Film-maker, poet, artist and photographer Joanna Margaret Paul (1955-2003) made quietly observational yet radical work during her lifetime, reflecting on motherhood, domestic life, and the dichotomy between urban spaces and the natural world.
Commissioned by CIRCUIT Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand and curated by Peter Todd with the support of Creative New Zealand, Through a Different Lens/Film Work by Joanna Margaret Paul is a programme of recent digital restorations of films shot in the 1970s and early 1980s. Several of the films in this programme were recently premiered by CIRCUIT at the 2015 London Film Festival.
This talk by VUW lecturer Minette Hillyer focuses on New Zealand’s earliest film stars.
School holiday family fun! Sam, the son of famous video-game developer Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), in haunted by his father’s mysterious disappearance.
Celebrate New Zealand Music Month with a special screening of a series of animated videos by Jody Lloyd.
This Sundance award-winning film is the first feature documentary about making video games.