Waiheke Spiritual Cinema Circle
A small California town has a new mayor: a Golden Retriever named Max! The townspeople and his eccentric owners believe that Mayor Max brings sunshine and happiness to a town once divided by partisan politics. [21m documentary]
Written, shot, and edited in 48 hours, this romantic short follows a woman who works in an antique shop and hopes to catch the eye of one of her frequent customers. [7m]
Two siblings have a cross-country conversation that includes pictures from their parents’ past and proves to be a powerful walk, for all of us, down memory lane. [9m]
The Samuel Project
When Eli (Ryan Ochoa), an aspiring artist, makes his grandfather Samuel (Hal Linden) the subject of a school animation project, the teen uncovers his grandpa’s historic past that has been kept secret for over 70 years. [93m]
This month's Spiritual Cinema will start at 4:30 on the last Sunday of the month, the 29th of March. Admission, as always, is by koha ($12 suggested) at the door, and all proceeds this month will be going to Friends of the Street, so please be generous with your koha!
about spiritual cinema
The Waiheke Spiritual Cinema Circle is a group of people who get together every month for an offering of films from all over the world that explore the questions of who we are, why we're here and where we're going with a focus on inspiring, enthusing and entertaining you — and fundraising for Island causes at the same time.
Spiritual Cinema evenings are held on the last Sunday of each month at Waiheke Community Cinemas 'Little Cinema', usually starting at 4:30pm, and is sponsored by Waiheke Wellness and the Cinema. The usual format of the screenings is three short films followed by the feature film.
The contact for this group is Dee Austring email@example.com