NEW ZEALAND FILM ARCHIVE - TV ITEMS

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A compilation of film related items comprising:

A 1987 “Te Karere” extract of over ten minutes. The film-related news item begins at 5m 55s: In London Witarina Harris (Te Arawa), accompanied by Jonathan Dennis, talks to reporter Anahera Bowen about the James MacDonald films screening in the ‘Taha Maori’ season. Maori language. (1 min 45s)

“Today Tonight” 1.5.87 extract on the restoration - as far as possible - of the 1936 feature film ‘The Wagon And The Star’. NZ Film Archive ‘Film Restorer’ Anne Manchester talks to reporter Kevin Isherwood. (4m 43s)

“Today Tonight” 11.5.87 extract on the reunion of ‘The Wagon And The Star’ cast members Faye Hinchley and Tom Pryde as they view the film at the National Film Unit. Reporter Kevin Isherwood. (4m 38s)

“Today Tonight” 29.5.87 extract on Keri De Carlo and an exhibition from his collection of portraits from ‘the Golden Age of Hollywood Photography’. The exhibition at Wellington’s Shed 11 is curated by the NZ Film Archive and the National Art Gallery. Reporter Kevin Isherwood talks to De Carlo. Also seen at the exhibition is John Pickles who thought the photograph of Jean Harlow, autographed to him in the 1930s, had been lost until he saw it on display. (2m 49s)

“Koha” 7.6.87 on Merata Mita and the making her feature film ‘Mauri’. Also interviewed are Tony Angell, Hariata Kingsnorthe, Rangi Wilson, Matekino Smith, Zac Wallace and Eva Rickard. Reporter: Temuera Morrison. English language. (14m 13s). (See F92815 for individual programme.)

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Year 1987

Reference number F4347

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 0:28:08

Production company Television New Zealand

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