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Upcoming Screenings and Events

Wellington News & Screenings
Tuesday 27 October, 2015

This Saturday, get into the Halloween spirit with a 10th anniversary screening of "Corpse Bride" (2005)

Next week we’re showing "Voices of the Land: Ngā Reo o te Whenua" (2014). Director Paul Wolffram will be joining us for a Q&A at the first screening.

The Ground We Won

NZ, 2015, 91 min, M, director, Christopher Pryor

The Ground We Won is a vérité documentary study. 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.

With incredibly privileged access inside this sacred men’s zone, the film captures a fascinating season of traditions, debauchery and friendship, as the men reclaim their faith in themselves. 

When:
7pm Wednesday 28, Thursday 29, Friday 30 & Saturday 31 October

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

$10 / $8

Corpse Bride

US / UK, 2005, 74 min, director Tim Burton, PG - some scenes may scare very young children (Square Eyes recommends 10+)

Come and get into the Halloween spirit with this celebratory 10th anniversary screening of Corpse Bride.

Whimsically macabre, visually imaginative, and emotionally bittersweet, this hair-raising legend is based on a 19th-century Russian folktale, in which a young man mistakenly weds a corpse while on a two-day trek to the village of his real bride-to-be. It is up to the groom's flesh-and-blood fiancée, who has been pining for the arrival of her intended, to face her wraith-like rival and make peace with her by promising to live her dreams for her and by vowing to remember her always. Only then are the living bride and groom free to proceed with their own wedding ceremony. 

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 31 October

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

$8 / $6

Koa o Tokelau: Treasures of Tokelau Festival Screenings

NZ / Tokelau, 60 mins, Exempt

Join us for a compilation of films that celebrate Tokelau.

Presented in partnership with Pataka Art + Museum.

When:
10.30am Saturday 31 October
1pm Saturday 31 October
3pm Saturday 31 October

Where:
Pataka Art & Museum, Porirua

Free admission

Voices of the Land: Ngā Reo o te Whenua

NZ, 2014, 100 mins, Exempt, director Paul Wolffram

Voices of the Land: Ngā Reo o te Whenua is Paul Wolffram’s fascinating and eloquent doco about Māori instrumental traditions accompanies Richard Nunns and Horomona Horo as they perform in a series of remarkable South Island wilderness settings.

The first screening, on Wednesday 4 November, will include an intro talk by and Q&A session with director Paul Wolffram.

When:
7pm Wednesday 4, Thursday 5, Friday 6, Saturday 7, Thursday 12, Friday 13 & Saturday 14 November
4.30pm Saturday 14 November

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

$10 / $8

Fantastic Mr. Fox

US, 2009, 87 min, PG - coarse language (Square Eyes recommends 9+), directed by Wes Anderson

Ever-quirky indie auteur Wes Anderson scores an animated hit with this stop-motion adaptation of Roald Dahl's much-loved children's tale, Fantastic Mr. Fox. A delightfully funny feast for the eyes, with terrific voice performance, and true multi-generational appeal.

Mr. and Mrs. Fox live an idyllic home life with their son Ash and visiting young nephew Kristofferson. But, after 12 years, the bucolic existence proves too much for Mr. Fox's wild animal instincts... Soon he slips back into his old ways as a sneaky chicken thief, and in doing so endangers not only his own beloved long-suffering family but also the entire woodland community.

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 7 November

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

$8 / $6

 

On the Blog: Heritage Sounds of Christchurch at the BECA Heritage Week Family Fun Day

The team from Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision’s Christchurch office occupied Gap Filler’s Dance-o-Mat recently as part of the BECA Heritage Week Family Fun Day. Read more about the Dance-o-Mat, a post-quake Christchurch institution, and listen to some of the jazz music played at the event here.


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