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After the Waterfall—in cinemas any moment


After the Waterfall, Simone Horrocks' responses to my questions, is one of the most popular Wellywoodwoman posts ever.

So all of you who read her story and loved it, here's your chance to see the movie, if you live in New Zealand. After the Waterfall opens in cinemas on November 4th. Our other women-directed features, Gaylene Preston's Home by Christmas, and Rosemary Riddell's The Insatiable Moon (currently number 7 in New Zealand's top 10, and accompanied by Mike Riddell's legendary blog) have done so well this year. I'm hoping that After the Waterfall will too, if we all support it, especially on its opening weekend. (And there are more women's features to come: Roseanne Liang's My Wedding and Other Secrets is in post-production and has a brand new Facebook page. Kirstin Macon's The Most Fun You Can Have Dying is on its way.)

And for all you Outrageous Fortune fans, at some After the Waterfall screenings there are opportunities to see and hear Antony Starr. LIVE!



All updates are on After the Waterfall's Facebook page.

Simone writes:
"Our cinema window is small so if you want to see it on the big screen don't dally ...

We are hosting the following special screenings:

Prescreening Sunday Oct 31st, Paramount Wellington @ 7.30pm, free glass of wine for advance bookings which can only be made by phone: 04 384 4080 otherwise just turn up.

Monday 1st November @ 6.30pm, Rialto Tauranga, ANTONY STARR will be hosting a screening for Outrageous Fortune Fans, book by phone or at the cinema. $10 ticket

Wednesday 3rd November @ 6.30pm, Westgate Henderson, FREE screening for Piha residents (invitation by flyer only).

Thursday 4th November @ 6.30pm, Rialto Newmarket, Auckland Filmtalk event hosted by ANTONY STARR & SIMONE HORROCKS with Q & A.
Thursday 4th November @ 8.30pm, Bridgeway Cinema, Northcote, Auckland, screening hosted by ANTONY STARR & SIMONE HORROCKS with Q & A.

From Nov 4th AFTER THE WATERFALL will be screening at the following cinemas (session times from cinemas directly, updates on our AFTER THE WATERFALL facebook page):

Paramount Wellington
Arthouse Cinema New Plymouth
Bridgeway Cinema Auckland
Central Cinema, Alexandra
Movieworld 3 Oamaru
NBS Theatre St James Westport
Rialto Cinema Tauranga
Rialto Cinemas Auckland
Rialto Cinemas Christchurch
Rialto Cinemas Dunedin"


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