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Cellular Memory: Elizabeth Thomson

Hastings City Art Gallery 201 Eastbourne Street East, Hastings

'We are each made up of one hundred million million cells, none of which have any idea who we are.’ - Marcus Chown For over 30 years, Wellington-based sculptor/installation artist […]

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Toi Waihanga

Toi Waihanga1. (noun) construction art, assemblage. In honour of Matariki, Muse presents the work of Raewyn Tauira Paterson (Ngai Tūhoe) and Tim Whaitiri-Henderson (Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Kahungunu). Together, they embark on […]

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French Film Festival Aotearoa 2022: Farewell, Mr. Haffmann

Event Cinemas Havelock North 11 Joll Road, Havelock North, Hastings

The legendary Daniel Auteuil gives one of his most superlative screen performances in the gripping new historical drama from writer/director Fred Cavayé, based on Jean-Philippe Daguerre’s celebrated, multi Molière Award-winning […]

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French Film Festival Aotearoa 2022: The Villa

With an all-star ensemble cast, The Villa joins the ranks of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Calendar Girls and The Intouchables, with it’s touching and oft-hilarious depiction of friendships formed against all odds. An unlikely story […]

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French Film Festival Aotearoa 2022: The Kitchen Brigade

Event Cinemas Havelock North 11 Joll Road, Havelock North, Hastings

Cathy is a stubborn 40-year-old sous-chef. This year, she is finally about to fulfill her lifelong dream by opening her own gastronomic restaurant. But nothing goes as planned. Facing serious […]

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French Film Festival Aotearoa 2022: Madeleine Collins

Event Cinemas Havelock North 11 Joll Road, Havelock North, Hastings

In this psychological thriller in the Hitchcockian tradition, Virginie Efira (Bye Bye Morons) deftly embodies the troubled personality of Madeleine Collins, a woman living a double life, whose identity cracks […]

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French Film Festival Aotearoa 2022: The Young Lovers

MTG Century Theatre 65 Marine Parade, Napier South, Napier

The fabulous Fanny Ardant, Melvil Poupaud and Cécile de France beguile in The Young Lovers, Carine Tardieu's eagerly anticipated follow up to Just To Be Sure, a modern and emotionally-nuanced romantic dramedy of […]