Feilding Herald : July 19th 2012
40 THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2012 4643118AA LATE BLOOMERS (PG) Coarse language and sexual references 95 mins Drama The struggles of Mary and her husband adjusting to retirement. Thurs 19 July 4.30pm, Fri 20 July 6pm, Sat 21 July 12pm & 8.30pm, Sun 22 July 2.45pm & 6.30pm, Mon 23 July 10.45am & 5.30pm, Tues 24 July 10.45am & 5.50pm, Wed 25 July 4.30pm & 8.30pm. THE DOOR (M) Content may disturb 98 mins Drama This is a story of a special relationship between two women, a writer and her maid. Starring Helen Mirren Thurs 19 July 2pm & 6.30pm, Fri 20 July 4pm & 6.30pm, Sat 21 July 12.30pm, 4.30pm & 6.30pm, Sun 22 July 2pm & 6pm, Mon 23 July 10.30am, 12.30pm & 2.30pm, Tues 24 July 4pm, Wed 25 July 4pm & 8.15pm. A KID WITH A BIKE (M) offensive language 87mins Drama (subtitled) A gripping emotional drama. A story of a wild 11-year-old boy rebounding between the judicious care of a kind, single woman (Cecile de France) and the blandishments of a streetwise older boy. Thurs 19 July 12pm, Fri 20 July 2pm, Sat 21 July 4pm, Sun 22 July 4pm, Wed 25 July 6.30pm. A ROYAL AFFAIR (M) Violence and Sex Scenes 137 mins Drama/History/Romance (subtitled) A young queen, who is married to an insane king, falls secretly in love with her physician - and together they start a revolution that changes a nation forever. Thurs 19 July 12.30pm & 6pm, Fri 20 July 12.30pm, Sat 21 July 6pm, Sun 22 July 12.30pm, Tues 24 July 12.30pm, Wed 25 July 12.30pm & 5.50pm. LETTERS TO FATHER JACOB (M) off. language, sexual ref. and drug ref. 74 mins Drama (subtitled) Leila recently pardoned after serving 12 years in prison is offered a job as the P. A. to the blind pastor Father Jacob, whos lifes mission is to answer the letters of those who write asking for his help. Thurs 19 July 4pm, Fri 20 July 2.45pm, Sat 21 July 2pm, Mon 23 July 4.30pm, Tues 24 July 4.30pm, Wed 25 July 3pm. TORTOISE IN LOVE (PG) Sexual ref 81mins Romantic Comedy Tom, gardener, can talk to plants but not to women. When beautiful Polish Anya arrives for the summer, Tom falls for her . Thurs 19 July 3pm & 8.15pm, Fri 20 July 4.30pm & 8.30pm, Sat 21 July 2.30pm, Sun 22 July 4.30pm, Mon 23 July 2pm & 5.45pm, Tues 24 July 10.30am, 3pm & 6pm, Wed 25 July 12pm. THE WELL DIGGERS DAUGHTER (PG) 107 mins Drama/Romance A father, in pre WWI France, is torn between his sense of honor and his deep love for his saintly daughter when she gets in trouble with the wealthy son of a shopkeeper. Fri 20 July 12pm, Sat 21 July 8.15pm, Sun 22 July 12pm, Mon 23 July 3.30pm, Tues 25 July 2pm, Wed 25 July 2pm. Your Boutique Cinema and Café Experience MovieMealDeal Movie and a meal for only $30!! Applies to any movie after 5pm. Bookings Recommended. Some conditions apply Film classi cation symbols Unrestricted lms: G Approved for general exhibition PG Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over Restricted lms RP(age) Restricted to persons over the speci ed age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP15 R(age) Restricted to persons over speci ed age e.g. R13, R16, R18 Cinemas may request proof of age ID for restricted lms www.focalpointcinema.co.nz 81 Manchester St, Feilding • t: 323 0218 *SENIORS MORNINGS* free morning tea with ticket purchase* Mon 23 July 10.30am The Door, 10.45am Late Bloomers, Tues 24 July 10.30am Tortoise in Love, 10.45am Late Bloomers 4707700AF 4735928AA Expo keeps Melissa busy Talented: Jack Register is one of the local accomplished artists who will be selling works at the Feilding and District Art Society's Art Expo in Palmerston North this weekend. Photo: FAIRFAX By BOBBIE NICHOLLS For the fifth year running, Feilding artist Melissa Hay- wood is in control of a huge art expo at the Convention Centre in Palmerston North. More than 1300 artworks are being unpacked and hung ready for the three-day expo, which has drawn artists from as far as Auckland and Dunedin, to sell their works. I have works from 82 artists in the main body of the exhi- bition, and another 45 artists who each have a bay displaying a range of their work, Hay- wood said. Five years ago Haywood came up with the idea of the Feilding- based group holding an exhi- bition in Palmerston North, with all the works for sale. It was so successful for the artists it has grown each year. We have works from profes- sional artists like Jack Register and we also have people who have just started painting sub- mitting works which are under $100. There is something at all price ranges from $45 up, she said. We estimate about 20 per cent of the art is sold over the three days. Hanging all the artworks takes two days by volunteers. I d like to stand down from the actual organisation and just be a worker, Haywood said. Then I would have time to paint and submit my own works for sale.
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