about a monstrous prince and a young woman who fall in love.
The LEGO Batman Movie (PG)
Bruce Wayne must not only deal with the criminals of Gotham City, but also the responsibility of raising a boy he adopted.
Ghost in the Shell (TBC)
Based on the internationally-acclaimed sci-fi property, “GHOST IN THE SHELL” follows Major, a special ops, one-of-a-kind human-cyborg hybrid, who leads the elite task force Section 9. Devoted to stopping the most dangerous criminals and extremists, Section 9 is faced with an enemy whose singular goal is to wipe out Hanka Robotic’s advancements in cyber technology.
The Met Opera: Nabucco (TBC)
Met Music Director James Levine conducts Verdi’s early drama of Ancient Babylon, Nabucco, with Plácido Domingo adding a new role to his repertory as the title character. Liudmyla Monastyrska sings the tour-de-force role of Abigaille, Nabucco’s willful daughter, with Jamie Barton as Fenena, Russell Thomas as Ismaele, and Dmitri Belosselskiy as the prophet Zaccaria, the role of his 2011 Met debut.
National Theatre: Saint Joan (PG)
Fff: The Odyssey (PG)
1948. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, his wife, and his two sons live in paradise in a beautiful house looking out over the Mediterranean Sea. But Cousteau dreams of adventure. Thanks to his invention, an autonomous diving suit that allows him to breathe underwater, he has discovered a new world. He will explore this world, and is prepared to sacrifice everything to do so.
Fff: Monsieur Chocolat (M)
From circus to theatre, from anonymity to fame, this film follows the incredible destiny of Chocolat the clown, the first black stage performer in France. This is the singular story of an exceptional artist. The unprecedented duo he forms with Footit is very popular in Belle E´poque Paris, until easy money, gambling, and discrimination take their toll on their friendship and Chocolat’s career.
Fff: In Bed With Victoria (M)
Victoria Spick, criminal lawyer, workaholic, depressed, and self-centred with an empty love life, meets her friend, Vincent and Sam, an ex-dealer who she has helped out in court, at a wedding. The next morning Vincent is accused of having attempted to murder his girlfriend. The only witness: the victim’s dog. Victoria reluctantly accepts to defend Vincent while hiring Sam as an au pair for her daughters.
Fff: In The Shadow Of Women (M)
Pierre, a documentary filmmaker, works in partnership with his wife, Manon. They make films without a cent, but at least have each other. Pierre encounters Elisabeth, a beautiful intern at the film archive where he’s doing research on his latest documentary, a portrait of an elderly French resistance fighter. They begin a blissful affair. But gradually that initial euphoria yields for Pierre to a sense of being trapped in not just one relationship but two
Fff: Slack Bay (R13)
Summer 1910, Slack Bay in the North of France. Mysterious disappearances have thrown the region into turmoil. The improbable Inspector Machin and his shrewd assistant Malfoy carry out an investigation. Through no fault of their own, they find themselves at the centre of a strange and all-consuming love story between Ma Loute, the eldest son of a local family of fishermen with rather particular habits, and Billie Van Peteghem.
Fff: Saint Amour (M)
Every year, Bruno does the wine trail… without setting foot outside the Paris Agricultural Show! But this year, his father Jean, who has come to present his champion bull in the hope of winning the competition, suddenly decides to take Bruno on a real wine trail, in a bid to become closer to his son. They raise their glasses in Saint-Amour accompanied by Mike, a young taxi driver unexpectedly taken along for the ride.
Fff: Baden Baden (M)
Ana, 26 years old, finishes a job she hates as runner on a big film shoot in Belgium. Instead of returning to London, she makes an impulsive decision to keep the production’s rental car and heads to Strasbourg, the town she grew up in. Once there, she gives herself a mission; to replace her grandmother’s bath with a floor level shower, better adapted to someone her age.
