Article Title:30 years of stories
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Published on:5th March 2016 - 01:57 pm
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Text:This year marks the 30th anniversary of homosexual law reform in New Zealand, now more than ever, we are seeing ourselves represented on screen, our stories being told, our voices being heard. We take a look at the documentaries that are showing as part of The Wellington Pride Festival | | Tū whakahīhī e Te Whanganui-ā-Tara and the 30th anniversary of homosexual law reform celebrations.   Photo / David Hindley Thin Edge of the Wedge: Homosexual Law Reform in Aotearoa New Zealand (1985-1986) A collection of audio-visual items relating to homosexual law reform in New Zealand, including heated meetings, street rallies and debates alongside news items. $8 / $6 concession 7pm, Thursday 10 March 2016 Ngā Taonga Sound The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls This documentary celebrates the personal stories of Jules and Lynda Topp, as told for the first time ever. Offering a revealing look into the lives of the world’s only comedic, country singing, dancing and yodelling, lesbian twins. $10 / $8 concession 7:00pm, Saturday 12 March 2016 Ngā Taonga Sound   
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