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NZIFF expands

The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) has announced additional screenings following sell-out crowds in Auckland.

The festival, due to close its Auckland doors on Sunday, has added more sessions for 16 titles. The festival’s Auckland leg will now extend to Wednesday 6 August.

Black Coal, Thin Ice

Black Coal, Thin Ice

Tickets are on sale for newly added sessions as follows:

Amazonia 3D

Sunday 3 August: 1.30pm Event Queen St

Aunty and the Star People

Monday 4 August: 11.15am and 6.15pm Academy Cinema

Black Coal, Thin Ice

Sunday 3 August: 3.45pm SKYCITY Theatre

Charlie’s Country

Sunday 3 August: 6.45pm Rialto Newmarket

Dior and I

Sunday 3 August: 5.00pm Rialto Newmarket
Wednesday 6 August: 12.00pm and 2.00pm Academy Cinema

Faith Connections

Tuesday 5 August: 3.45pm Academy Cinema
Wednesday 6 August: 6.15pm Academy Cinema

The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden

Sunday 3 August: 11.00am SKYCITY Theatre

Human Capital

Wednesday 6 August: 4.00pm Academy Cinema

Jimi: All is By My Side

Saturday 2 August: 8.45pm Academy Cinema

Living is Easy with Eyes Closed

Monday 4 August: 3.30pm Academy Cinema

National Gallery

Monday 4 August: 1.00 pm Academy Cinema
Tuesday 5 August: 6.15pm Academy Cinema

notes to eternity

Sunday 3 August: 7.00pm Academy Cinema

Particle Fever

Saturday 2 August: 10.45am SKYCITY Theatre

Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets

Sunday 3 August: 8.15pm SKYCITY Theatre

The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet 3D

Sunday 3 August: 7.45pm Event Queen St

Time is Illmatic

Saturday 2 August: 8.45pm Rialto Newmarket

Auckland NZIFF tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster. NZIFF is currently running in Auckland (17 July – 6 August), followed by Wellington (25 July – 10 August), then Christchurch and Nelson (6 – 24 August) and Dunedin (31 July – 17 August) before continuing to travel around New Zealand, screening in Timaru, Gore, Hawke’s Bay, Hamilton, Tauranga, Palmerston North, Masterton, and New Plymouth.

NZIFF programmes are available online and around town. 

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