Mister Organ: Screenings Near You
Mister Organ screening details as they come to hand, and a FAQ.
Mister Organ is my next feature documentary. You might know my previous documentary work — 2016’s Tickled and Netflix’s Dark Tourist.
Now it’s time for Mister Organ.
Mister Organ is NOT on streaming yet. When it is, this page will be updated.
Mister Organ IS in New Zealand cinemas from November 10, and you can buy tickets at the cinemas listed below. Please do get tickets, as it will ensure the success of the documentary. We’re up against Black Panther 2 (the best in the Marvel franchise, and a film I will see) — but that will be out forever. Mister Organ will not. Show your support by buying a ticket.
Mister Organ is also appearing at some film festivals around the world — see below for those, too.
Upcoming Mister Organ Screenings:
NEW ZEALAND - Q&A Screenings:
Nov 13 @ Rialto Dunedin: 6pm — TICKETS LOW
All the other Q&A sessions below have sold out — please get a ticket for a GA Mister Organ screening — see below.
NEW ZEALAND - General Release: November 10
From November 10, Mister Organ opens in cinemas across Aotearoa. You can purchase tickets from the cinemas listed below. If they don’t have tickets listed on their their websites for November 10 and beyond, ring the cinema and ask. Or email them. I do not control the cinemas. They need to know you’re interested.
The Capitol, Balmoral
Hyots, Mission Bay
Hyots, Hibiscus Coast
Pukekohe Cinema 3
The Vic, Devonport
Rialto Cinemas Dunedin
Lighthouse Cinema, Pauatahanui
Lighthouse Cinema, Petone
Monterey, Upper Hutt
Other New Zealand cities and towns:
Event Cinemas Blenheim
Event Cinemas Havelock North
Event Cinemas New Plymouth
Event Cinemas Whangarei
Focal Point Palmerston North
Govett Brewster Gallery
Hokitika’s Regent Theatre
Screening Room Masterton
State Cinema 6 Nelson
Village Theatre Takaka
Please spread the word that it opens on general release in New Zealand on November 10. If people buy tickets and go, the film stays in cinemas longer. That opening weekend is especially important.
SOLD OUT Q&A SESSIONS:
Nov 7 @ Hollywood Avondale:
Q&A hosted by John Campbell
Nov 8 @ Metro Hamilton: 6pm
Q&A hosted by Steve Austin
Nov 9 @ Rialto Newmarket: 6.15pm
Q&A hosted by Mad Chapman
Nov 9 @ Rialto Newmarket: 8.35pm
Q&A hosted by Toby Manhire
Nov 10 @ Hollywood Avondale
Q&A hosted by Patrick Gower
Nov 11 @ Roxy Wellington: 6pm
Nov 11 @ Roxy Wellington: 8.30pm -
Q&A hosted by Graeme Tuckett
Nov 12 @ Lumiere Christchurch: 6pm
Q&A hosted by Jason Gunn
Nov 12 @ Lumiere Christchurch: 8.15pm
Q&A with Steph Walker
Nov 13 @ Rialto Dunedin: 6pm
Nov 14 @ Matakana: 6pm
PHILADELPHIA FILM FEST (with live Q&A)
Oct 24 @ PFS Bourse 1: 8:30 PM — TICKETS
Oct 25 @ PFS Bourse 1: 8:45 PM — TICKETS
BRISBANE FILM FEST:
Oct 29 — Dendy Portside: TICKETS
Nov 3 — New Farm Cinemas: TICKETS
Nov 6 — Dendy Portside: TICKETS
Further details on screenings and tickets will come via this newsletter, Webworm.
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We had a really fun premiere at Fantastic Fest in Austin in September, and Beyond Fest was equally as intense. Heck, Stephen Fry came along and “enjoyed” it:
Other festival-goers have written stuff like this:
I will update this page as more screenings get locked in.
PS: Here are some photos from LA’s Beyond Fest — all taken by photographer Ziwei Zhao:
Was there at the screening last night and thoroughly enjoyed the movie. I’d say more, but then I’d be spoiling it.
The shorts you were wearing were excellent, but pairing them with flamingo (?) socks was an excellent sartorial choice.
Good luck with the rest of the screenings!
Stephen Fry!! I would expire on the spot. I bet he loved your flamingo socks, he seems like a flamingo socks kind of guy. Congrats on the premiere, can't wait to see it!