Followed by a late night Residents session.
Showing this month
German romantic-drama based on the love triangle between two aristocratic sisters and the soon-to-be famous poet Friedrich Schiller. Set in 18th century Germany, the two sisters, one of them being unhappily married, find they are both in love with the poet. The once close bond between the sisters is slowly weakened as the relationship between the poet and his mistresses grows.
The lives of three people collide in this Kiwi drama that is "not a love story but a story about love".
Kirsty's comfortable life is upended when she finds out how her husband, Gary, has been keeping their business afloat.
Francis, an unassuming man, is desperately trying to convince his wife Miranda to give their marriage another chance. Things have started to go wrong since she started her new TV show 'Budget Blow Out'.
Lex, a young real estate agent - his heart set on the award for best salesman of the year - has just one last sale to clinch before he can beat four times winner Terry Fuller.
A single event collides their stories together. On an isolated beach the unexpected happens and in one profound moment they each realise how fragile and precious life can be.
Rock The Casbah
Bittersweet, Moroccan drama chronicling a middle class family who reunite to mourn the death of their father (screen legend Omar Sharif), set over the three day period called for by Muslim tradition. As the family gather, sparks fly and dramatic secrets are unearthed.
"Set in an opulent villa in Tangiers, the film unfolds over the three days of the rites of mourning dictated by Muslim custom, following the death of a prominent magnate and family patriarch, Moulay Hassan (Sharif). The solemnity of the occasion is disrupted by the unexpected return of Sofia (Morjana Alaoui), the rebellious youngest daughter who left Morocco, against her father's wishes, seeking an acting career in the US. Her sisters, Kenza (Lubna Azabal) and Miriam (Nadine Labaki), rattled by her unsettling antics, come to reconsider their life choices in moments of emotional reckoning. And as their father's remains are prepared for burial, the three siblings find themselves unearthing some dramatic family secrets." (Toronto International Film Festival)
Reaching For The Moon
Two iconic women, one passion.
Love story, set in 1950s Rio, telling the true story of American poet Elizabeth Bishop (Mirando Otto) and her love affair with the Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares (Glória Pires).
In need of some respite from her Manhattan life and writer's block, Elizabeth heads to Brazil where she meets Mary, an old friend who is staying at Lota’s sprawling estate. Elizabeth is uneasy after learning the two women are lovers, and her sensitivity sees her subjected to Lota’s taunts. Their opposing temperaments and political ideologies, together with Lota’s ongoing connection with Mary, fuel tension, but the pair’s instant attraction eventually blossoms into a full-blown love affair.
Decoding Annie Parker
Dramedy of love and loss telling the cancer-ridden story of a woman (Samantha Morton, Control) diagnosed with cancer, and a geneticist (Helen Hunt, The Sessions) who is close to getting a cure. Co-stars Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul.
A little pinch of happiness can change your life.
Irrfan Khan (Life of Pi) leads this romance, where a mistaken delivery in Mumbai connects a young housewife to an older man. As they exchange notes to find the correct address, a relationship is triggered, built on the fantasy of their letters.
Mumbai’s famously efficient lunchbox delivery system transports thousands of meals every day from kitchens to offices. A Harvard University study found that just one in a million lunchboxes is ever delivered to the wrong address. This is the story of that one lunchbox. Ila, a neglected housewife, attempts to spice up her marriage by preparing a special lunch for her husband. When it is accidentally delivered to Saajan, a lonely widower on the brink of retirement, they exchange notes to each other to get to the bottom of the mistaken delivery. Their notes gradually evolve into a series of intimate little confessions.
20,000 Days On Earth
Innovative mix of fiction and documentary essay with Nick Cave as both subject and co-conspirator, portraying the Australian musician's artistic process and combining it with a narrative of his 20,000th day on Earth. The feature debut from British visual artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, who took home the World Cinema (Documentary) award for directing at Sundance 2014.
"Nick Cave has long been one of the most fascinating and enigmatic figures in the music and film world. 20,000 Days on Earth enhances his mystique... The film weaves two parallel narrative threads. The first is a cinematic portrait of Cave's 20,000th day, created through a series of staged, but not scripted, scenes and encounters. The second looks in depth at his creativity - from writing through recording and rehearsal to performance... Ultimately, 20,000 Days reaches beyond Cave to ask all of us how many days we've been alive and what use we've made of that time." (Sundance Film Festival)
Starts Sept 4
Monty Bevins 'Come Back Here' EP Release Tour with Nikita
The Dome Presents...
A special Gisborne show in the beautiful Dome Cinema, come and get comfy on the bean bags and listen to the amazing songs of Monty and Nikita. Regular Friday night band the Residents will carry the evening on in the bar after the completion of the show.
Monty Bevins is set to release his Come Back Here EP with a comprehensive 20 date nationwide tour this October and November. To keep it interesting he'll be united with a different artist in each island, for the north: amazing Wellington singer/songwriter Nikita, and the south: Amiria Grenell (Fly My Pretties IV, Tui 'Best Folk Album' 2012).
PULP FRIDAY in the Dome Bar
Come on in to the best little bar in Gizzy.
Every Friday night from 8 'till late from August 22nd.
Be bathed in the seductive light, while listening to a selection of live music on the intimate stage in the bar.
Where else would you want to be!
Luckless and Pales November Tour
Playing live on their November Tour, 8pm, $10 on the door!
Following up a critically acclaimed sophomore album ‘Vindication Blues’, Luckless, the project of song writer Ivy Rossiter, will be touring solo throughout the country this November, arm-in-arm with Wellington folk trio Pales.
After the celebrated ‘Vindication Blues’ tour tooka four-piece Luckless band through the country’s
largest centers in July of 2014, this November tour offers audiences the chance to experience the more introspective, reflective solo side of Luckless. Wrangling a 1964 Silvertone electric
guitar and a loop station, Rossiter conjures the ethereal and elusive, and has been lauded by critics throughout the country as a unique, rich and powerful independent voice
Pales brings together Scott Maynard, Mike Isaacs and Rose Blake, a trio of musicians from Wellington’soft-collaborative folk scene, replete with credits frommany other musical endeavours under their collective belts. Armed with banjos, guitars and three angelic voices, Pales will be performing brand new material throughout the tour in anticipation of their imminent follow-up to their 2013 debut ‘It’s Cold Outside’. Their combination of sophisticated and challenging songwriting with three-part vocal harmony promises to melt even the stoniest of souls. Between these acoustic reveries of Pales, and the dynamic vocals and sculpted loops of Luckless, these shows offer
audiences the country over the chance to experience the enchanting and challenging music being created outside of the mainstream today.
The Dome Cinema is located in the Poverty Bay Club building on the corner of Childers Rd & Customhouse St in Gisborne
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