2015 Films

Friday 11 September 


8:00pm

Karakia

Guests are welcome into the Raglan Old School Arts Centre for the 2015 Raglan Film Festival.

Tippahee
14 mins
A captivating documentary about the journey of a taonga from Aotearoa, and its final repatriation after years abroad. Q&A led by Komako Silver

Ever the Land
93 minutes

ever-the-landA New Zealand documentary following the building of Tūhoe’s “living building”. Ever the Land tracks the birth of this building and provides an artful insight into the gentle ebb and flow of Tūhoe life.


Saturday 12 September


3:00pm Nevereverland
48 mins
Entry by koha

A documented live performance from Whaingaroa Youth Movement about pirates, mermaids and fairies. Entry by koha.


4:00pm Ever the Land
93 mins

Ever the LandA New Zealand documentary following the building of Tūhoe’s “living building”. Ever the Land tracks the birth of this building and provides an artful insight into the gentle ebb and flow of Tūhoe life.

Preceded by Tippahee (14 mins)

A captivating documentary about the journey of a taonga from Aotearoa, and its final repatriation after years abroad.


8:00pm Tangerines
87 mins

tangerinesThe Academy Award nominated drama set during the 1992 Georgian war. Estonian grandfather Ivo has two unexpected houseguests – a Georgian and a Chechen, both sworn enemies. As the war rages outside, the men must find a way to resolve their differences.

Preceded by Ross & Beth (15 mins)

A drama about a rough-as-guts 70-year-old farmer who is forced to cope with the sudden death of his wife, and a teenage boy who becomes his unlikely saviour.


Sunday 13 September


10am to 2pm Creative Market

Exciting free previews running in the Theatre Room at the Old School during the Raglan Creative Market.


4:30pm Tangerines
87 mins

TangerinesThe Academy Award nominated drama set during the 1992 Georgian war. Estonian grandfather Ivo has two unexpected houseguests – a Georgian and a Chechen, both sworn enemies. As the war rages outside, the men must find a way to resolve their differences.

Preceded by Ross & Beth (15 mins)


8:00pm Tomorrow We Disappear
80 mins

tomorrow-we-disappearA documentary looking at the Kathputli colony of jugglers, acrobats, puppeteers, painters, folk singers and magicians in India, faced with disruption after the land is due to be bulldozed to make way for a skyscraper.

Preceded by Save the Maui Dolphin Today


Wednesday 16 September


4:30pm Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago
84 mins

walking-the-caminoAn up-close look at one of humanity’s most time-honoured traditions: walking the ancient pilgrim path, the Camino de Santiago. Whatever their motivation, no one can predict just how their path will unfold, who they will meet, what personal demons or angels they will face, or what transformations they will undergo by the trail’s end.

Preceded by Message to the Minister (5 mins)

Made as part of Maui Dolphin Day, a message from the Raglan community to the Minister of Conservation Hon. Maggie Barry, urging the immediate need for actions to save the Maui’s dolphins from extinction.


7:30pm Raglan Short Film Selection 1

Maui Dolphin Day (4 mins)
A look at the Maui Dolphin Day, in support of the world’s rarest dolphin. Features Green MP Gareth Hughes.

Raglan Remembers WW1 (20 mins)
This short but highly informative documentary about Raglan’s war-time history commemorates the centenary of World War I.

C’Bon Collection (9 mins)
Footage from a fashion event at Cbarn, highlighting the elegant 2015 collection from Raglan fashion designer and artist Jean Carbon.

Raglan Neighbourhood (30 mins)
As part of TV One’s Neighbourhood series, Masterchef winner Aaron Brunet introduces the diverse and colourful community who call Raglan home.

Entry by koha


9:00pm Raglan Short Film Selection 2

Avalanche City – “Inside Out” (4 mins)
With Avalanche City’s No.1 single as the soundtrack, the “Inside Out” video takes a one-shot wander down a path and into the ocean.

Kühl (5 mins)
“One Kühl Day in Raglan.” A day in the life of Raglan, looking at Raglan Backpackers, surfing, the supermarket and coffee.

The Ultimate Waterman (48 mins)
A look at New Zealand’s very own international surf event, The Ultimate Waterman – won by Raglan surfer, Daniel Kereopa.

Entry by koha


Thursday 17 September


4:30pm Learning to Drive
105 mins

learning-to-driveThe unlikely friendship between Wendy, a fiery Manhattan author, and Darwan, the soft-spoken Indian taxi driver who she hires to teach her to drive.

Preceded by Whenua (7)


8:00pm Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago
84 mins

walking-the-camino-2An up-close look at one of humanity’s most time-honoured traditions: walking the ancient pilgrim path, the Camino de Santiago. Whatever their motivation, no one can predict just how their path will unfold, who they will meet, what personal demons or angels they will face, or what transformations they will undergo by the trail’s end.

Preceded by Message to the Minister (5 mins)


Friday 18 September


4:30pm Tomorrow We Disappear
80 mins

Tomorrow We DisappearA documentary looking at the Kathputli colony of jugglers, acrobats, puppeteers, painters, folk singers and magicians in India, faced with disruption after the land is due to be bulldozed to make way for a skyscraper.

Preceded by Save the Maui Dolphin Today


8:00pm Learning to Drive
105 mins

LTD_03The unlikely friendship between Wendy, a fiery Manhattan author, and Darwan, the soft-spoken Indian taxi driver who she hires to teach her to drive.

Preceded by Whenua (7)