Win a double pass to watch any films of the month at Whangarei Film Society

107 3 The Sound of Whangarei is proud to support the Whangarei Film Society.

Text the keyword ‘film’, your name and details to 339 and you’re in the draw to win a double pass to any of this month’s screenings happening every Thursday at 6pm and 8pm at Forum North, 7 Rust Ave Whangarei.


Screenings of June:

Thursday 7th June at 6pm

Ali’s Wedding (2017, Romantic Comedy, Australia, rated M, 110 mins)
Directed by Jeffrey Walker. Cast: Osamah Sami , Don Hany, Helana Sawires

Ali wants to be the great doctor his community expects him to be but he doesn't get the marks.

More than that, Ali wants to make his father proud. So he lies about his academic achievements and things spiral out of control, with amusing and poignant consequences.

Thursday 7th June at 8pm

The Party (2018, Comedy/Drama, UK, rated M, 73 mins)
Director: Sally Potter. Cast: Kristin Scott Thomas, Timothy Spall, Patricia Clarkson, Bruno Ganz

Janet hosts a gathering of friends at her London home to celebrate her political ascension but an announcement by her husband provokes a series of revelations and the soiree unravels.

Thursday 14th June at 6pm
The Party (2018, Comedy/Drama, UK, rated M, 73 mins)
See above

Thursday 14th June at 8pm

Wind River (2018, Drama/Mystery, USA, rated M, 111 mins)
Director: Taylor Sheridan. Cast: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen.

Cory Lambert works for the US Fish and Wildlife Service to cull dangerous animals. While on a job on the Wind River Indian reservation, he finds the body of a young woman. Rookie FBI agent, Jane Banner investigates but soon looks to Lambert to help her hunt down a predator.

Thursday 21st June at 6pm

Wind River (2018, Drama/Mystery, USA, rated M, 111 mins)
See above

Thursday 21st June at 8pm
Neruda (2016, Spanish - English subtitles, Crime/Drama, rated M, 107 mins)
Director: Pablo Larrain. Cast: Gael Garcia Bernal. Luis Gnecco

Mixing history and fiction, Neruda depicts the dramatic events of the brutal suppression of Communists in Chile in 1948 and how former ambassador and poet, Pablo Neruda makes himself a target of the new regime by speaking out against them.

Please note: No screenings on Thursday 28th June