For the month of March, Gus Fisher Gallery is hosting free weekly film screenings relating to their current exhibition, I Multiply Each Day. This is an opportunity to see work ranging from classic British cinema through to contemporary indigenous filmmakers. 

Films include Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s Black Narcissus (1947); Derek Jarman’s Caravaggio (1986); Waru (2017), a feature film by eight Māori directors; Vai (2019), by nine Pasifika directors; and a special screening of Michelle Williams Gamaker’s Dissolution Trilogy (2017-2019).⁠

Screenings are free to the public and will be held at 6.30pm every Thursday.

Please note: Socially distanced seating will be provided under the red alert level and numbers will be limited, so book online to secure your place.


March Film Screenings:

3 March, 6.30pm: Black Narcissus (1947)

10 March, 6.30pm: Dissolution Trilogy (2017-2019)

17 March, 6.30pm: Caravaggio (1986)

25 March, 6.30pm: Waru (2017)

31 March, 6.30pm: Vai (2019) 

Park for $2 per hour, to a maximum of $10 on evenings and weekends at the Victoria St car park. Find out more.

Last updated: 11 February 2022