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Grass roots’ cinema


April 1, 2009/10.00

Telecom Movies in Parks

It’s that time again: Telecom Movies in Parks is set to bring some classic and more recent New Zealand films to some of Auckland’s parks and reserves. Although many don’t like to admit the last days of summer are definitely out the window, what better way to make the most of autumn than snuggling up with a blanket and some nibbles in the open air of some of Auckland’s most glorious landscapes? Viewers will be spoiled by live Kiwi music to open the films which are then projected after sunset onto a large, inflatable screen. And to top it off—it’s free!
   Tonight kicks off with dramatic comedy Second Hand Wedding at Glover Park in St Heliers, and on Wednesday, April 8, is Peter Jackson’s King Kong.
   Viewers are also encouraged to respect the environment by adopting a “pack in–pack out” attitude by taking their rubbish home with them. For more information, visit

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