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What's on: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

Wellington Screenings
Tuesday 2 August, 2016

Soup & A Seat
Savour a steaming bowl of homemade soup for lunch, served with tasty Kiwi documentaries.
Fridays 12.15pm,
12 August to 7 October
(except 2 Sept). 
$8 for soup and ticket.

Marking 75 years since New Zealand’s first cinema newsreel by the National Film Unit in 1941, Ngā Taonga cinema-goers can relive the experiences of audiences decades ago. In the spirt of the time, several of our main features during August will be preceded by a short NFU newsreel.

Ngati

NZ, 1987, 88 mins, PG

Screening in partnership with the National Library of New Zealand, as part of Digital Preservation Week - Born Digital 2016.

Set in and around the fictional town of Kapua in 1948, Ngati is the story of a Māori community where three tales intertwine: a boy, Ropata, is dying of leukaemia; a young doctor, Greg, discovers that he has Māori heritage; and the fight to keep the local freezing works open.

When:
6pm Tuesday 9 August

Where:
National Library, Aitken St entrance, Wellington

Find out more at borndigital.events@dia.govt.nz

New Zealand International Film Festival

Original, daring, moving and revealing - check out the Ngā Taonga selection of NZIFF films or visit the NZIFF website for the full Wellington programme.

When:
Until Sunday 7 August

View the NZIFF website for the full NZIFF Wellington programme

View here for NZIFF screenings at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision,
 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

For King and Country

NZ, 69 mins, Exempt

Glimpse life through the eyes of the New Zealand men and women who lived through World War One. For King & Country was created from 37 pieces of original film, restored and compiled by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, narrated by historian Chris Pugsley, with original music by Iain Gordon of Fat Freddy’s Drop.

Plus, marking 75 years since New Zealand’s first cinema newsreel by the National Film Unit in 1941, cinema-goers can relive the experiences of audiences decades ago. In the spirt of the time, the main feature will be preceded by a short NFU newsreel. 
 

When:
7pm Wednesday 10 August through to Saturday 13 August

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

$6    Buy tickets

 

Soup & A Seat - Leo's Pride

NZ, 2006, 70 mins, Exempt

Cinema condensed for your lunch break. Savour a steaming cup of homemade soup, served with a tasty kiwi documentary, Fridays from 12 August to 7 October.
First up, it's Leo's Pride - the story of New Zealand’s most famous singing teacher, the talented, ambitious and proud, Dame Sister Mary Leo, who was also a nun with the Sisters of Mercy.

When:
12.15pm Friday 12 August

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

$8 for soup and a ticket       Buy tickets

 

The Wellington Public Cinema

NZ, 90 mins, rating TBC

Experience Wellington's emerging filmmaking talent in this free short film festival, created by local students and up-and-coming independent filmmakers.

Afterwards, meet up with local filmmakers and likeminded people, and enjoy free pizza for all, courtesy of Tommy Millions.
 

For a full programme, see the Wellington Public Cinema Facebook page.

When:
4.30pm Saturday 13 August

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

Entry by koha

 

Soup & A Seat - New Zild

NZ, 2005, 45 mins, Exempt

Fush 'n' chups anyone? And never mind those Ozzies over the dutch! New Zild - The Story of New Zealand English takes a lighthearted look at the way we speak.
Enjoy with hot homemade soup.

When:
12.15pm Friday 19th August

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

$8 for soup and a ticket       Buy tickets

 


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