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New Zealand On Screen

New Zealand On Screen

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When:

  • Sun 2 Oct ’11, 10:00am – 4:00pm

Where:

George St Festival Hub, George St, Otago

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

A travelling cinema showing solid gold Kiwi film and telly classics is coming to town during the six week period of the REAL New Zealand Festival (09 September and 23 October 2011).

Magic moments from screens big and small, and a programme of classic NZ short films, are heading to 19 towns in a souped-up retro Kiwi caravan called ‘New Zealand on Screen’ and we’re stopping in Dunedin.

Keep an eye out for the distinctively marked caravan, come into our lounge, park yourself on a pew and enjoy the best of NZ film and television culture — from Thingee to Billy T, from Sir Ed to Cheryl West, from John Britten to Burt Munro — see Kiwi spirit celebrated onscreen.

Entry is free, and our hosts will be on hand to answer any questions about NZ film and television. In the cosy viewing space there are terminals to explore the NZ On Screen website further, and an interactive photo booth where you can be the star in a postcard of a famous NZ film or TV scene that you can share via e-mail or on social networks.

The six week winter road trip is a chance to sample the best of Aotearoa film and TV, and a rare opportunity to view Kiwi short films that have made their mark at international film festivals, from the Academy Awards to Cannes.

The last two weeks will be spent parked in Hagley Park as part of Rugby World Cup Fanzone.

We look forward to seeing you along the way and sharing the goodness of New Zealand On Screen.

In Dunedin the caravan will be at the George St Festival Hub, between Frederick & Hanover Streets.

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