Fff: Things To Come (M)
Nathalie teaches philosophy at a college in Paris. Married with two grown-up children, her spare time is devoted to the books she publishes as a sideline, to former students who have become friends, and to her overly possessive mother. Out of nowhere her husband tells her that he is leaving her to live with another woman. Confronted by unexpected and daunting freedom, Nathalie must reinvent her life and reassess her future.
Fff: Max And Leon (M)
Max and Le´on are childhood friends. Lazy and with a love to party, they try to avoid World War Two conscription by all means. In a film rife with slapstick physical comedy, Max and Le´on become embroiled in an escalating line of ridiculous schemes. Follow along as they travel the world in reluctant and blundering support of the war effort, with the simple desire to do one thing: return safely to their home.
Fff: The Woods Dreams Are Made Of (E)
There are days when we can no longer live in the city, when we can no longer stand seeing nothing but buildings, and hear nothing but the sounds of cars… Then we remember nature, and think of the woods. The bustle of the city disappears as we are transported into a place of serenity. The Bois de Vincennes is a true illusion, a wild world at hand, a reachable form of a lost Eden within everyone’s grasp.
Fff: Eternity (M)
At the end of the 19th century, Valentine (Audrey Tautou, also in The Odyssey), marries Jules (Arieh Worthalter). About 100 years later, her great-great-granddaughter runs across a bridge in Paris and into the arms of the man she loves. In the intervening century, men and women meet, fall in love, and embrace, thus fulfilling romantic destinies, and sowing the seeds of a family tree, an eternity.
Fff: A Journey Through French Cinema (E)
This magnificently epic documentary from Bertrand Tavernier has been a lifetime in the making. Tavernier explores in a highly personal documentary the French films from the 30s through to the 70s that inspired him to start out as a director, showcasing long-lost films that he discovered during the production process.
Fff: From The Land Of The Moon (M)
Gabrielle lives in a small village in the south of France, at a time when her dream of true love is considered scandalous, and even insane. Against her will, Gabrielle’s parents marry her to Jose´, an honest and loving Spanish worker who they think will make a respectable woman of her. When she is sent away to the Alps to treat her kidney stones, Andre´, an injured veteran of the Indochina war, rekindles the passion buried inside of her.
Fff: A Decent Man (R16)
Eddie spends more time drinking and moping about than he does looking for a proper job. After another drunken night on the town, he winds up hospitalised when a band of thugs stab him. Eddie wrongly identifies local Arab boy Ahmed as the principal culprit. While the legal machine gets underway with Ahmed, Eddie attempts to win back his wife and son through a new job. He soon becomes aware of the seriousness of his accusation but will do anything to stand by his proclamation.
Fff: The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg (PG)
Cherbourg, November 1957. Madame Emery and her daughter, Genevie`ve, run a store called The Umbrellas of Cherbourg. Genevie`ve is in love with Guy, a mechanic working in a garage. Their brief romance is interrupted when Guy is drafted to serve in the Algerian War. Pregnant and desperate because she has little news of Guy, Genevie`ve is forced by her mother to marry Roland, an older businessman, and leaves Cherbourg.
Angamaly Diaries (M)
Vincent Pepe who wanted to be a powerful leader of a righteous gang that ruled the city, like his seniors. And then there's the rival clan with the malicious gangsters of Angamaly a locale on which the film is based
Fff: A Kid (M)
One morning, 33 year-old Mathieu (Pierre Deladonchamps, also in Eternity) receives a phone call and discovers that his biological father was Canadian and has just died. He also learns that he has two brothers. Mathieu drops everything and leaves Paris in hope of reuniting with a part of his unknown family. But upon his arrival in Montre´al, nothing goes as expected and Mathieu finds himself in hostile territory.
Fff: Julie And The Shoe Factory (M)
Julie (Pauline Etienne, Tokyo Fiance´e – Festival 2015) has long lived between two precarious jobs. Everything changes when she thinks she’s got a permanent job in a luxury shoe factory. But a threatened relocation disrupts her dreams for stability. Should she protest alongside her work colleagues or keep a low profile? Julie doesn’t know which leg to stand on.