FILM: SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS ONE THOUSAND ROPES
18 Jun 2017 | 1.30pm - 3.10pmBook Tickets
Middle-aged Maea is a gentle Samoan man in Wellington who helps bring babies into the world. It’s a far cry from the past when he was a tough fighter known as ‘The Lion’. Maea lost his family long ago and now lives with painful memories and a volatile spirit that lingers in his house and won’t let him forget. When his estranged daughter shows up pregnant and distressed Maea is presented with an opportunity to begin the healing process. The second film by Samoan New Zealander Tusi Tamasese (The Orator) is both tender and tough. The immediate and illuminating perspective is Samoan, but the broad and richly rewarding emotional terrain is universal.
Director, Screenwriter: Tusi Tamasese
Producer: Catherine Fitzgerald
Cast: Frankie Adams, Uelese Petaia, Sima Urale
Distributor: Transmission Films
Director Tusi Tamasese will be joining this screening as a guest of the Sydney Film Festival.
Duration1 hr 40 min
$11.50 Under 16
Phone02 9824 1121
FILM: SFF PRESENTS AN AMERICAN IN PARIS FILM MATINEE
12 Apr 2018
11.00am - 12.55pm
Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron sing and dance to the music of George and Ira Gershwin in this joyous musical and winner of six Academy Awards including Best Picture, Screenplay and Music.