It's not just a screening - it's an all out party!

Posted Tuesday 01 Sep 2015

An Exclusive Preview Screening of The Dressmaker!

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Yes! Wellington does have premieres other than LOTR - and WIFT members get a special discount to see The Dressmaker - direct from its world premiere gala screening at the Toronto International Film Festival - and in the presence of special guests - writer/director, Jocelyn Moorhouse and producer, Sue Maslin.

This special evening is brough to you by WIFT NZ, supported by the Roxy Cinema, Paramount Pictures NZ and The Data Book. Proceeds from the screening will fund the Robin Laing Scholarship which supports young women entering the film industry.

WIFT members: $38 incl. GST Non-members: $50 incl. GST

Dress up for The Dressmaker and join us for a great night out! Take your clue from the film trailer here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPCyjqGH914

Arrive at 6.30pm for a glass of prosecco. The screening will be introduced by Jocelyn and Sue and followed by a Q&A and party with canap�s and more wine!

Buy your tickets at   http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2015/the-dressmaker-exclusive-preview-screening/wellington

Starring Kate Winslet, Judy Davis, Liam Hemsworth and Hugo Weaving.

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Set in the 1950s, The Dressmaker is a bittersweet comedy about a glamorous young woman who returns, after many years in Europe, to her small home town in rural Australia in order to right some wrongs from the past. When Tilly (Kate Winslet) comes home, she not only reconciles with her ailing mother Molly (Judy Davis) but, with her sewing machine, and haute couture style, she transforms the women of the town in such a way that she gets sweet revenge on those who did her wrong. She also falls unexpectedly in love, which leads to her greatest loss and her most destructive deed.

 

 

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WIFT member Jill McNab from Vendetta Films sent us through this link to yet another article on inequality in the film industry....and good to see it is in the mainstream press... more bedtime reading to get you fired up!

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/06/movies/report-finds-wide-diversity-gap-among-2014s-top-grossing-films.html?_r=4