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Upcoming Screenings and Events

Wellington News & Screenings
Tuesday 17 November, 2015

Tomorrow evening writers Briar Grace-Smith, Max Currie, Emily Perkins, and Ken Duncum share their insights on writing a first feature film.

Next week "Song of the Kauri" (2011) explores the current perspectives and tensions surrounding sustainable planting of kauri.

So, You're Writing Your First Feature...?

Discussion: 60 min

Presented in partnership with Script to Screen: writers Briar Grace-Smith, Max Currie and Emily Perkins get together with Ken Duncum to discuss the experience of writing a first feature film.

Writing of any sort can be a lonely process. From that initial FADE IN, to hashing out that final, closest-to-perfect draft, writing a film is often a long and arduous journey. How do you keep the passion that drives you to create, while giving so much attention to structure and precision? And how can you ensure that your work stands out despite the pitfalls of inexperience? More here.

Join us from 5:30pm for a glass of wine, and stay after the talk for a slice of pizza on us!

When:
6pm Wednesday 18 November

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

$5 koha appreciated (includes a complementary glass of wine)

Hot Air: Climate Change Politics in New Zealand

NZ, 2014, 92 mins, Exempt, directors Alister Barry and Abi King-Jones

Hot Air is the story of twenty years of political struggle between politicians, scientists and activists wanting to reduce New Zealand's emission, and corporate leaders and their lobbyists working to protect profits and commercial advantage.

From the makers of Someone Else's Country and The Hollow Men, this documentary uses a wealth of archival material and original interviews, to explore the question – is it possible for a small democratic nation to address the greatest political challenge of our ages?

When:
7.30pm Wednesday 18 November
4.30pm Saturday 21 November
7pm Saturday 21 November

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

$10 / $8

Closed November 19 & 20

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision will be closed for staff training Thursday 19 & Friday 20 November.

From Pine Cone to Pinex: The Forestry Industry in NZ

NZ, 75 min, Exempt

Brought to you in association with NZ Farm Forestry, Wellington branch, we present a compilation of memorable footage of the forestry industry over the last 100 years.

These film and TV clips show the prepping of soil, the planting of millions of seeds, and the production of modern home products. Witness the felling of the mighty kauri and rimu, the humble pinus radiata, using age-old techniques and modern milling.

When:
7pm Wednesday 25 & Thursday 26 November

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

$8 / $6

Song of the Kauri

NZ, 2011, 95 min, Exempt, director Mathurin Molgat

Kauri are New Zealand’s majestic and mythological native trees. They are deeply rooted in the cultural and economic history of New Zealand, yet were nearly eradicated by early settlers and questionable government policies. Song of the Kauri explores the current perspectives and tensions surrounding sustainable planting of kauri, and the latent economic and creative potential of our sleeping giants.

The film features acclaimed musicians Jackson Browne, Nigel Gavin, Michael Chapdelaine, Tiki Taane and Miranda Adams, alongside philosophers, economists, historians, scientists, professors and woodsmen.

When:
7pm Friday 27 & Saturday 28 November

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

$8 / $6

Musika with Bill Sevesi and Jon Jonanssen

81 min, Exempt

Screening as part of the Porirua Strong Pacific Families 10th Anniversary Film Festival.

An evening of music and song, through a compilation programme of three short documentaries focusing on Pasifika musical output: Song of the South Seas - The Life and Music of Bill Sevesi (1992, director Chris Williams), Mou Piri: A Rarotongan Love Song (2013, director Karin Williams), and Bill Sevesi's Dream (2011, director Ying Ly). Read more.

When:
6pm Wednesday 25 November

Where:
Porirua Strong Pacific Families Cultural Heritage Exhibition Pop Up Gallery, 10 Hartham Place North, Porirua City Centre. See map.

Free entry

Koa o Tokelau: Treasures of Tokelau Film Screening

NZ / Tokelau, 60 min, Exempt

Screening as part of the Porirua Strong Pacific Families 10th Anniversary Film Festival.

A compilation of films that celebrate Tokelau. The programme includes excerpts from government films, home movies, and television programmes spanning over 60 years. Read more.

When:
6pm Thursday 26 November

Where: Porirua Strong Pacific Families Cultural Heritage Exhibition Pop Up Gallery, 10 Hartham Place North, Porirua City Centre. See map.

Free entry

Pollywood Twelve2014

90 min, M - Violence

Screening as part of the Porirua Strong Pacific Families 10th Anniversary Film Festival.

Pollywood Twelve2014 features a vivid selection of nine short films. This 90-minute multi-genre visual feast has something for everyone – come and sample the filmic menu. The films are presented courtesy of Craig Fasi. Read more about the films here.

When:
6pm Friday 27 November

Where: Porirua Strong Pacific Families Cultural Heritage Exhibition Pop Up Gallery, 10 Hartham Place North, Porirua City Centre. See map.

Free entry

On the Blog: Preserving the Mobile Unit Collection

The New Zealand Broadcasting Service Mobile Unit was set up after WWII, the purpose was initially to go out and record musical talent from the provinces for use in broadcast programmes for the radio – an early New Zealand’s Got Talent or X Factor.

However, the Mobile Unit also made calls on the local elderly and invited them to record their memories. Very quickly they realised that here was the real gold. In the 1940s there were people alive who remembered the New Zealand wars in Waikato and Taranaki, and the gold rushes in Coromandel and Central Otago, with memories going as far back as the 1860s. Read more.


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