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Upcoming Screenings and Events

Wellington News & Screenings
Tuesday 13 October, 2015

This week, we host the Japanese Film Festival 2015

Also: join us for the Mini-Sized Square Eyes Saturday Matinee Animation Series

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 as part of the Saturday Matinee Animation Series, 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

 

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.

When:
7pm Saturday 17, Wednesday 21, Thursday 22, Friday 23, Saturday 24, Wednesday 28, Thursday 29, Friday 30 & Saturday 31 October

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

$10 / $8

A Town Called Panic

Belgium, Luxembourg, France, 2009, 75 min, PG - features occasional bad language and a party scene with some excess drinking (Square Eyes recommends 9+)

Masters of the hilarious and frequently surreal, A Town Called Panic directors Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar have created a stop-motion extravaganza with endless charms and raucous laughs for those aged nine to ninety. 

Based on the Belgian animated cult TV series (which was released by Wallace & Gromit’s Aardman Studios), A Town Called Panic stars three plastic toys named Cowboy, Indian and Horse who share a rambling house in a rural town that never fails to attract the weirdest events.

Presented as part of the Saturday Matinee Animation Series, in partnership with Square Eyes Film Foundation, with support from the Wellington City Council.

When:
4.30pm Saturday 24 October

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

$8 / $6

On the Blog: 57 Years On the Wireless

This week in Audio Curios: Neil Collins recounts starting up a Hit Parade, and the “light and shade” of radio announcing – an industry he worked within for 57 years. The interview featured in Jim Sullivan’s Sounds Historical (4 October 2015), which is collected as part of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision’s 24/7 capture of Radio New Zealand National. Listen here.


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