What’s On: Show Me Shorts 2017

Opens Auckland 28 October and tours nationwide.
Aotearoa’s annual celebration of short films salutes excellence in the genre, showcases the best offerings from home and overseas and nurtures the nation’s short-film community. Selected by a curatorial team from more than 2000 submissions received in recent months, the finest short films and music videos screen at 20 cinemas across the country. The programme features 55 films from 20 countries, 21 of which are homegrown. Show Me Shorts has carved a niche as a leading international short film festival and is in its 12th year.



Auckland Region –Auckland Central, Rialto Cinemas Newmarket 29 Oct – 5 Nov

Auckland Region – CBD, The Civic, 28-Oct

Auckland Region – Devonport, The Vic, 1 – 3 Nov

Auckland Region – Matakana, Matakana Cinemas, 18-Nov

Auckland Region – Pukekohe, Cinema 3 Pukekohe, 4-Nov

Auckland Region – Waiheke Island, Waiheke Island Community Cinema, 29-Oct

Auckland Region – Great Barrier Island, Barrier Social Club, 13-Nov

Blenheim, Top Town Cinemas, 19-Nov

Christchurch, Alice Cinematheque, 16 – 22 Nov

Colville, Colville Town Hall, 25-Nov

Dargaville, Anzac Theatre, 5-Nov

Dunedin, Rialto Cinemas, 12-Nov

Gisborne, Dome Cinema, 11 – 12 Nov

Kaitaia, Te Ahu, 4-Nov

Martinborough, Circus Cinema, 11-Nov

New Plymouth, 4th Wall Theatre, 10-Nov

Nelson Suter Gallery, 18 – 19 Nov

Pahiatua, Regent Upstairs, 11-Nov

Stewart Island, Bunkhouse Theatre 3 – 24 Jan 2018

Tauranga, Rialto Cinemas, 19-Nov

Thames, Embassy Cinemas, 28-Nov

Wanaka, Ruby’s Cinema, 19-Nov

Wellington Region – CBD, The Embassy, 9 – 22 Nov

Wellington Region – Paekakariki, Finns Paekakariki, 12-Nov

Whangarei, Whangarei Film Society, 16-Nov


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