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Upcoming Screenings and Events

Wellington News & Screenings
Tuesday 6 October, 2015

This week, decompress with the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival

Next week, join us for the Japanese Film Festival 2015

Mini-Sized Square Eyes: 10th Birthday Collection

NZ, 60 mins, G

We're thrilled to join Square Eyes Film Foundation in celebrating their 10th birthday. Square Eyes have showcased hundreds of short films at various screenings across New Zealand in the last decade, and these school holidays they'll be sharing their absolute favourite films, both old and new, from all over the big wide world, right here at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

Ideal for those aged 3 - 12, we hope you'll join us for a one-hour presentation of celebrational short films.

When:
11am Wednesday 7, Thursday 8 & Friday 9 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

Tickets $5 / Under 3s (on the knee) free

Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival Opening Night – screening of The Connection

Film: Australia, 2014, 73 min

Join us for refreshments to celebrate the opening of the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival, followed by a screening of The Connection at 6:30pm.

The Connection is a film about how frontier research is proving that there is a direct connection between your mind and your health.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with clinical psychologist Sam Powel, and physiotherapist Bart De Vries.

The Stillness, & The Moving Image festival is presented by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision and the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, supported by Off the Mat, Into the World, Secular Buddism Aotearoa New Zealand, and Mindful Aotearoa.

When:
6pm Wednesday 7 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

Koha appreciated

Yogawoman

USA, 2011, 84 min, Exempt

Yogawoman is a documentary that follows some of the women at the forefront of today's yoga movement.

Yoga was brought to the west from India by a lineage of male teachers. Now there's a generation of women who are leading the way. They're strong, they're inspiring and they're radically changing peoples lives. From the busy streets of Manhattan to the dusty slums of Kenya, uncovering a global phenomenon that has changed the face of yoga forever.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with yoga practitioners and wellbeing advocates Dr Anna Powles and Wendy Reynolds. Read more about their work here.

Also: Off the Mat, Into the World will be collecting old yoga mats for recycling at the screening, so if you have a pre-loved mat you're no longer using bring it in.

Screening as part of the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival.

When:
6.30pm Thursday 8 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$8 / $6

Room to Breathe

USA, 2013, 56 min, Exempt

Room To Breathe is a surprising story of transformation as struggling kids in a San Francisco public middle school are introduced to the practice of mindfulness meditation.

Topping the district in disciplinary suspensions, and with overcrowded classrooms creating a nearly impossible learning environment, overwhelmed administrators are left with stark choices: repeating the cycle of trying to force tuned-out children to listen or to experiment with timeless inner practices which may provide them with the social, emotional, and attentional skills they need to succeed.

Screening as part of the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival.

When:
12.15pm Friday 9 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

Koha appreciated

The Ground We Won

NZ, 2015, 91 min, M

The Ground We Won is a vérité documentary study of manhood as observed through the rites and rituals of a rural New Zealand rugby club.

With great bawdiness and camaraderie, an eclectic rugby team of farmers strive to redeem themselves from a long run of bitter loses. In the face of the hefty demands of farming and fatherhood, the Saturday game becomes the focus of the men’s passions and the ground on which their worth is proved.

This screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Neil Sorensen and Nathan Price of New Zealand Rugby. Chairing the panel is Andrew Morrison (Mental Health Foundation).

Screening as part of the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival.

When:
6.30pm Friday 9 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$10 / $8

Into Great Silence (Die Große Stille)

Germany, 2005, 164 min, G

Into Great Silence is the first film ever made chronicling life inside the Grande Chartreuse, nestled deep in the stunning French Alps. Founded in 1084, it is considered one of the world’s most ascetic monasteries, and home to the Catholic Church’s strictest order. Here the monks dedicate themselves entirely to the service of God and to spiritual life, in permanent silence. One of the most mesmerizing and poetic chronicles of spirituality ever created, this film is a rare, transformative experience for all.

Screening as part of the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival.

