Pre-show entertainment begins at 7pm with live music, before the kick-off of short films at 7.30pm.
We’ll provide the food trucks (including the Diversity Food Market) and the free popcorn. So come hungry!
Entry is free but koha will be gratefully accepted and passed on to CHCH SOUP to support individuals with grassroots projects that will benefit our beautiful Christchurch. Donate on the nite or through Eventbrite (link above).
See you there!
RAIN DATE: Sunday, 3 April 2016
Selected films include:
THE ROAD HOME
15 minutes – Indie – 2016
An eighteen-year-old American travels to New Zealand to reconnect with his Kiwi roots and discovers the father he does not remember.
Director: Mikaela Rüegg
LETTER FOR HOPE
18 minutes – Drama – 2013
A pragmatic and awkward old man discovers wisdom and compassion he didn’t know he had and his extraordinary actions bring peace and new purpose to a devastated young woman and himself.
Director: Raquel Roderick
9 minutes – Documentary – 2015
After an unexpected brain tumour threatened to cut artist Tony Cribb’s (Tim Man) life short, his positive attitude defined his recovery and inspired those around him.
Director: Hamish Manning
TRADING STORIES WITH THE PRINTERS
4 minutes – Vignette – 2015
In the age of digital, a handmade impression is a rarity. Lou and Bud devote their lives to the art and science of traditional printing techniques and technologies.
Director: Simon Waterhouse
THESE WATERS (Special edit)
3 minutes – Vignette – 2015
Exploring one man’s journey to bring wellbeing to young people in Sumner through his passion for surfing and his love of the community.
Director: Jono Smit
Everything Is Going to Be Alright
5 minutes - Vignette - 2016
Children, parents and teachers share how they support good mental health in their families and classes, and the lessons they've taken about managing anxiety through the the last 5 years in Canterbury.
Director: Simon Waterhouse with Kōtuku Creative
With support from Gap Filler.