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Wellington Screenings & Events
Tuesday 31 January, 2017
 
The 2016 NZ film Chronosthesia  was described as a "visual love-letter to Wellington" thanks to its stunning cinematography of local landscapes. Screens 4.30pm each Saturday until 25 February.
 
Meanwhile, the Kiwi Music Film Fest continues on screen at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision’s Archive Cinema until 25 February.
NZ, 2016, 92 min, M – violence, sexual references and offensive language
 
A romantic comedy with a supernatural twist. When emotionally-isolated barista Dan Duncombe starts receiving strange messages on the inside of his bedroom window, he is forced to become involved with the lives of the people around him … and by changing their lives, he changes his own. By Hayden J Weal and starring Julian ‘Skux’ Dennsion, filmed in Wellington.
 
 
When: 4:30pm Sat 4 Feb, Sat 11 Feb & Sat 25 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets: $8 / $10           Buy tickets
Showing this week:
 
7pm Wed 1 Feb - The Gathering
 
 
 
4.30pm Sat 4 Feb - Chronosthesia
7pm Sat 4 Feb - Nambassa Festival
 
Kiwi Music Film Fest - until 24 Feb
NZ, 1998, 48 min, Exempt
 
A festival of freedom, dance, music participation and "a damn good party," The Gathering attracted thousands to the Takaka Hills near Nelson each New Year from 1996 to 2002. On a budget of less than $1,000, Kylie Plunkett and a team of friends created a vibrant audiovisual record of The Gathering 97/98, set to original NZ electronica tracks.
 
When: 7pm on Wed 1 Feb, Sat 11 Feb, Fri 17 Feb & Wed 22 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets $8 / $10           Buy tickets
 
NZ, 2010, 71 min, PG
 
The jazz-inflected Wellington reggae band Trinity Roots tell their story in Sarah Hunter's music-filled 2010 documentary. Released during a hiatus in the band and just as it was re-forming, the film is filled with humour and generous footage of rehearsals, recording sessions and performances, along with friendly testimony from critics, collaborators and their mums.
 
When: 7pm on Thu 2 Feb, Wed 8 Feb, Thu 16 Feb & Fri 24 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets $8 / $10           Buy tickets
 
NZ, 2016, 96 min, G
 
The story of NZ’s unofficial national anthem, its creator Dalvanius Prime and the small-town performers of the 1984 song that rocked the charts and gave pride to generations of New Zealanders. By director Tearepa Kahi, the film premiered in July 2016 at the NZ International Film Festival.
 
When: 7pm Fri 3 Feb & 4:30pm Sat 18 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets $8 / $10           Buy tickets
 
NZ, 1980, 50 min, Exempt
 
In the summer of ’79, a hippie festival drew 60,000 people to a farm near Waihi for three days of non-stop bands (including Split Enz), solo artists, poets, puppeteers, magicians, dancers, actors, along with political, social and environmental events.
Thirty-six hours of film were edited into a documentary which screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 1980.
The Nambassa festivals ran each summer from 1976 to 1981.
 
When: 7pm Sat 4 Feb & Wed 15 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets $8 / $10           Buy tickets
 
NZ, 2003, 45 min each
 
A six-part series tracing NZ’s popular music, its rock ‘n roll stories, songwriters, entrepreneurs, and the role they played in creating the soundtrack to New Zealanders’ lives over the past 45 years.
 
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets $5
 
Episode 1: Causing a Commotion   5pm Thu 2 Feb    Buy tickets
Episode 2: The Swinging Sixties     5pm Fri 3 Feb      Buy tickets
Episode 3: Summer of Love            5pm Thu 9 Feb    Buy tickets
Episode 4: Anarchy in the Air          5pm Fri 10 Feb    Buy tickets
Episode 5Finding Our Voice         5pm Thu 16 Feb   Buy tickets
Episode 6: Land of Plenty               5pm Fri 17 Feb    Buy tickets
 
NZ, 1966, 76min, G
 
This feel good musical comedy by Pacific Films was one of the few NZ feature films made during the 1950s and 1960s. Featuring an all-star cast, including Howard Morrison and Kiri Te Kanawa, it was publicised as "a tonic film that doesn’t let the blues get you. When it finishes, you feel as if the time has gone too fast and you leave the theatre wanting to see it all over again".
 
When: 7pm Thu 9 Feb & 7pm Sat 25 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets $8 / $10           Buy tickets
 
NZ Music Videos, 1930 to the 21st Century
NZ, 1930 to 2011, 78 min, Exempt
 
A selection of New Zealand music videos from our vaults. See the stars and songs across all music genres from the 1930s to the 2000s - dance or just sit and admire the fashions and soak up our musical history. From Epi Shalfoon & His Melody Boys of 1930 to Ray Colombus, Golden Harvest, The Chills, Shihad, Trinity Roots, Ladi6 and loads more.
 
When: 7pm Fri 10 Feb & 5pm Fri 24 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets: $8 / $10           Buy tickets
 
NZ, 1986, 90 min, M – violence & offensive language
 
A 19-year-old tearaway comes to terms with love and death in Auckland's 1980s urban underworld as he plots revenge at a rock gig after an ultimately tragic attempt to "rescue" his prostitute sister - with riotous results. Inspired during the era of Auckland’s Queen St riot, the film challenged mainstream national stereotypes.
 
When: 7pm Sat 18 Feb & Thu 23 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets $8 / $10           Buy tickets
 
NZ, 1999, 30 min, Exempt
 
Mikey Havoc and Newsboy hit the 1999 edition of the Big Day Out music festival held in Auckland, and interview some of the stars: Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim), Courtney Love, Marilyn Manson and more.
 
When: 5pm Thu 23 Feb
Where: Main cinema, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington.
Tickets: $5           Buy tickets
 
NZ, 2008, 45 mins, Exempt
 
Episode one of the six-part TV series Rocked The Nation, counting down key moments in NZ music. Hosted by presenter Karyn Hay, revisiting the events and the songs that have had the greatest influence on our music and our lives. 
 
When: Playing continuously during opening hours.
Where: The Lounge, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St.
Free entry
 
 
Showing next week:
 
7pm Wed 8 Feb - Trinity Roots: Music Is Choice 
 
7pm Thu 9 Feb - Don't Let It Get You
 
5pm Fri 10 Feb - Give it a Whirl, Episode 4
 
4.30pm Sat 11 Feb - Chronosthesia
7pm Sat 11 Feb - The Gathering 
 

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