Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin

Inside Cinema Peroni’s celebration of the best in beer, food and filmmaking

One of autumn’s most eagerly-anticipated events, the Italian extravaganza that is Cinema Peroni, returned to Britomart on Thursday. It was the ideal way to (almost) round off another long and busy week. Auckland’s finest-looking film buffs assembled at Takutai Square, walking the Cinema Italiano carpet before indulging in crisp beer, refreshing cocktails and an impressive, three-course meal from Amano. After a traditional treat of popcorn, garlic, olive & caper fusilli, chargrilled chicken with tomatoes and refreshing gelato was served to guests as they got cosy beneath their blankets and enjoyed the thought-provoking film, Happy as Lazzaro.

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