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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011
Your Boutique Cinema and Café Experience
Movie and a meal for only $30!!
Applies to any movie after 5pm.
Some conditions apply
Film classification symbols
Approved for general exhibition
Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers
Suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over
RP(age) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless
accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP15
R(age) Restricted to persons over specified age e.g. R13, R16, R18
Cinemas may request proof of age ID for restricted films
81 Manchester St, Feilding • t: 323 0218
*free morning tea with ticket purchase*
Mon 5 Dec 10.30am When a City Falls,
10.45am Rest for the Wicked
Tues 6 Dec 10.30am Beginners
10.45a m Rest for the Wicked
(PG) 103 mins Documentary
PINA is a feature-length dance film with the ensemble of the
Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, featuring the unique and
inspiring art of the great German choreographer Pina Bausch,
who died in the summer of 2009.
Sat 3 Dec 4.30pm, Sun 4 Dec 12.30pm, Tues 6 Dec 2.30pm,
Wed 7 Dec 6.30pm.
(PG) Contains coarse
language 99 mins Documentary
The competitive Irish folk dancing scene and the children
who compete within. Jig is possessed of a fierce energy -- and
an agreeable warmth. Even the parents are likeable! Put the
ferocity down to the sport in question: competitive Irish
dancing in the rigorous, straight-backed, legs-of-lightning,
feet-of-thunder style made famous by Michael Flatley.
4.30pm, Wed 7 Dec 4.30pm.
(R16) 107 mins Action/Thriller
This ripped-from-the-headlines thriller is inspired by actual
events. Kathryn Bolkovac is a Nebraskan police officer
who takes a UN peacekeeping job in post-war Bosnia. Her
expectations of helping rebuild a devastated country are
dashed when she uncovers a dangerous reality of corruption,
cover-up and diplomatic immunity amidst an expansive human
trafficking industry. As Kathryn works to divulge the scandal,
the UN does its utmost to keep her quiet.
Thurs 1 Dec 2.30pm & 8.30pm, Fri 2 Dec 2.30pm &
8.30pm, Sat 3 Dec 4pm & 8.30pm, Mon 5 Dec 12.30pm,
Wed 7 Dec 2.30pm & 8.30pm.
(R18) 100 mins (Contains graphic violence &
offensive language) Crime/Thriller
A movie stuntman who also works as a getaway driver for the
mafia. When a planned heist goes wrong his employer, LA's most
dangerous criminal, blames him and puts out a contract on his life.
Thurs 1 Dec 8pm, Fri 2 Dec 8pm, Sat 3 Dec 6pm,
Sun 4 Dec 4.30pm, Mon 5 Dec 4pm.
REST FOR THE WICKED
(M) Contains violence and sexual ref. 71 mins Comedy
Just your standard detective story right? Well no, because both men are in
their seventies. A darkly comic detective story with a bittersweet twist.
Thurs 1 Dec 2pm, Fri 2 Dec 12.30pm, Sun 4 Dec 6pm,
Mon 5 Dec 10.45am, Tues 6 Dec 10.45am, Wed 7 Dec 2pm.
WHEN A CITY FALLS
(M) 105 mins Documentary
One man's journey through disaster, recovery and discovery
during the 2010/11 earthquakes in Chch.
Fri 2 Dec 12pm & 4.30pm Sat 3 Dec 2pm & 6.30pm, Sun 4
Dec 6.30pm, Mon 5 Dec 10.30am, Wed 7 Dec 12pm & 6pm.
(M) contains offensive language 110 mins Drama
A Samoan story about village life and conflict.
Thurs 1 Dec 12.30pm & 4.30pm, Fri 2 Dec 4pm & 6.30pm,
Sun 4 Dec 2.30pm, Mon 5 Dec 2pm, Tues 6 Dec 12.30pm.
(M) 105mins Comedy/Drama/Romance
A young man is rocked by two announcements from his
elderly father: that he has terminal cancer, and that he has a
young male lover.
