Sébastien Marnier | 2018 | 104 mins | France | Rating TBC
Screened in cooperation with Institut Français and the Embassy of France
A substitute teacher discovers that six of his students exert a strange influence over the rest of the school and they may have had a hand in the suicide of their previous teacher.
Monday 27 September, 7.30pm
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū
New members welcome
Doors open at 7pm
Masks must be worn. Scan in at the door. Social distancing 2m in foyer; 1m in theatre with seating within 'bubbles'. MeetUp at Fiddlesticks 6.30pm. Looking forward to seeing you all again. Ngā mihi nui.
Taking you further into film
The Canterbury Film Society provides a carefully curated programme of films to captivate, inform and inspire film enthusiasts as well as those on the hunt for alternatives to mainstream cinema. We screen films on Mondays nights through the year from February through October at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.
Full membership provides access to all our regular screenings. With 42 films being offered in 2021 season, we bring our members extraordinary films for less than $4 per screening.
We offer new members a Flexi-Pass trial, i.e. any three films for $30. (These may be shared and have no expiry date.) Check out our Open Events with free entry (koha/donations appreciated).
Come and join us on Monday nights – doors open 7.00pm for the purchase of drinks and food and socialising. Screenings start at 7.30pm with a short presentation by a guest speaker.
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Come and try out the Canterbury Film Society with our Flexi Pass for just $30. Any three films of your choice and no expiry date!
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