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Posted Tuesday 10 May 2016

The Govett Brewster Gallery have a fantastic film programme for May including a screening of WIFT member Jeremy Macey's film The Great Maiden's Blush and WIFT member and director Rebecca Tansley's Crossing Rachmaninoff.

Check out the full programme below...

The Great Maiden's Blush

Sun 22 May 3:30 pm

$15 / $12

NZ, 2016, Colour, 108 min., M
Dir. Andrea Bosshard and Shane Loader. Two first-time single mothers from very different worlds face the challenges of new motherhood

A Beethoven Journey

Thu 19 May 6:00 pm

$15 / $12

UK, 2015, Colour, 93 min., Exempt
Dir. Phil Grabsky. Concert pianist Leif Ove Andsnes's journey with one of the greatest works for piano ever written - Beethoven's five piano concertos

Projection Series #3:

Syncopated Cinema

Sat 14 May 1:00 pm and Sat 28 May 1:00 pm

Free entry I Booking essential

Colour and B/W, 40 min., Exempt
Short films by Jordan Belson, Mary Ellen-Bute, Oskar Fischinger, Evelyn Lambert, Len Lye, and Norman McLaren.
Curated by Frank Stark, former director of the New Zealand film archive

7th New Zealand

Deaf Short Film Festival

Sat 14 May 3:30 pm and Sun 15 May 2:00 pm

Free entry I Booking essential

NZ, 2015, Colour, 45 min., M
Eight short films written, produced, directed and played by the Deaf community of New Zealand

Crossing Rachmaninoff

Sun 15 May 3:30 pm

$15 / $12

NZ/IT, 2015, Colour, 79 min., Exempt. 
Dir. Rebecca Tansley
The story of one man's journey to redemption through Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2

Goethe-Institut German Film Series

Wings of Desire

Sun 29 May 3:30pm


DE, 1987, Colour & B&W, 128 min., PG
Dir. Wim Wenders
Damiel and Cassiel are two angels in Berlin who, from lofty vantage points, watch over the fate of the people below.

Cinema tickets available online at govettbrewster.com
or from the Govett-Brewster Shop