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Screenings & Events: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

Wellington Screenings
Tuesday 19 April, 2016

This week were showing Mo Willems’ Pigeon and Pals for the school holidays

Next week, we celebrate New Zealand Dance Week with a film programme showcasing influential dance performances staged in this country across history

The Mo Willems’ Pigeon and Pals Collection

US, 60 mins, G

A programme of stories from Mo Willems, the celebrated American writer and illustrator, jump from the screen in this animated collection of hugely amusing adventures.

Presented in partnership with Square Eyes Film Foundation, Weston Woods, Scholastic and The Children's Bookshop.

When:
11am Wednesday 20, Thursday 21, Friday 22, Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 & Friday 29 April

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

$5 per ticket / Under 3s (on the knee) free Buy tickets

Sedition

NZ, 2005, 139 mins, Exempt, directed by Russell Campbell

A documentary about the suppression of dissent in WWII New Zealand.

After the carnage of World War I many New Zealanders formed a movement committed to rejecting war as a means of settling international disputes. When World War II broke out, government and pacifists were on a collision course. Learn more.

When:
7pm Wednesday 20 April
6.30pm Friday 22 April

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

$8 / $10 Buy tickets

Great War Stories

NZ, 2014 / 15, 50 mins, G, directed by Anna Cottrell

Great War Stories is a series of short (3-4 minute) films telling personal stories about New Zealanders affected by Gallipoli and the First World War.

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision will screen the whole of series three (which airs on TV3 from 18 - 24th of April), as well as a selection of stories from series one and two.

The director, Anna Cottrell, will be in attendance to introduce the films and for a Q&A session following the screening.

When:
7pm Thursday April 21

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

Koha appreciated

Gallipoli: The Frontline Experience

Turkey, 2005, 120 mins, PG - contains war footage, directed by Tolga Ōrnek

The Gallipoli campaign of World War I was so controversial and devastating, it changed the face of battle forever. While many films have focused on the strategies employed by the countries involved, Gallipoli: The Frontline Experience is the first time the campaign has been viewed through the eyes of those soldiers who fought it – from both sides of the conflict.

Screening as part of the Turkish Film Festival, brought to you by the Turkish Embassy.

When:
4.30pm Saturday April 23

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

$10 / $8 Buy tickets

Dry Summer | Susuz Yaz

Turkey, 1963, 90 mins, TBC, directed by Metin Erksan

Metin Erksan’s wallop of a melodrama follows the machinations of an repentantly selfish tobacco farmer who builds a dam to prevent water from flowing downhill to his neighbors’ crops. Learn more.

Screening as part of the Turkish Film Festival, brought to you by the Turkish Embassy.

When:
7pm Saturday 23 April
4.30pm Saturday 30 April

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

$10 / $8 Buy tickets

 

Wellington Access Radio 35th Birthday

NZ, 120 mins, Exempt

Join us in celebrating Wellington Access Radio’s 35th birthday and the archiving of their historical audio collection at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

There will be speeches and short audiovisual presentations highlighting Wellington Access Radio's history, it’s programme makers and the future. Refreshments will be served.

When:
6pm Wednesday 27 April

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

Free admission Please RSVP to Kristen@accessradio.org.nz by 20 April

A Century of Dance in Aotearoa | Now is the Hour

NZ, Exempt, total duration 120min (includes 15 min interval)

Join us for a diverse screening of insightful dance films. A historical survey compilation showcasing the history of dance in New Zealand will be screened alongside one full-length dance performance.

These films will delight dance and general audiences during New Zealand Dance Week 2016.

Note: programme contains partial nudity and scenes of a sexual nature.

When:
6pm Thursday 28 & Friday 29 April

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

$10 / $8 Buy tickets

On the Blog: Cycling in Wellington Panel Discussion

Watch video footage of last Friday's panel discussion, focusing on cycling issues in Wellington, presented as part of The New Zealand Bicycle Film Festival.

The panellists were: Jeremy Rose (RNZ), Dougal List (National Cycling Manager, NZTA), James Burgess (Cycle Aware Wellington, President), and Leah Murphy (Frocks on Bikes, Founder).

We'd Love Your Feedback

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision launched a new website in January. We're already planning our next developments and additions to the site, and would love to hear what you think.

Please consider taking two minutes to send us some short feedback – give your feedback by clicking on the Feedback button, which you'll see at the bottom right of every page on the www.ngataonga.org.nz site.

All respondents will go in the draw to win a copy of the book New Zealand Film: An Illustrated History.


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