The Empire Cinema is bringing back the Elton John movie for one special screening tonight.
The Cook Islands Censor had controversially announced he would be banning it from public exhibition because of gay sex scenes.
It’s been screening for a week in Rarotonga, it’s the talk of the town – but now the movie of the life of superstar Elton John is being pulled from the cinema.
Pukapuka held the world premiere of a short documentary Our Atoll Speaks (Ko Talatala Mai To Matou Wenua) on Wednesday May 29 and Friday May 31.
The premiere of five short films during the Through our Lens II event at the Maoriland Film Festival was an incredibly proud one for Cook Islands High Commissioner Elizabeth Wright-Koteka.
A film shot in Arorangi last year by a local film crew from the Cook Islands and an international crew from New Zealand will premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival which begins on February 7.
There were legends among the crowd on Tuesday night when Ali Campbell and Terence “Astro” Wilson from UB40 rocked the National Auditorium.