The Filth and the Fury
Thu 27 Feb 2020. 7—8:55PM
The Filth and the Fury is a complete and completely unabashed look at The Sex Pistols, shot in suitably propulsive punk fashion.
Parasite (Black and White Version)
Thu 27 Feb 2020. 4—6:25PM
Winner of Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best International Feature Film at the 2020 Oscars, we are pleased to present limited screenings of the highly anticipated black and white version of PARASITE
HERMITAGE: The Power of Art
Thu 27 Feb 2020. 2—3:40PM
A visually stunning journey through the daily life of the magnificent Hermitage museum, retracing two and a half centuries of legendary art and history.
Wed 26 Feb 2020. 10:30AM—2:10PM
Martin Scorsese's newest gangster epic, fresh from the New York Film Festival. Nominated for 10 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director.
The 39 Steps
Sun 23 Feb 2020. 7—8:40PM
Packed with twists and turns, this essential early Alfred Hitchcock feature hints at the dazzling heights he'd reach later in his career.
Sun 23 Feb 2020. 4—5:55PM
Swimming benefits from strong lead performances and a marketably zeitgeisty theme – phone-footage bullying. - Jonathan Romney, Screendaily
Sat 22 Feb 2020. 4—5:40PM
The Len Lye Centre Cinema is proud to present a selection of films from the French New Wave movement which emerged in the 1950’s and 1960’s and is widely considered one of the most influential movements in the history of cinema.
What does Taranaki Anniversary Day mean today?
Sat 22 Feb 2020. 1—2PM
With Taranaki Anniversary Day coming up (Mon 9 March)
Thu 20 Feb 2020. 7—9PM
Two lighthouse keepers try to maintain their sanity while living on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s.
Come To Daddy
Thu 20 Feb 2020. 2—3:45PM
A dark twisted black comedy/horror from New Zealand director Ant Timpson. A man in his thirties travels to a remote cabin to reconnect with his estranged father.
A Woman Under the Influence
Wed 19 Feb 2020. 10:30AM—1:05PM
This uncompromising portrait of domestic turmoil details the emotional breakdown of a suburban housewife and her family’s struggle to save her from herself.
Mon 17 Feb 2020. 2—3PM
We host a tour per exhibition suite for people with vision impairments.
Sun 16 Feb 2020. 7—8:45PM
The Witch delivers a deeply unsettling exercise in slow-building horror that suggests great things for debuting writer-director Robert Eggers (The Lighthouse)
Stanley and His Daughters
Sun 16 Feb 2020. 4—5:25PM
The family saga of Stanley Spencer, one of Britain's greatest painters, and the effect it had on his two daughters.
Sat 15 Feb 2020. 1—2:45PM
Meeting Gorbachev plays to filmmaker Werner Herzog's endlessly inquisitive strengths -- and reveals the fascinating story of a pivotal political figure.
Toi Mā Ngā Piriraho
Fri 14 Feb 2020. 10:30—11:30AM
Mums, dads and caregivers, join us for a baby-friendly, informal talk about the art and a fun art making workshop.
Pretty in Pink
Thu 13 Feb 2020. 7—9:10PM
A pre-Valentines joy, Molly Ringwald gives an outstanding performance in this sweet, intelligent teen comedy that takes an ancient premise and injects it with insight and wit.
Young Visionaries 2020 Ages 9–12 Term 1
Thu 13 Feb-9 Apr. 3.45-5.15PM
Weekly after school art classes where kids are inspired by great art.
Young Visionaries 2020 Ages 6–8 Term 1
Wed 12 Feb-8 Apr. 3.45-5.15PM
Weekly after school art classes where kids are inspired by great art.
Wed 12 Feb 2020. 10:30AM—1PM
Noah Baumbach's incisive and compassionate look at a marriage breaking up and a family staying together. Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Actor and Actress.
Sun 9 Feb 2020. 4—5:50PM
As successful as it is ambitious, Russian Ark condenses three centuries of Russian history into a single, uninterrupted, 87-minute take.
