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Wellington Screenings & Events
Week of Wednesday 2 May, 2018
Wednesday 2nd: Radio with Picutres at 5:30pm, When the Haka Became Boogie at 7pm
Thursday 3rd: Radio with Picutres at 5:30pm, Queen City Rocker at 7pm
Friday 4th: Radio with Picutres at 5:30pm, Struggle No More at 7pm
NZ, 1981 to 1988, Classification various
Throughout NZ Music Month we're reaching back into our vaults to present a selection of Radio with Pictures episodes, the ground-breaking music video programme that first hit our television screens in 1975 and opened our eyes to the world of music outside of hit radio!

Screening throughout May
(Check website for dates and times!)
Tickets $5

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NZ, 1990, 96 minutes, Exempt

We're presenting four episodes of the seven-part 1990 television series documenting the history of Māori popular music and featuring iconic artists like Prince Tui Teka, Tina Cross, Inia Te Wiata, Moana, the Moa Hunters and many more.

Screening 2 & 10 May at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 1986, 88 mins, M – Violence & offensive language

Music historian and former Rip it Up writer, Chris Bourke will introduce this film about teenagers caught between police, rival gangs and criminal bosses who find their escape in rock music. Featuring music by Ardijah, Graeme Brazier, No Tag and Fetus Productions.

Screening 3 & 11 May at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 2006, 87 mins, Exempt

Costa Botes' affectionate music documentary on Wellington band – The Windy City Strugglers – one of New Zealand’s most enduring blues bands.

Screening 4 & 12 May at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 2009, 84 minutes, M – Offensive Languange and Sexual References

The extraordinary story of Jools and Lynda Topp.

"The greatest movie ever made about a lesbian twin sister country singing, yodeling comedy act." 
— Linda Barnard, Toronto Star

Screening 5 & 25 May at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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Coming up next... 

Philip Dadson: Sonics From Scratch
2015, 85 minutes. Exempt

Celebrating NZ Music Month with this polished and engaging documentary charting the career of avant-garde musician and artist, Philip Dadson.
Screening 9 May at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 1999, 94 mins, R16
Five flatmates find something growing in their basement much to their delight, but when the rightful owner comes knocking and finds that they have appropriated the goods things start to go awry.
Screening 16 & 17 May at 7pm 
Tickets $10/$8

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Moana with Sound 
Tell your Auckland friends and family! We’re screening the extraordinary docu-drama Moana with Sound in at the Māngere Arts Centre – Ngā Tohu o Uenuku, Auckland on Saturday, 5 May at 3pm. Filmed in Safune on the island of Savai’i, this is a rare opportunity to be immersed in the Samoa of the 1920s. This free screening is followed by a panel discussion with Pasifika film and television experts. Reserve your seats at Eventfinda.
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Current Vacancies 
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision is New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. We save and cherish the stories, creativity and history of Aotearoa New Zealand in sound and moving images. We currently have two exicitng opportunities to join the team at our Wellington office. Find out more below or email if you have any questions about these roles.
Wellington Cinema & Café
Friday Happy Hour Special at our Wellington cinema and café
Grab a beer or wine with a Toastie Sammie or slice for just $8! (or skip the food for a $5 drink). Every Friday between 5pm – 7pm.
Our Wellington cinema and café is located on the corner of Taranaki and Ghuznee Streets. 
Our fully licenced café 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, please call the events info line: (04) 499 3456.


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