Our newly-redecorated, Theatre Room at the Old School Arts Centre in Stewart Street relaunches with two movies this coming weekend. Both movies in Dolby 5.1 sound on the new sound system.
First up is BORN TO DANCE featuring Stan Walker and Tia Maipi on Friday 4th at 6pm, screening again on Saturday 5th at 4.30pm and Sunday 6th at 2pm.
Then on Saturday night at 8pm IRIS screens and again at Sunday at 4.30pm and Monday at 10am.
Plus Mums and Bubs Session, Monday 7 December, 10am-1 1 .30am.Saturday 5 December, 8pm-9.30pm, Sunday 6 December, 4.30pm-6pm.
Veteran documentary maker Albert Maysles enters the flamboyant world of Iris Apfel, the quick-witted, 93-year-old New York style icon and muse.
“Fashion doyenne Iris Apfel shines. An absolute hoot. ” NY Daily News.
“Even if you wouldn’t know a Hermes scarf from a hole in the ground, Iris isn’t a bad way at all to remember Maysles work. Very recommended.” Stuff (Graeme Tuckett) – 4 Stars
Documentary | 1 hr 23mins | M | Offensive language | Country of Origin: USA.
Born to Dance
Friday 4 December, 6pm, Saturday 5 December, 4.30pm and Sunday 6 December, 2pm.
The hottest dance movie of the year! Tu Kaea (champion hip hop dancer Tia Maipi) has the chance to audition for KCrew, the best hip hop crew in the country, but to get there, he has to go behind the backs of his home crew and his best friend Benjy (Stan Walker).
“Born To Dance will leave you fizzing with unanticipated joy. ” 8.5/1 0. Metro.
Drama, Romance | 1 hr 36mins | PG | Coarse language & drug references | Country of Origin: NZ.