Sat 8 Feb 2020. 11AM—12PM
Join artist Reuben Paterson in the exhibition Ruth Buchanan: The scene in which I find myself / Or, where does my body belong.
Thu 6 Feb 2020. 7—9:10PM
The Report draws on a dark chapter in American history to offer a sober, gripping account of one public servant's crusade for accountability.
Waiata in the Gallery
Wed 5 Feb 2020. 12:30—1PM
Acknowledge the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi 180 years ago with a mid-week waiata session to celebrate Māori culture the day before Waitangi Day.
Wed 5 Feb 2020. 10:30AM—12:55PM
Greed and class discrimination threaten the newly formed symbiotic relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan. Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director.
Herbs: Songs of Freedom
Sun 2 Feb 2020. 4—5:40PM
Five men from different islands throughout the South Pacific join forces in 1978 and find the words and the music within each other to give New Zealand its voice and Pacific place in the world.
Frida: Viva La Vida
Thu 30 Jan 2020. 2—3:40PM
Highlighting the two sides of Frida Kahlo’s spirit: on one side the revolutionary, pioneering artist of contemporary feminism and on the other, the human being, victim of her tortured body and a tormented relationship.
Te Kupenga - for visually impaired audiences
Mon 27 Jan 2020. 2—3PM
Take a tour of the sculpture symposium and meet the artists.
Sun 26 Jan 2020. 7—8:55PM
Sublime direction from Hitchcock, and terrific central performances from Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant make this a bona-fide classic worthy of a re-visit.
Short Export 2019: Made In Germany
Sun 26 Jan 2020. 4—5:35PM
Short Export 2019 is the 14th edition of the successful short film programme that initially started in 2006 as Soirée Allemande. The joint Franco-German project of AG Kurzfilm – Bundesverband Deutscher Kurzfilm, Festival International du Court Métrage de Clermont-Ferrand, German Films, Goethe-Institut Lyon and KurzFilmAgentur Hamburg presents significant and current short films from Germany.
Anne Frank: Parallel Stories
Sun 26 Jan 2020. 2—3:45PM
Helen Mirren introduces audiences to Anne’s story through the words in her diary.
The Lavender Hill Mob
Sat 25 Jan 2020. 2—3:30PM
To celebrate the storied history of the Govett-Brewsters origins as The People’s Cinema and later the Regent Cinema, the Len Lye Cinema presents an ongoing series of films honouring the history of the cinema and its programme.
The Peanut Butter Falcon
Sat 25 Jan 2020. 11AM—12:50PM
After running away from a residential nursing home to pursue his dream of becoming a pro wrestler, a man who has Down syndrome befriends an outlaw who becomes his coach and ally.
Mystify: Michael Hutchence
Thu 23 Jan 2020. 7—8:55PM
A look at the troubled heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, lead singer and songwriter of INXS. Deftly woven from an archive of rich imagery, Michael's private home movies and those of his lovers, friends, and family.
Audio-described buggy tour of TSB Festival of Lights
Wed 22 Jan 2020. 8—10PM
A tour especially for our visually impaired audiences.
Basquiat: Rage to Riches
Sun 19 Jan 2020. 4—5:40PM
Nearly 30 years after his death, this documentary film of Jean-Michel Basquiat details how the self-taught Brooklyn-born artist rose to be one of the greats on the international art marketplace.
Sat 18 Jan 2020. 4—6PM
An inventive commentary on the pleasures and dangers of wielding a camera, Medium Cool is as prescient a political film as Hollywood has ever produced.
Fri 17 Jan 2020. 11AM—1PM
Do you have a piece of clothing you’d like to change up or recreate into something new?
Sat 11 Jan 2020. 4—5:45PM
In this inspiring vision of the future, That Sugar Film director Damon Gameau travels the world in search of technologies and practices that will reduce our dependence on carbon, pull people out of poverty and help create a better 2040.
Sat 11 Jan 2020. 2—3PM
On Christmas Eeve a young boy builds a snowman that comes to life and takes him to the North Pole to meet Father Christmas. Narrated by David BowieLoad more results