Fes­ti­val screen­ings:


Juras­sic World and Maze Run­ner: The Scorch Tri­als screen at 5.30pm; Min­ions, 5.40pm; In­side Out, 5.45pm; Ant-Man, 5.50pm and Fan­tas­tic Four, 6pm.

52,000 cans, up from 41,882 the pre­vi­ous year, mak­ing a huge dif­fer­ence to familes with stretched Christ­mas food bud­gets.

‘‘House­hold bud­gets are stretched by ris­ing liv­ing costs es­pe­cially for rent and power, and with Christ­mas around the cor­ner we would love Ki­wis to show their sup­port for those who need it most,’’ the Sal­lies Ma­jor Pamela Waugh says.

Up to seven cine­mas could be avail­able for the six movies, with a pos­si­bil­ity that the most pop­u­lar film will be on two screens at once.

The Wattie’s Cans Film Fes­ti­val also pre­pares lo­cals to think about the an­nual city­wide Food­bank Food Drive which is com­ing up on Satur­day, Novem­ber 28.


Ac­tors Nick Robin­son and Ty Simp­kins ride a gy­ro­sphere through a herd of di­nosaurs in Juras­sic World, one of six movies tak­ing part in the Wattie’s Can’s film Fes­ti­val for the sal­va­tion Army food bank..

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