New Zealand Film Festival 2018 at CentralWorld in Bangkok from 30 November to 1 December

The New Zealand Embassy and the New Zealand Society are hosting the 2nd New Zealand Film Festival in Thailand. A great line up of films will be screened for free at SF World Cinema, CentralWorld from 30th November to 1st December 2018. Be sure to book soon as tickets went pretty fast at their last film festival.

DATE: 30 Nov 2018, 1 Dec 2018, 2 Dec 2018
VENUE: SF World Cinema, Centralworld, Bangkok

My Year with Helen (2017) – Friday 30th November, 7:30pm

“A behind-the-scenes human view of the inner workings of global power. With unique access to high-ranking candidate Helen Clark, award-winning filmmaker Gaylene Preston casts a wry eye on proceedings as the United Nations chooses a new Secretary General. Her cameras explore the cracks between the diplomats, the embedded press and feminist activists as they push for change while caught up in a power process as secretive and patriarchal as the selection of the Pope. An observational documentary, My Year With Helen travels alongside Clark as she works on global development issues as head of the UNDP while also campaigning for SG and staying in daily contact with her 94-year-old father back in New Zealand. ”

Pork Pie (2017) – Saturday 1st December, 7:30pm

Jon, a charming but out-of-luck novelist, musters the bravery needed to try and win back the love of his life by surprising her at a friend’s wedding. One problem: he’s in Auckland and the wedding is in Wellington. After a failed attempt to make the journey south in his bomby Holden, Jon hitches a ride with Luke, a sparky young dude driving a fancy new (and unbeknown to Jon, stolen) yellow Mini Cooper….thus beginning the most epic road trip of their lives.

Boy (2010) – Sunday 2nd December, 1:00pm

Boy is a dreamer who loves Michael Jackson. He lives with his brother Rocky, a tribe of deserted cousins and his Nan. Boy’s other hero, his father Alamein, is the subject of Boy’s fantasies, and he imagines him as a deep sea diver, war hero and a close relation of Michael Jackson. In reality Alamein is an inept, wannabe gangster who has been in jail for robbery. When Alamein returns home after seven years away, Boy is forced to confront the man he thought he remembered, find his own potential and learn to get along without the hero he had been hoping for.


  • You can collect your tickets at the cinema. Box office will open 2 hours before the start of the film
  • All tickets must be collected at the cinema 1 hour before the start of the movie. In the event you are not able to collect your tickets before this time, your tickets may be released for reallocation.
  • Seating inside the cinema is allocated by the organiser and is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Where you book multiple tickets, all guests must be present at the pick up point to be able to collect all tickets.

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