As if there weren't enough films to see in the NZ International Film Festival already, they've added some additional Auckland screenings for some of the most popular movies in the programme.
Documentary examining the case of the West Memphis Three - teenagers wrongly convicted of murder and jailed for 18 years. Produced by Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh.
One extra session has been added for this film:
Friday 3 August at 1.15 pm (Event Cinemas Queen Street)
The life, the struggles and the triumphs of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley are captured in this music documentary directed by Kevin MacDonald (The Last King of Scotland, Touching the Void).
Flicks' Liam Maguren described this as "a superbly crafted documentary encapsulating the man and the effect of his music", praising the superbly revamped concert footage.
Two extra sessions have been added for Marley:
Friday 3 August at 10.00 am and Saturday 4 August at 11.45 am (Event Cinemas Queen Street)
Documentary on Joyce Vincent, the North Londoner who died in her home in 2003 only to be discovered three years later - surrounded by Christmas presents she had been wrapping and with the TV still on.
One extra session has been added to the programme for this film:
Saturday 4 August at 9.00 pm (Rialto Cinemas Newmarket)
Genre conventions are turned on their head in this meta-horror written by geek God Joss Whedon (The Avengers), and Drew Goddard (writer of Cloverfield and episodes of Lost and Buffy). Goddard also directs a cast including Go Girl Anna Hutchison and Chris 'Thor' Hemsworth.
Flicks' Steve Newall called The Cabin in the Woods "hilarious and engrossing", adding "I can’t imagine any horror fan not loving the film".
Sunday Horror fans should rejoice at the time of this extra session:
Sunday 5 August at 9.30 pm (Event Cinemas Queen Street)