Thurs 1 Dec 4pm, Fri 2 Dec 2pm, Sun 4 Dec 4pm, Mon
5 Dec 2.30pm, Tues 6 Dec 10.30am, Wed 7 Dec 12.30pm.
Rangitikei Club Inc.
Bowen St, Feilding ̶ Phone 323 5014
Friday and Saturday nights
Raffles and Membership Draws.
Ham Raffles -- selling quick --
be in to win.
Friday 2nd December
Friday 9th December
Friday 16th December
Friday 23rd December
NEW YEARS EVE
"Now & Then"
Sunday's -- Family afternoons
from 4.30 -- 6.30pm.
Members, members guests &
affiliated members most welcome.
Mixed themes in premiere
Beautiful drifter: Marton school teacher and Feilding resident Kasia
Kalat-Jeric stars in the role of Mac in the New Zealand premiere of
Three Viewings at Foxton Little Theatre over December -- stealing
jewellery from corpses.
Photo: SASA JERIC
By SANDRA CROSBIE
Feilding husband and wife,
Sasa Jeric and Kasia Kalat-
Jeric are instrumental in the
latest production at Foxton
The company is producing
the New Zealand premiere of
Three Viewings by award-
winning playwright Jeffery
Hatcher. Three Viewings is
directed by and includes Feild-
ing residents Sasa Jeric and
Kasia Kalat-Jeric, who teach at
Feilding High School, Feilding,
and James Cook Primary
School, in Marton, respectively.
In Three Viewings, Hatcher
explores love, money and loss
in a trio of mordantly witty
An infatuated man goes to
extraordinary lengths in order
to win a woman's heart; a
jewellery thief with a hidden
secret reclaims a family heir-
loom; and a widow confronts
the repercussions of her late
husband's wheeling and deal-
Hatcher weaves these three
poignant tales into an evening
of remarkable storytelling that
will entice and captivate you.
Kasia Kalat-Jeric plays Mac,
a beautiful Los Angeles drifter,
who makes her living stealing
jewellery from corpses.
When her wealthy grand-
mother dies, leaving her
nothing, Mac returns to her
hometown and attempts to pry
loose her inheritance, a dia-
mond ring her grandmother
once promised her.
Her attempts lead Mac to
realise there are more obstacles
to getting the ring off
grandma's finger than she
imagined, and more revelations
about her own past than she
had bargained for.
Kasia returned to the Mana-
watu this year after completing
her Masters of Education in
Canada. Her previous roles at
the Foxton Little Theatre
include the lead in Educating
Rita and Murder in Play and
supporting roles in The
Larnach: Castle of Lies.
The play runs on December
2,3,8,9 and 10 at 8pm and
December 4 at 2pm at Foxton
Little Theatre, Main St, Foxton.
Tickets from Foxy Flowers and
Gifts, 06 363 8657.
Kiwis wrote carols, too
Home made: Kiwi-composed
carols will feature at a carol
singing event next Wednesday.
Most familiar Christmas carols
are set in the snow and wintry
conditions of the northern hemi-
sphere December. This makes
the Christmas story seem far
removed from our summer
New Zealand has produced
many talented poets and
songwriters, and some have
composed beautiful Christmas
carols set in this country. Fifty-
two of the best were collected
and released in a song book and
CD last year as Carol Our
The name was taken from the
Colin Gibson song Carol our
Christmas, an upside down
On Wednesday, December 7 a
New Zealand Christmas Carol
event will be held at Wesley
Broadway Arts and Theology
Centre in Broadway, Palmer-
As well as community singing
of Kiwi carols, there will be
readings from grandchildren to
grandparents retelling the
Christmas story in contempor-
ary language and Tongan
Christmas hymns presented by
the Methodist Tongan choir.
Entry to the 7.30pm concert
will be by koha or donation.
This is a family affair that
everyone can enjoy, with a real
Kiwi Christmas theme,'' spokes-
man John Thornley said.
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