The best films from around the world are being showcased as part of the travelling World Cinema Showcase in New Zealand.
The best films created by independent studios around the world are to be screened as part of the World Cinema Showcase in New Zealand.
A collection of some of the world’s most exciting emerging cinema, the festival travels around the country, and takes place in Wellington until April 22nd.
It will then overlap with the Dunedin event, which begins from April 19th before heading on to Christchurch on April 26th.
The films shown stay the same between the cities, although additional screenings will be added if demand is high enough in some areas.
Some of this year’s picks include Woody Allen – A Documentary, Ralph Fiennes directorial debut Coriolanus and comedy Our Idiot Brother, starring Paul Rudd.
Individual tickets are available to see each of the films and those who are real cinema buffs can choose to buy a five-day pass, which offers unlimited viewing, as well as being transferable between a group of friends.
Written by Alex Cochrane
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