Established in Feilding in 2007 by Matt and Julie Bell, Focal Point Cinema Coffee and Wine Bar offers a unique dining and cinematic experience in plush 1920's décor, fantastic comfort, and a warm friendly atmosphere. Focal Point Cinema Levin, opened in late 2010 and is located at 14-16 Salisbury Street in Levin.
At Focal Point we offer some 85 movie sessions per week with a range of main stream, arthouse and international films which can be viewed in one of our three state of the art theatres. Cinema 1 houses 176 seats in a cutting edge digital theatre focused on new releases and mainstream content. Our two boutique cinemas offer comfortable two-seater couches with wide armrests to place the food and beverage of your choice. All of our cinemas are equipped with modern, high quality Digital imaging and sound equipment.
Focal Point Cinema is available for group functions, private bookings, conference groups, and children's birthday parties. A tasty buffet roast dinner or light finger food can be offered for group bookings. Out-catering services are also available.
Focal Point is an award winning entertainment venue.
- Shining Star Award 2013 - Jordan Kupe
- Supreme Business Award - 2012 Feilding Business Awards
- Best Hospitality Business - 2012 Feilding Business Awards
- Best Hospitality Business - 2010 Feilding Business Awards
- Tall Giraffe Award which is given to businesses that put Feilding on the map - 2010 Feilding Business Awards
- Best Hospitality Business - 2009 Feilding Business Awards
- Discovering Manawatu - 2008 Manawatu Business Awards
- Best Business Interior - 2008 Feilding Business Awards
- Most Improved Heritage Building - 2008 Feilding Business Awards
The busy country town of Levin sits at the heart of the Horowhenua Plains, surrounded by the rolling countryside of the Manawatu just 50 kilometres south of Palmerston North.
"At Focal Point Cinema coffee and wine bar it is our aim to provide an amazing cinema entertainment experience, a relaxing and friendly café, and a thoroughly enjoyable night out."