Tickets to The Dressmaker Selling Fast

Posted Tuesday 15 Sep 2015

We are thrilled that Jocelyn Moorhouse, one of the worlds leading female writers/directors is coming to Wellington for the New Zealand premiere of "The Dressmaker" on September 23.

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

Moorhouse directed and wrote the screenplay for The Dresssmaker.and produced "Muriel's Wedding". She has gone on to direct and write "How to Make an American Quilt" and "Proof" among her many credits. She is an inspirational speaker and with Sue Maslin, The Dressmaker's producer will hold a Q and A with the premiere audience.

Moorhouse will be coming to Wellington direct from the world premiere gala of The Dressmaker at this year's opening of the Toronto Film Festival.

Everyone is invited (and that includes men!) - although WIFT members of course get a special discount to this preview and party.

Join us for a memorable night out on 23 September. If you haven't already, watch this great trailer: 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, wine and the chance to meet and talk to Jocelyn and Sue.

The film stars Kate Winslet as femme fatale in the titular role of the dressmaker named Myrtle "Tilly" Dunnage, who returns to a small Australian town to take care of her ailing, mentally unstable mother. The film explores the themes of revenge, love and creativity and is described by Moorhouse as "Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven with a sewing machine."

 

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Films for Peace Premiere Screening

Posted Tuesday 15 Sep 2015

WIFT member Kathleen Gallagher has two films in a special screening to mark The International day of Peace on Monday 21 September in Auckland. They are adapted from her Peace Plays,

Hautu is about COs and their families of WWII.

Charlie Bloom is about a man who suffers radiation poisoning in Samoa from nuclear fallout.

The films will screen at the Rose Centre Belmont, North Shore, 7.00pm and entry is free.

All are welcome - especially WIFT members! DVDs will be for sale and Kathleen will attend.