Article Title:Doco Fest preview: Te Manu Ahi
Category:Movies
Author or Credit:GayNZ.com staff
Published on:25th May 2015 - 11:02 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
Internet Archive link:https://web.archive.org/web/20170423044601/http://www.gaynz.com/articles/publish/20/article_16873.php
NDHA link:http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/ArcAggregator/arcView/frameView/IE28141248/http://www.gaynz.com/articles/publish/20/article_16873.php
Note that the National Library of New Zealand (NDHA) website uses both cookies and frames. The first time you click on a link it first may take you to the archived front page of gaynz.com. Close the window and try again. This is because the NDHA website uses cookies and you cannot access an indiviual page without visiting the front page first
Story ID:16873
Text:A short film by talented Auckland couple Andy Jalfon and Skot Barnett is showing at the Documentary Edge Festival. Te Manu Ahi follows the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and Atamira Dance Company as they collaborate to produce a stage spectacle. Te Manu Ahi follows Catherine Blomfield and Moss Patterson as they prepare the students for the performance of a lifetime. With a cast from ages 5 to 25 and a wide range of backgrounds and cultures, Te Manu Ahi unites them with dance. The show also features Auckland's sound of the city, the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, to bring power to the performance. With a high energy of colour, sound and movement, this is a story that will inspire and amaze, with breathtaking performances to behold. Its showing again on Monday 25 May at midday and Saturday 30 May at 10.30am at Auckland’ Q Theatre, and Friday 5 June, Sunday 7 June and Saturday 13 June at The Roxy Cinema in Wellington. More info and tickets here   GayNZ.com staff - 25th May 2015    
Disclaimer:This page displays a version of the GayNZ.com article with all formatting and images removed. It was harvested automatically and some text content may not have been fully captured correctly: access this content at your own risk. A copy of the full article is available (off-line) at the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand. This online version is provided for personal research and review and does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of PrideNZ.com. If you have queries or concerns about this article please email us
Reproduction note:Just before GayNZ.com closed in May 2017, the website owners wrote this article about reproducing content from the website: "our work has always been available for glbti people to use and all we ask is that you not plagiarise it... if you use it anywhere please attribute it to GayNZ.com and where there is an authors name attached please acknowledge that writer."