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Special Eyes: The Aro St. Video Shop Newsletter

Hello fellow film fan,

We’re currently finalising plans for our Patron scheme for another year, including an upcoming exclusive premiere, but in the meantime wish to let you know of another way you can consider supporting us.


We have been lucky enough in recent months to receive DVD donations from a variety of generous members and supporters who in some cases have offered their entire collections to AroVideo.

This form of patronage is hugely appreciated as it not only helps expand our library and strengthen our ongoing viability, but also benefits other film-loving customers looking to pick up either an impulse bargain or a hard-to-find title. We’ll find a good home for your unwanted films of any and all description.

If you have or know of anyone that might wish to part with DVDs that are surplus to requirements, then please get in touch (e-mail preferred) or you can simply drop them off to our store. We’re also happy to collect DVDs from your home, or alternatively arrange and pay for cartage if you’re located out of town.

As a very modest thank you, donators (or is that donors?) will receive an AroVideo Carry Bag in a stylish new edition, a Patron Certificate, and enjoy the Friend of AroVideo discount rates on subscriptions or ten-trip cards. You can also choose to become the official "parent" of any title that is added to our library under our soon-to-be-launched "Adopt-a-Movie" scheme.

Note: Unfortunately, we cannot accept donations of VHS tapes, unless they are particularly unusual.


As collectors will know, many catalogue titles are now out-of-print on the Region 4 format for NZ, so we have curated a special link known as "As New" Rarities, containing out-of-print titles in excellent or pristine condition.

If you are a DVD/Blu-Ray collector and are looking to purchase particular hard-to-find titles, please drop us a line by e-mail with a "wishlist" and we will do our best to source them for you.


And just before we go, we’d like to give a shout out to the powerful new film from Samoan-Kiwi director of The Orator, called One Thousand Ropes, which has just opened in cinemas nationwide.

Thanks so much for reading and your continued support for what we do.

Cheers from the Aro team; Andrew, Svenda, Simon, Tom & Remy

AroVideo Online

The Aro St Video Shop
97 Aro Street, Wellington, NZ
ph. 64-4-801-7101

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