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

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Wellington Screenings & Events
Week of Thursday 14 June, 2018
 
Thursday 14th: Pounamu: Te Puea and Guide Rangi at 5:30pm, Camera on the Shore at 7pm
Friday 15th:  Waru at 7pm
Saturday 16th: Pounamu: Kawiti and Te Kooti Parts One & Two at 4.30pm, Mount Zion at 7pm
NZ, 1990, 55 mins, Exempt
 
In order to give whānau and iwi an opportunity to rephrase the historical record, in 1990 TVNZ's Māori Programme Department produced Pounamu. The television series profiled and celebrated many important Māori figures. This episode profiles Guide Rangi and Te Puea Herangi, two Māori women who championed the Māori cause.

Screening Thursday 14 June at 5.30pm
Tickets $5

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NZ, 2009, 101 mins, Exempt

Graeme Tuckett’s lavishly illustrated documentary-cum-tribute is constructed around a long, revealing interview with the film maker, Barry Barclay and reviews his groundbreaking achievements.

Screening 14 & 22 June at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 2017, 88 mins, M – VLSCD (violence, offensive language, sex scenes and content that may disturb)

“A sisterhood of Māori female directors bravely share their insights into the complexity of child abuse, in a sequence of eight short films that seamlessly become one.” — Mihingarangi Forbes, RNZ/The Hui

Screening 15 & 23 June at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 2013, 96 mins, PG – Coarse Language

This is a heartfelt drama, a family saga, a get-ahead-in-showbiz story, a late 70s time capsule and a musical tribute to Bob Marley, all with the star-power of Stan Walker, Temuera Morrison and Miriama Smith.
 
Saturday 16 & 21 June at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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In order to give whānau and iwi an opportunity to rephrase the historical record, in 1990 TVNZ's Māori Programme Department produced Pounamu. The television series profiled and celebrated many important Māori figures. This is a triple-episode screening profiling Te Ruki Kawiti and Te Kooti.
 
Screening Saturday 16 June at 4.30pm
Tickets $5

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Coming up next... 
NZ, 1990, 55 mins, Exempt

Two episodes of TVNZ's 1990 Māori programme Pounamu, looks at Tahupōtiki Wiremu Rātana and Sir Āpirana Turupa Ngata.

Screening 20, 21, 22 June at 5.30pm
Tickets $5

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NZ, 2010, 100 minutes, M-LCD (Offensive language & content that may disturb)
 
Rawiri Paratene stars as the self-proclaimed Second Son of God needing a miracle to save his down-and-out friends from eviction in this heartfelt drama.
 
Screening 20 & 27 June 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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NZ, 1988, 96 mins, PG
 
This is cinema at its purest and best. The year is 1895, and the goldrush which once filled the desolate valleys of Central Otago with hordes of miners has been over for thirty years. But two Chinese remain.
 
Screening 23 June at 4.30pm, 29 June at 7pm
Tickets $10/$8

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Online exhibition
 
In late 1893 New Zealand women, both Māori and Pākehā, were able to vote in an election for the first time. We've recently launched an online exhibition featuring audio interviews with six women who were involved in the suffrage movement and voted in the first general election open to women.
 
Listen to what they had to say about their lives at the time and their motivations for signing and voting.

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