A powerful drama set during the Land Wars, subverting the traditional Western genre. Geoff Murphy’s restored and re-edited version of his classic 1983 film Utu created another box office and critical success.
Based on the famous battle of Ōrākau, when Rewi Maniapoto and his 300 supporters heroically resisted the advance of over 2,000 British troops during a siege which lasted for three days. This is the film for which pioneering director Rudall Hayward is best remembered.
Pioneering Māori filmmaker Merata Mita's career spanned 20 years and her films were a unique and brave account of New Zealand social and political history. In this documentary, director Hinewehi Mohi worked with Merata Mita to tell her story including the cost of her work to her life and family.
Stay on after this 5pm session for the 7pm screening of Mita's most powerful and important documentary, Patu.
A hard hitting view from the frontline of protests that engulfed the country during the 1981 Springbok Tour. Perhaps the most important documentary made in New Zealand, directed by Merata Mita with footage supplied by a who’s who of New Zealand cinema. The result is a powerful, raw film from a staunchly Māori and anti-racist perspective.
With the remake of Goodbye Pork Pie in mainstream cinemas now, here’s your chance to revisit the original – one of New Zealand’s most popular and iconic films. Director Geoff Murphy’s tale of two men on the run in a small yellow mini had an anti-authoritarian spirit and became the first New Zealand-made film to gross over $1 million at the local box office.
A compilation of New Zealand Grand Prix footage from Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision's collection. See racing legends Stirling Moss, Jack Brabham and Bruce McLaren take to the track at Admore in Auckland, and relive the glory days, thrills and spills of grand prix racing in New Zealand.
NZ, 1974, 44 min Exempt. Directed by Tony Williams/Pacific Films
Beginning at Greymouth and racing across New Zealand, the Heatway International Rally of 1973 covered 3,000 kilometres, over 7 days, with 472 cars, 120 drivers and 3,000 helping hands. It features spectacular race footage filmed by some of New Zealand's best upcoming filmmakers.
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