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We are now in the Covid-19 Level 4 situation, which means the
whole country is in lockdown - except for emergency services and essential suppliers. Consequently all cinemas are closed unitl Level 4 is scaled back.
So keep well, be nice to each other, and don't forget You Gotta
Wash Your Hands!.
The Wellington Film Society's screenings are also in suspension which will remain in place until the Ministry of
Health advises that it is safe to resume.
Anyone can still join the Film Society at any time on line.
Film Festivals to note:
NZ International Film Festival 2020. Embassy, etc. 31 July -16 August 2020. Mark your diaries now.
This site relies on the various cinemas having their own websites up to date to access their screening times.
The paragraphs describing the films starting this week are in most cases adapted from the linked reviews.
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CINEMA CLOSED -
With Level 4 of the Covid-19 response in place, you must stay at home, unless you are an essential services worker or need to get essential services.
You will still be able to go out to buy food from the supermarket, get health care, walk your dog, and go for a drive.
Postal, courier services, and taxis/ride share services like Ola are operational.
Outside the home, you must be two metres away from anyone (except those from your household). If you feel unwell, stay at home.
All cinemas closed. Upcoming Films below are academic only at htis time.
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