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Fri 20 Feb 2015, 9:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Silo Park, Corner of Beaumont and Jellicoe Street, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Maple

Auckland’s free outdoor movie experience, Silo Cinema, is back for another month of Friday evening films for the whole neighbourhood. The programme kicks off on Waitangi Day (6 February) with the heartfelt local drama filmed in South Auckland Mt. Zion, starring Stan Walker and the inimitable Temuera Morrison.

The following weekend Silo Cinema has a special double-barrel showing, with the sweetest transvestites around coming to life on Friday 13th with the Rocky Horror Picture Show, in conjunction with the Auckland Pride Festival.

Then, love is in the air come Valentine’s Day (14 February), with a romantic comedy all about the power of “twue wove”, The Princess Bride.

The following week, 20 February, Silo Park takes on Fringe Festival for a showing of one of last year’s Film Festival favourites - Pulp: A film about Life, Death & Supermarkets, made by New Zealander Florian Habicht.

February is rounded off by the contemporary update on a literary classic, The Great Gatsby, in association with Heart of the City: 10 Days of Fashion in the City. The Silo Markets will be pumping as usual throughout the Silo Cinema screenings, so grab a bite to eat and park up for a few hours of seaside entertainment.

Restaurants to book near Silo Cinema presents Pulp