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EcoWest Festival Opening Night: Cycle-Powered Cinema

Saturday March 16 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Join us for the Opening Night of EcoWest Festival 2019!

We bring bike-bling to the burbs with the twilight sounds of live music, food trucks, a licensed bar and our main event… bike-powered screenings of locally made and thought-provoking short films.

Saturday 6 April, 5-9pm

1909-1959 Great North Road, in the heart of the Avondale Shops (the old 3 Guys site)

  • Join a local Bike Auckland group ride from Te Atatu
  • Plug in and help us power this event!
  • Artists Emma Olphert and Eva Fuemana will complete a stunning new installation
  • Try an E-Bike and BYO mug for a free hot chocolate at this Zero Waste event
  • Brought to you by EcoMatters, Panuku Development Auckland, Whau Local Board and The Creative Souls Project.
  • Accessible by bus, train, bike, and whanau friendly!

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Short films from 7.45pm:
• THE MAN WHO LIVED ON HIS BIKE (director Guillaume Blanchet)
• A FUTUREMENTARY (by Bike Te Atatu and director Jemma Nissen)
• TALES OF TE WHAU (facilitated by Margaret Bley, Martin Sercombe and Britta Pollmuller)
• SNOW IN PARADISE (directors Nikki Si’ulepa and Justine Simei-Barton)
• THE TIDE KEEPER (director Alyx Duncan)
• COFFEE & ALLAH (director Sima Urale)
• I’M GOING TO MUM’S (director Lauren Jackson)

This event is part of EcoWest Festival 2019, a month-long celebration of our stunning environment. Check out more than 120 EcoWest Festival events at the official website:


Saturday March 16
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Avondale Shops
1909 Great North Road, Avondale
Auckland, 0600 New Zealand
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EcoMatters Environment Trust
09 826 4276