When:
1pm Saturday 10 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$8 / $6

A Monster In Paris

Belgium, 2011, 90 min, PG - Low level violence and classic bad-guy antics

Animator Bibo Bergeron (A Shark's Tale / The Road To Eldorado) delivers a lively love letter to Paris (and the art of filmmaking) a hundred years ago, featuring a sassy singer, a projectionist and a musically gifted giant flea.

A Monster in Paris is presented in partnership with Square Eyes Film Foundation, with support from the Wellington City Council.

When:
4.30pm Saturday 10 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$8 / $6

 

Baraka

UK, 1992, 96 min, PG

Originally shot in 25 countries, on six continents, Baraka brought together a series of stunningly photographed scenes to capture what director Ron Fricke calls "a guided mediation on humanity." 

Named after a Sufi word that translates roughly as "breath of life" or "blessing," Baraka is Ron Fricke's impressive follow-up to Godfrey Reggio's non-verbal documentary film Koyaanisqatsi. Fricke was cinematographer and collaborator on Reggio's film, and for Baraka he struck out on his own to polish and expand the photographic techniques used on Koyaanisqatsi.

Screening as part of the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival.

When:
7pm Saturday 10 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$8 / $6

 

Tanka Films

NZ, 2007, 24 min, Exempt

“One morning, after returning to live in New Zealand in 2004, I walked into the bathroom and found a moth clinging to the handle of my razor. [A] verse formed [in my mind] at that moment, and as I had recently bought a digital camcorder in the United States, I filmed the moth as well. The rain is continuous, as a moth is sleeping on the stem of my razor I decide to remain unshaved This would become the first of 26 Tanka Films, tanka being an unrhymed Japanese verse form of five lines. Although I began with five shots to correspond with the five line form of tanka, it soon became unnecessary to adhere to a five-shot sequence; sometimes the filmed images were so strong that only three shots were needed. Over the two years of filming, a natural thematic development occurred. I started with everyday images from my home and neighbourhood, and then extended the terrain to include a wide range of subject matter.” – filmmaker Richard von Sturmer, quoted on circuit.org.nz

Showing as part of the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival.

When:
Showing continuously during open hours, Thursday 8 - Saturday 10 October

Where:
Gallery, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

Free admission

Take Notice Room

This year the Stillness, & The Moving Image Festival is excited to offer a new element to your moviegoing experience. Onsite at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision we’re creating a calm, comfortable and quiet space for stillness and reflection, where festival goers can come and savour some moments of mindfulness. To assist you in enjoying some inner stillness, we’ll be offering some simple, accessible, guided mindfulness exercises from the popular app Headspace. These will play 30 minutes before screenings from Thursday of the festival week. Allow 15 min for this (incl intro). 

Japanese Film Festival 

Kindly sponsored by the Embassy of Japan, the Japanese Film Festival presents a vivid selection of recent Japanese Films.

PROGRAMME
6pm, Tuesday 13 October:
Wood Job! / (Ujjobu) Kamisari nânâ nichijô
6pm, Wednesday 14 October:
Thermae Romae
6pm, Thursday 15 October:
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness / Yume to kyôki no ôkoku
6pm, Friday 16 October:
Lady Maiko / Maiko wa redî

When:
Tuesday 13 - Friday 16 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

Free admission (first in, first served)

Spirited Away

Japan, 2001, 129 mins, PG - Supernatural themes (Square Eyes recommends 9+), director Hayao Miyazaki

From Hayao Miyazaki, one of the most celebrated filmmakers in the history of animated cinema, comes the Academy Award-winning masterpiece, Spirited Away, considered by many to be one of the finest of all animated films.

Spirited Away is a deeply enchanting and impressively crafted hand-drawn fantasy about a young girl who discovers a secret world of strange spirits, creatures and sorcery.

Presented in partnership with Square Eyes Film Foundation, with support from the Wellington City Council.

When:
4.30pm Saturday 17 October

Where:
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Wellington

$8 / $6

 


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