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Screenings & Events: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

Wellington Screenings
Tuesday 21 June, 2016

I te rerenga matua o Matariki i te paunga o Haratua, i te tīmatanga rānei o Pipiri, kua mōhio te Māori kua tae ki tōna pito ki te raki, kua hoki haere mai anō ki te tonga me te hari mai i te mahana.

It'd be nice to think Wellington's hotoke hauhau was on its way out! Be sure to catch the last of our Matariki Pūrākaunui season before next month's season celebration of  te wiki o te reo Māori, with  two ambitious feature films that let te reo do all the talking.

And don't miss next Friday's special one-off presentation of Anonymouz: Resample Guahan. This brand-new soundscape/ video art was created by New Zealand artists while in Guam, representing Aotearoa  at the 2016 Pacific Arts Festival.

Matariki Māori Short Films

NZ, 112 mins, M

Matariki is a time for sharing stories. This selection of Māori short films, which recently screened at the Festival of Pacific Arts 2016 in Guam, features works from some of Aotearoa's best storytellers, including Taika Waititi, Ian Mune, Burger and Larry Parr. Learn more.

Screening as part of Matariki Pūrākaunui | Matariki Stories 2016

7pm Wednesday 22, Thursday 23, Friday 24 & Saturday 25 June
4.30pm Saturday 25 June

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$10 / $8  Buy tickets

Anonymouz: Resample Guahan

NZ, 90mins, Exempt

Grab the chance to experience a fresh, original soundscape and film, created by two members of Aotearoa's delegation to the 2016 Festival of Pacific Arts in Guam. Resample: Guåhan is a fresh original work; cut, sampled and taking inspiration from sounds and sights that were recorded during this year's Festival, 2 May - 4 June 2016.

5pm Friday 24 June

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

Koha entry


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.

Until June 25, during opening hours

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

Free admission


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

7pm Wednesday 29 & Thursday 30 June, Friday 1 & Saturday 2 July
4.30pm Saturday 2 July 

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$10 / $8  Buy tickets

On the Blog: Future Indicative

We recently acquired a rich legacy of public radio programming in the form of nearly 900 episodes of Future Indicative and One in Five. Spanning 1978 to 2015, these two RNZ shows cover four decades of exploration into the issues and experiences of disability in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Learn more and listen to clips here.

image: Screencap from a CCS Kids Up the Road tour, which used theatre to talk to primary schools kids about everyday disabilities, such as diabetes (1998 Long White Cloud Productions, TVNZ)

Screencap from the CCS Kids Up the Road Puppet programme 1998 (Long White Cloud Productions, TVNZ)


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