Waiheke Spiritual Cinema Circle

This month's Spiritual Cinema will start at 4:30pm on the last Sunday of the month, the 26th January.  Admission, as always, is by koha ($12 suggested) at the door, and all proceeds this month will be going to The Rock Youth Centre.

Films for this month
3 short films and 1 feature film:

CODA: A young dancer struggles with her bi- cultural identity when she meets a confident young deaf drummer who stirs up old conflicted feelings about growing up hearing in a deaf family. [22m, in American Sign Language and English]
 
North London Book of the Dead:
Based on a Will Self short story, W struggles to come to terms with the death of his domineering mother, only to discover that she's spending her dead existence very happily in a suburb of London. [15m]

The Gift: A distraught man facing his worst moment discovers connection through one selfless act. [5m]

You and Me: Ella, a young deaf woman, meets Tony, who has recently lost his sight. Friendship turns to possible romance: can these two overcome their expectations of each other, and themselves? This funny and moving love
story about life’s universal challenges and joys is one of the first feature films to star disabled actors in both leading roles. [86m]

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.

To join the Spiritual Cinema mailing list contact 

Dee at EveryDay4Life@gmail.com