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Screenings & Events: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

Wellington Screenings
Tuesday 17 May, 2016

This week WUFF – the radical, contemporary, non-mainstream Wellington Underground Film Festival – returns with three different programmes over three nights.

Matariki is on its way. A time for gathering together and telling stories, this year we've put together Matariki Pūrākaunui | Matariki Stories 2016 – 8 June to 2 July.

EVERYTHING ELSE.

45 min loop showing continuously, Exempt

Expand your viewing experience beyond the mainstream with EVERYTHING ELSE, artist film from six local and international contemporary artists and collaborations. Read more.

When: 
May 23 – June 25, during opening hours

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

Free admission

Celestial Cinema

1902 - 2005, 75 mins, Exempt

10 short films exploring space, animation, fantasy, documentary, and television items, from 1902 - 2005. Learn more.

When:
7pm Wednesday 25 May

Where:
Space Place at Carter Observatory, 40 Salamanca Rd, Kelburn, Wellington 

Adult $15 / child $10

To book call 04 910 3140 or email spaceplace@wmt.org.nz

Rubbings From a Live Man

NZ, 2008, 94 mins, R13 - Adult Themes

Aotearoa's complex, contradictory and creative thespian and theatre artist, Warwick Broadhead, in a semi-dramatised moving image biography. Learn more.

When:
7pm Wednesday 25 May, Thursday 2, Friday 3 & Saturday 4 June
4.30pm Saturday 4 June

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

$10 / $8 Buy tickets

WUFF

The annual WUFF (Wellington Underground Film Festival) identifies and encourages contemporary filmmakers who have an original, radically personal approach and are producing work outside mainstream film production and distribution.

The WUFF 2016 selection screens as three separate programmes over three nights. Also screening is a matinee compilation looking back on the festival's first four years.

When:

Night 1
6pm Thursday 26 May Buy tickets

Night 2
6pm Friday 27 May Buy tickets

Night 3
6pm Saturday 28 May Buy tickets

Matinee: Four Years of WUFF
4.30pm Saturday 28 May Buy tickets
 

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

$10 / $8 per session

Into the Minds of Two Writers

Talk: 60 mins, Exempt

Script to Screen invites dynamic writers Duncan Sarkies and Jo Randerson to explore writing and devising comedy across different mediums: theatre, fiction and screen. Learn more.

Talk 6-7pm. Join us before the talk at 5:30pm for a complimentary glass of wine, and stay after the talk for a slice of pizza on us!

When:
6pm Wednesday 1 June

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

$5 koha appreciated

Ans Westra: Private Journeys/Public Signposts

NZ, 2006, 71 mins, Exempt

Opening the season of Matariki Pūrākaunui | Matariki Stories 2016, this celebrated documentary by first-time director Luit Bieringa illustrates the career of Ans Westra, one of New Zealand’s most important and expressive photographers. It honours the role Westra’s work played in 60s counterculture and the cultural renaissance of Māori. Learn more.

When:
7pm Wednesday 8, Thursday 9 & Friday 10 June
4.30pm Saturday 11 June

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

$10 / $8  Buy tickets

Ever the Land

NZ, 2015, 90 mins, Exempt

Ever the Land explores the sublime bond between people and their land through a landmark architectural undertaking by one of Aotearoa's passionately independent tribes, Ngāi Tūhoe. Learn more.

Screening as part of Matariki Pūrākaunui | Matariki Stories 2016

When:
7pm Wednesday 15, Thursday 16, Friday 17 & Saturday 18 June

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

$10 / $8  Buy tickets

Matariki Māori Short Films

NZ, 112 mins, M

Matariki is a time for sharing stories. Enjoy a feast of inspiring, thought-provoking – and a little bit spooky – Māori short films that recently screened at the Festival of Pacific Arts 2016 in Guam. Featuring works by Taika Waititi, Ian Mune, Burger and Larry Parr. Learn more.

Screening as part of Matariki Pūrākaunui | Matariki Stories 2016

When:
7pm Wednesday 22, Thursday 23, Friday 24 & Saturday 25 June 

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

$10 / $8  Buy tickets

Ngati

NZ, 1987, 88 mins, PG

A drama of Māori and Pākehā families, change and crisis set in the tiny Māori community of Kapua on the East Cape in 1948. Learn more.

Screening as part of Matariki Pūrākaunui | Matariki Stories 2016

When:
7pm Wednesday 29 & Thursday 30 June, Friday 1 & Saturday 2 July 

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

$10 / $8  Buy tickets

On the Blog: All the Hits and More

Sales and popularity data have long been used to create various music chart programmes, with the first NZ “Hit Parade” broadcasting in 1946. 

Learn more and listen to clips here.


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