The SETTLERS FILM CLUB will be taking a break from now until the start of the new season in APRIL 2017 See Future Films page for films we have lined up. Thanks to all those who supported the film nights in 2016. Also a big thanks to the film distributors for supplying films to us this year, some of them very new release films. Look out for another Landsendt Gardens outside movie coming up in MARCH, on an even bigger screen !!! a film suitable for the whole family see below.
We have had to cancel due to the bad weather..sorry but will be looking at another date with sun !!
SPECIAL SCREENING FUND RAISER for the 'SAVE ORATIA' fund
Saturday 11th March 6-30pm
at LANDSENDT GARDENS 108, Parker Road. Oratia.
After a plane crash, Saï, a capuchin monkey born and raised in captivity, finds himself alone and lost in the wilderness of the Amazon jungle. Delightful and beautiful. It is a visually stunning and very sweet look at life in the jungle for one bred-in-captivity little monkey who by fate is suddenly free to be what he was always meant to be. Tragically, man's greed and gross stupidity is destroying vast areas of the Amazon and this is very good at keeping the viewer in the jungle's glory with subtle overtones of humanity and a stark moment or two of reality. Definitely a film for the whole family and reminds us of what a treasure our glorious planet is.
So bring a blanket, cushions, chair, picnic and settle down in the sub-tropical surroundings of these wonderful gardens for this special outside screening (weather permitting) Admission: $12 Adult $8 Child (under 14) Family Ticket $25 Gates open at 6-30pm time for a garden walk, settle down with a picnic and the film starts at 8pm on the big garden screen 5 metres wide !!!
Please note no BYO alcohol, but the licensed bar will be open serving wine and beer and soft drinks.
No advance ticket sales, cash on gate only, but if you want to book a ticket you can call on 818 2489 and make a reservation.
or text on 0210 222 5558
All profits from this event will go to the 'SAVE ORATIA' fund.
With thanks to Rialto Distribution for licensing the screening.