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Upcoming Screenings and Events

Wellington Screenings & News
Tuesday 16 February, 2016

This week we’re delighted to welcome a leading authority on the work of Alfred Hitchcock, Professor Charles Barr, to give an illustrated talk before a screening of The White Shadow

Next week, we’re showing "Penny Black" (2015)

 

Hitchcock & "The White Shadow": An Illustrated Talk by Professor Charles Barr

UK, 1924, film: 43 mins + talk, Exempt

After a worldwide search a large part of The White Shadow, the earliest surviving feature credited to Alfred Hitchcock, was found in the vaults of the New Zealand Film Archive (as Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision was then known), in 2011.

We are thrilled to welcome one of the world’s leading authorities on the work of Alfred Hitchcock, Professor Charles Barr (Professorial Research Fellow at St Mary's University, Twickenham), to give an illustrated talk before a screening of the remaining three reels of The White Shadow. Live piano accompaniment will be provided by Victoria Thompson.

"The White Shadow [is] an atmospheric melodrama starring Betty Compson, in a dual role as twin sisters—one angelic and the other 'without a soul.' With mysterious disappearances, mistaken identity, steamy cabarets, romance, chance meetings, madness, and even the transmigration of souls, the wild plot crams a lot into six reels. Critics faulted the improbable story but praised the acting and 'cleverness of the production.'" – National Film Preservation Foundation, San Francisco

When:
7pm Wednesday 17 February

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellint

Koha appreciated

Berlinale Spotlight: Berlinale Shorts 2015. Programme 1: Stranger than Paradise

International, 117 mins, rating TBC

A selection of short films from the 2015 Berlinale film festival:

Planet Ʃ –  director: Momoko Seto (France)
HOSANNA –  director: Na Young-kil (Republic of Korea [South Korea])
Pebbles at Your Door –  director: Vibeke Bryld (Denmark)
SHADOWLAND –  director: John Skoog (Sweden)
Dissonance –  director: Till Nowak (Germany)
Take What You Can Carry –  director: Matthew Porterfield (USA / Germany)

Learn more.

Presented in partnership with the Goethe Institut and the Berlinale film festival.

When:
7pm Thursday 18 & Saturday 20 February

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$10 / $8 Buy tickets

Berlinale Spotlight: Berlinale Shorts 2015. Programme 2: White Flags are more Visible

International, 85 mins, rating TBC

A selection of short films from the 2015 Berlinale film festival:

Snapshot Mon Amour – director: Christian Bau (Germany)
El Juego del Escondite (Hide & Seek) – director: David Muñoz (Spain)
Däwit (Daewit) – director: David Jansen (Germany)
YúYú – director: Marc Johnson (France / Spain / USA)
Bad at Dancing – director: Joanna Arnow (USA)
Symbolic Threats, director: Mischa Leinkauf, Lutz Henke, Matthias Wermke (Germany)

Learn more.

Presented in partnership with the Goethe Institut and the Berlinale film festival.

When:
4.30pm Saturday 20 February
7pm Friday 19 February

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$10 / $8 Buy tickets

 

Penny Black

NZ, 2015, 97 min, M - Offensive language, director Joe Hitchcock

Fancy supermodel Penny Black and her superhero sister join a laid back anarchist in his Zebra van, to learn that sometimes you have to break the law to fix your life. More.

When:
7pm Wednesday 24, Thursday 25, Friday 26 & Sat 27 February
4.30pm Saturday 27 February

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$8 / $10 Buy tickets

Video: Preserving Audio – Discs

Learn about the varied types of discs in our collection, and see them being preserved and cleaned. Watch here.

On The Blog: An Apple A Day...

The early months of the year are harvest time in the Hawke’s Bay, Nelson, and other apple-growing regions of New Zealand – and there are several recordings in the Radio Collection of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision that tell the story of our favourite fruit and the huge export industry that has grown up around it. Listen here.


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