WIN double movie passes to Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Posted Wednesday 05 Aug 2020


Our second give away is for something a little grittier. From acclaimed director Eliza Hittman (Beach Rats) comes the sensitive, powerful and profoundly moving coming-of-age drama, Never Rarely Sometimes Always.

The synpsis: Autumn is a typical teenage girl in rural Pennsylvania, until she finds herself with an unintended pregnancy. Having decided she isn't ready to become a mother and faced with restrictive laws and lack of support in her home state, she heads to New York City with her best friend and cousin, Skylar. Forced to grow up too fast, their trip becomes a remarkable journey of friendship, bravery and compassion.

Winner of the prestigious Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival Never Rarely Sometimes Always is an intimate story of enormous power that has been moving audiences around the globe. In New Zealand cinemas 20 August, 2020.

We have five double movie passes to give away to Never Rarely Sometimes Always. To be in to win, click here to watch the trailer and answer the question below.

When the young man on the bus asks what she's going to New York, what does Skylar say she and Autumn are doing?

Send your answer in the subject line of an email to by 5pm Friday 7 August, 2020.
Winners only will be contacted, by email.

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Navigate the Seven C's with Ken Duncum

Navigate the Seven C's with Ken Duncum

Posted Wednesday 05 Aug 2020

Ken Duncum

This interactive and practial one-day workshop on writing a feature film looks at strategies for Coming up with a Cinematic Concept, growing Captivating Characters, locating the Core of your story and establishing your personal Connection to it. Over the course of the day Ken Duncum will coach and cajole you through a process of developing your own film idea, giving you tips for finding and building a story that resonates.

The course is aimed at emerging to established filmmakers, however if you are at the beginning stages of writing a film or are interested in writing a feature film this workshop will be very beneficial.

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When: Saturday 22 August 2020, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Where: Dunedin Public Art Gallery - Auditorium. First floor, 30 The Octagon, Dunedin.

Cost: General Admission $23 (incl. GST)

What to bring: pen and paper. Morning and afternoon tea will be provided.