© Wellington Film Society Inc 2022

Thanks

Thanks are due to the following

In cooperation with the Goethe-Institut we have German films: Tranzit, Toni Erdmann, No Hard Feelings, Under Snow and our silent film Faust. French films screened in cooperation with the Institut Francais and the Embassy of France: the restored classic we missed last year: Elevator to the Gallows, plus two Robert Bresson’s Pickpicket and L’Argent, and 13 short films by Alice Guy. Also two French/South African films You Will Die at 20 and Rafiki. In co-operation with the Confucius Institute, Victoria University of Wellington: Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains. We would also like to thank the Wellington City Council's Art and Culture Fund for funding the musicians for our “live cinema” presentation of Faust., and to Unity Books for supporting our screening of Nashville. Thanks also to Event Cinemas Embassy Theatre for making their facilities available.

Accessibility Programme

The Wellington Film Society wants everybody to be able to enjoy our programme of great movies on the big Embassy Theatre screen. So the front row as you come in, Row F, is reserved for people with mobility issues. There are 'reserved' notices on the seats. Self-recognition is the order of the day: if you have mobility issues or have a temporary injury and find the steps too taxing, sit in one of these seats and enjoy the film. If you have a companion, they can sit in the seat next to you. There is a lift from the entrance foyer, so the whole experience can be totally step free! We would like to thank the Wellington City Council's Art and Culture Fund for supporting our accessibility programme.

Sponsorship

If you would like to see your name or business associated with one of our screenings, contact us. We would love to hear from you.

Thanks to:

© Wellington Film Society Inc 2022

Thanks

Thanks are due to the following

In cooperation with the Goethe-Institut we have German films: Tranzit, Toni Erdmann, No Hard Feelings, Under Snow and our silent film Faust. French films screened in cooperation with the Institut Francais and the Embassy of France: the restored classic we missed last year: Elevator to the Gallows, plus two Robert Bresson’s Pickpicket and L’Argent, and 13 short films by Alice Guy. Also two French/South African films You Will Die at 20 and Rafiki. In co-operation with the Confucius Institute, Victoria University of Wellington: Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains. We would also like to thank the Wellington City Council's Art and Culture Fund for funding the musicians for our “live cinema” presentation of Faust., and to Unity Books for supporting our screening of Nashville. Thanks also to Event Cinemas Embassy Theatre for making their facilities available.

Accessibility Programme

The Wellington Film Society wants everybody to be able to enjoy our programme of great movies on the big Embassy Theatre screen. So the front row as you come in, Row F, is reserved for people with mobility issues. There are 'reserved' notices on the seats. Self-recognition is the order of the day: if you have mobility issues or have a temporary injury and find the steps too taxing, sit in one of these seats and enjoy the film. If you have a companion, they can sit in the seat next to you. There is a lift from the entrance foyer, so the whole experience can be totally step free! We would like to thank the Wellington City Council's Art and Culture Fund for supporting our accessibility programme.

Sponsorship

If you would like to see your name or business associated with one of our screenings, contact us. We would love to hear from you.

Thanks to: