Set In Stone

Wellington
Tuesday to:
16 May
Sunday
21 May

Venue Location

5 Park Road, Miramar, Wellington

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ADULT
$18.00
CONCESSION Students Under 25, Seniors 60+, Film Society, Industry Guild Members
$14.00
CHILD Under 12 years are free
$0.00

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Running Time: 89 minutes

Venue Location

5 Park Road, Miramar, Wellington

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2.50%
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$1.50

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$9.00
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New Zealand | 2016 | 89 min | English | Kevin Double

In a small town twelve thousand miles away from the battlefields of Europe stands a monument dedicated to all Maori who fought for King and Country during World War One.

Constructed in 1925, it was built so generations to come would remember the supreme sacrifices made by Maori soldiers. Over time, the stone and the memories carved into it slowly crumble. Storms and earthquakes accelerate this erosion. The loss of generations and dispersal of whanau exacerbates it. Stopping the erosion, conserving the stones and rebuilding the monument will take a specialist team over a year and cost more than half a million dollars. Restoring memories, reconnecting whanau, and ultimately welcoming a World War One hero back home will take the love of a whole community.

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