Book an education session on aspects of New Zealand identity and history, as illuminated through moving images, at our Wellington cinema.
To book a screening, please select one of the programmes below and email us to arrange a time. The cost is $3 per student / $4 tertiary. No charge for attending adults and teachers. Pre-visit activities are downloadable for each topic.
All programmes except "Documentary," which is more suitable for senior students, can be tailored to different curriculum levels.
This programme looks at the way New Zealand and New Zealanders have historically been portrayed through moving images, both domestically and overseas.
A look at the history and development of advertising through moving images, with a particular focus on changing attitudes towards women, Māori and Pacific Islanders.
An overview of New Zealand’s film and television history. This programme discusses the political, economic, social and technological changes that have shaped our moving image heritage.
This programme explores notions around what a documentary is by examining its codes and conventions, using both New Zealand and international examples.
A look at the history of animated film, in New Zealand and internationally.
This programme discusses the history of Wellington through historic and contemporary footage. It examines the geographic, social and economic implications of living in Wellington.