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25th Anniversary Retrospective

A celebration of Flickerfest’s past, and some of our favourite films to mark our 25th birthday.

Screening: Sat 16 Jan, 6.30pm | Runtime: 113 min | Classification: under 15 yrs to be w/adult

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  • Las Palmas

    A middle-aged lady on a holiday in the sun tries to make new friends and have a good time. The role is played by a one-year-old girl the rest of the cast are marionette puppets.

  • Spider

    It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye.

  • Ebony Society

    Vinnie and his friend Jonah spend their nights on the streets of South Auckland tagging and stealing. One night Vinnie has had enough. He tries to break away from his overbearing friend but is drawn back in when Jonah threatens and humiliates him. When they break into a house and find themselves confronted with an unexpected situation it will be a test of their friendship forcing Vinnie to take the lead and show Jonah another way.

  • Kathy

    A woman who believes she has no identity takes on that of her hero, Cathy Freeman. A funny and touching journey of rediscovery.

  • Centrifuge Brain Project

    Since the 1970’s scientists have been conducting experiments with bizarre amusement rides to study their effects on the human brain. Appropriating the aesthetics of a television documentary this short film takes a tongue-in-cheek look at mankind’s confused search for happiness and freedom.

  • Crossbow

    A kid. His mum and dad. The sex and drugs. And the boy next door who watched the whole thing unravel.

  • Monster

    A mother battles with her son’s fear of a monster lurking in the closet, but soon discovers a sinister presence all around her.

  • Tulip

    William has just lost his wife after forty five years of marriage. In the days after her death he tries to adjust to life alone, but first he must solve the dilemma of how to milk her cow Tulip.

  • Joy

    Thursday night. Late night shopping. Joy wants to have fun.

  • Brick Novax’s Diary

    Penniless and now living in a seedy motel with only weeks to live, international super legend Brick Novax records his amazing tales as an astronaut, movie star, corporate CEO, and famous musician to preserve his legacy as the coolest guy in the history of the world.