Motion pictures -- New Zealand
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Account Books/Film Registers
Film Research Project
Contains the article of Les Cleveland, 'What They Liked: Movies and Modernity Downunder', Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 36, No. 4, Spring 2003, pp 756-779. Also includes a photocopy of the Tom Glover caricature of Angus McCurdy and the address of Paramount Pictures - Feature Films Limited (Paramount Service of New Zealand Limited), both undated.
Poster bearing the word 'Movies' and a number of black and white drawing of various movie characters, including: Marilyn Monroe and Superman. Also includes drawing of a rat, a city and two men fighting.
New Zealand Films at: Once...Upon A...Screen...The Invisible Cinema., 1985c
Poster advertising The Invisible Cinema. Includes a three-panelled image of curtains and a chair. Also includes the name 'Marcel' written beneath the drawing of a chair. Also includes the text: 'Thanks to: Q.E.II Arts Council, N.Z. Students Arts Council, N.Z. Railways and Alternative Cinema.'
A collection of newspaper clippings, advertisements, printed articles and typed script. Details the history of New Zealand film, the government funding for the industry and New Zealand’s cinema-going culture. New Zealand productions discussed include ‘My Lady of the Cave’ (1922), ‘Broken Barrier’ (1952), ‘Once Were Warriors’ (1994), ‘Once Were Warriors 2’ (1999), ‘Greenstone’ (1999) and ‘Scarfies’ (1999). The publication date range is c. 1922-2007.
Vigil: a film by Vincent Ward., 1984c
Poster advertising the New Zealand film Vigil. Includes a black & white still image from the film of a girl holding a long branch. Also includes the texts: 'A John Maynard Production in association with The Film Corporation of New Zealand and The New Zealand Film Commission. In competition'.
Vincent Ward's A State of Siege., 1978-08-10/1978-08-16
Poster advertising a series of screening of the Vincent Ward film: A State of Siege. Includes a black & white photograph of Anne Flannery. Also includes the texts: 'Starring Anne Flannery. Produced by Timothy White, Photography by Alun Bollinger, Gold medal winner at 1978 Miami Film Festival, Winner of Golden Hugo at Chicago. Paramount - August 10-16'.