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Wellington Screenings & Events
Tuesday 20 Sept, 2016
Get ready for the school holidays and Mini-Sized Square Eyes featuring Margaret Mahy's RumbustificationsMeanwhile indulge in a feast of film this week at the German Film Festival. 
 
 
Germ Film Festival 2016
 
German Film Festival
From political thrillers to quirky comedy and confronting drama, look out for new award-winning work by leading directors and actors and exciting new talent from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Brought to you by the Goethe Institut of NZ. 
 
When: 21 to 24 September
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington
Free admission - arrive early to secure seats on the day.
 
4.30pm, Wed 21 Sept
(Germany, 2013, 104 mins, Exempt)
A young man returns to an old way of life; a documentary about a family farm in the Austrian mountains.
 
7pm, Wed 21 September
(Austria, 2015, 118 mins, M - sex scenes & offensive language)
God appears to a supermarket cashier, but no-one else seems to notice.
 
12.15pm, Thur 22 September
(Switzerland/Germany, 2015, 110 mins, PG)
A fresh take on a children’s classic puts the mud back into the alpine meadows of Switzerland.
 
4.30pm, Thurs 22 September
(Switzerland, 2015, 92 mins, M - violence, sexual references & offensive language)
How far will an ordinary man go to avoid the truth?
 
7pm, Thurs 23 September
(Germany, 2016, 104 mins, M - offensive language & suicide)
A young German woman tries to escape heartbreak in post-nuclear disaster Fukushima.
 
4.30pm, Fri 23 September
(Germany, 2013, 80mins, Exempt)
Is our search for order admirable, dangerous or amusing, asks this quietly funny documentary.
 
7pm, Fri 23 September
(Germany, 2015, 100mins, M - violence, offensive language and nudity)
A 16-year-old spends Christmas in a teen psychiatric unit in this sharp, humorous coming-of-age drama.
 
2.15pm, Sat 24 Sept
(Germany, 2016, 102mins, M - sex scenes, offensive language, nudity & content may disturb)
A couple’s joy turns to a terrible decision when they learn their unborn child will be severely disabled.
 
4.30pm, Sat 24 September
(Germany, 2015, 120mins, M - violence, sex scenes, offensive language & nudity)
An unscrupulous biographer tries to plot the life of an ageing painter to create the climax of his book.
 
7pm, Sat 24 September
(Germany, 2015, 105mins, M - sex scenes & suicide references)
A political-legal thriller set in post-war Germany.
 
 
 
NZ 1974, 44 mins, Exempt
The Heatway International Rally of 1973 covered 3,000 kilometres, beginning at Greymouth, driven over 7 days with 472 cars, 120 drivers and 3,000 helping hands. Spectacular rally driving and scenic footage, alongside the grit, mud, crashes and behind-the-scenes drama of the race.
 
Enjoy with hot homemade soup this Friday lunchtime!
 
 
When: 12.15pm, Friday 23 Sept
Where: Ngā taonga Sound & vVsion, Main cinema and cafē, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
 
NZ, 2012, 51 mins, G
 
Horrakapotchkin! It’s Margaret Mahy!
 
Imagine a world where your favourite story characters come alive in film as your favourite author reads the stories to you.

Blending animation and imagination, the characters spring from the pages before your eyes, as NZ's beloved children's author Margaret Mahy (1936-2012) reads The Lion in the Meadow, The Great White Man Eating Shark, The Witch in the Cherry Tree and many other tales and fandandical rhymes.
 
Join us for an hour of film fun that's sure to entertain! And treat yourself to a well-deserved coffee in the cafe. (Yes, we do fluffies!)
 
 
When: 11am Wed 28 to Fri 30 Sept, and 11am Tues 4 Oct to Fri 7 Oct.
Where: Main cinema and cafē, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington
 
Tickets $5 - under 3s are free if they're on your knee.    Buy tickets
 
 
Address postal inquiries to:
Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
84 Taranaki Street
Wellington 6142
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