Ailo's Journey | Friday 28 February | 6:30pm | Rated: Exempt | Fundraiser
Narrated by Golden Globe winner, Donald Sutherland, this is the incredible story of Ailo, the little reindeer.
This uplifting tale follows the journey of baby Ailo as he navigates his first year of life in the snowy landscapes of a picturesque Lapland. Frail and vulnerable, Ailo must learn to walk, run, leap and hide to ensure he survives the long, treacherous journey with the herd.
Ailo's Journey is an inspirational story, in which a bleak wilderness is warmed by a mother's endless love as she watches over Ailo in his incredible adventures with other creatures of the Arctic.
This screening is a fundraiser for Whanganui Toy Library. We are also opening up a limited number $5 front row floor cushions for accompanied audience members aged 10 or younger. You can select these online for reservations or bookings, but you will then need to do another order for accompanying adult or older children seats.
DIR Guillaume Maidatchevsky | 2019 | Rated: Exempt | Runtime: 86 mins
Remember if you pay in the cinema then it is CASH only. Reserved seats will be released at 6:25pm to cash walk in customers, or earlier if you let us know.
** If you want to reserve or buy seats on multiple rows please order as a different order. ** Remember to create a login so you don't need to enter your information for each order. Or you can call us and we'll reserve your seats for you.
Your tickets will be confirmed by email - please call (06) 2813474 if this fails to come through within a few minutes or if you would like help with the process.
The young reindeer in this film, Ailo, spends a fair amount of time playing with things around him. Childhood is the time for all beings to be able to do this without question or conflicting priorities - although we also encourage adults to maintain the spirit of play - we are also delighted to be able to help you support Whanganui's Toy Library, and the work they do in providing the latest and greatest toy experiences to youngsters, and their families, in our community. All of your ticket money, after the cost of the licence, will be donated by us to Whanganui Toy Library.