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What's on: films and events at Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

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Wellington Screenings & Events
Week of Wednesday 21 February, 2018
 
Wednesday 21st: Modern Love at 5.30pm, Last Dogs of Winter at 7pm
Saturday 24th: Doc Edge Presents: Tickled at 4.30pm, Mr Six at 6.30pm
NZ, 1998, 45 mins, exempt
 
This 1990s series presented by Mandy Smith and Jason Hoyte is all about the trials and triumphs of love and romance. We're screening the first and last episodes from the first series.
 
Screening 21 February
Tickets $5

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NZ, 2011, 97 mins, exempt

Escape the heat and celebrate the start of the Chinese Year of the Dog with this gorgeously rendered documentary about one man’s mission to preserve and breed an endangered species, the Qimmiq, Canada’s indigenous Eskimo dog.
 
Screening 21 & 23 February
Tickets $10/$8


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NZ, 1955, 60 mins, PG

We care for some amazing taonga and our archive experts have many wonderful preservation stories to tell so, at least once a quarter, Treasures from the Vaults will serve up the best of those preservation treasures and stories at our Wellington cinema. Our first featured treasure is Brian Brake's Snows of Aorangi. Join us at 5.30pm for a complimentary drink before the 6pm screening.
 
Screening 22 February at 5.30pm
Tickets $10/$8
(includes complimentary drink)

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NZ, 1989, 32 mins, exempt
 
Considered to be one of New Zealand’s most influential artists, this profile of the life and art of painter Frances Hodgkins (28 April 1869 – 13 May 1947) originally screened in 1989 as part of the iconic Kaleidoscope television series.
 
Screening 23 February & 1 March at 5.30pm
Tickets $5

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NZ, 2016, 92 mins, M – offensive language & sexual themes
 
In this cult kiwi doco journalist David Farrier intends to document an international tickling competition for kicks. Instead, he finds a bizarre and even threatening world created by a bully with deep pockets.
 
Screening 24 February
Tickets $12.70 online (
or $11.50 at the counter)

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China, 2015, 134 mins, R13 – Violence, offensive language and sex scenes
 
A well respected man residing in what's left of old-Beijing attempts to exonerate his son from his wrongdoings with his own methods and beliefs. Brought to Ngā Taonga by the Pacific Culture and Arts Exchange Centre as part of the New Zealand China Film Festival.
 
Screening February 24 at 6.30pm
FREE EVENT

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USA, 2007, 25 minutes

Taika Waititi directed this episode of the Emmy award-nominated HBO series created by Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie. Along with series regular Rhys Darby, this episode stars Anziz Ansari as Sinjay, the rude fruit vendor who refuses to sell his goods to Bret and Jemaine because they are New Zealanders.
 
Screening in The Lounge, Te Wahi Noho, on continuous loop until 3 March.
 
Lounge screenings are free.

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Coming up next...
 
USA, 1984, 88 mins, exempt
 
If you were hoping to see Talking Head's David Byrne at the International Arts Festival, don’t feel too despondent that he's not able to make it – you can catch him on our big screen in the acclaimed Jonathan Demme concert movie Stop Making Sense. This concert film is widely regarded as one of the finest examples of the genre.
 
Screening 28 February & 27 March at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 2017, 90 minutes (film 15 minutes) rating TBC
 
Filmmaker, educator, visual artist and author, Welby Ings will introduce and screen his latest short film, Sparrow, to New Zealand audiences after screenings in film festivals in the US, Europe and Canada. Sparrow is the beautiful story of a small boy who is teased because he thinks he can fly. 
 
Screening 3 March at 4.30pm
Koha

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The third New Zealand Bicycle Film Festival is devoted to bike riders of all persuasions, from hard-core mountain bikers to leisurely eBikers and their support crews. The Festival programme has something for everyone, including the first feature film by a female Saudi film maker (Wadjda) and a documentry described as the finest film about professional cycling (A Sunday in Hell).
 
Festival runs from 7 – 17 March 
84 Taranaki St, Wellington
 
 
NZ/Australia/France, 1993, 122 mins, M – Sex scenes
 
25 years ago, cinema-goers around the world were captivated by this extraordinary tale of desire, violence and hope. This screening is in support of the Royal New Zealand Ballet's season of The Piano: The Ballet.
 
Screening 1 – 3 March
Tickets $10/$8

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Wellington Cinema & Café
 
Friday Happy Hour Special at our Wellington cinema and cafe
Grab a beer or wine with a Toastie Sammie for just $8! Every Friday between 5pm – 7pm.
 
Our Wellington cinema and cafe is located on the corner of Taranaki and Ghuznee Streets. 
 
Our fully licenced cafe has free wifi and is open from 8:30am weekdays and before Saturday screenings. Grab a snack and your favourite beverage before heading into the cinema!

For more information on our screenings, call the events info line: (04) 499 3456.
 
Address postal inquiries to:
Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
PO Box 11449
Manners Street
Wellington 6142
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