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Film Ross Sea appeal- Children meet Hillary

Film Ross Sea appeal- Children meet Hillary

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The National Film Unit's film Ross Sea Appeal- Children meet Hillary (1955). Archives New Zealand- Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga Reference number: AAPG 500,012 Permission of Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga must be obtained before any re-use of this material. video Edmund ...

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This National Film Unit Weekly Review film shows the official opening of the Ngāti Kahungunu war memorial meeting house at Nūhaka, Hawke's Bay, on 27 August 1949. Prime Minister Peter Fraser and other dignitaries attended the event.

WEEKLY REVIEW No. 420, Archives NZ - See
Kayforce training in NZ

Kayforce training in NZ

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The 1950 National Film Unit newsreel K-force shows an early contingent of Kayforce carrying out artillery training at Waiōuru. Kayforce was the New Zealand contingent that served in Korea. The battery is shown training on 25-pounder guns, the standard weapon of the New Zealand artillery in the ...

Arrival of US forces in New Zealand

Arrival of US forces in New Zealand

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Leatherneck diary: Footage of US forces in New Zealand during the Second World War taken by the National Film Unit. This particular film was based on the diary of a US Marine – Private Bob Hatch. Archives New Zealand Reference: Weekly Review No. 76 See more about this film on Archives New ...

Preparing rowers' camp for 1950 Empire Games

Preparing rowers' camp for 1950 Empire Games

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This 1949 National Film Unit presentation shows preparations for the 1950 Empire Games rowing competitions on Lake Karapiro. Film courtesy of Archives New Zealand- Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga Reference: Weekly Review No 432, pt 1 Permission of Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga ...

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Film Unit Weekly Review film shows former POWs being welcomed at Whakarewarewa and Ōhinemutu, Rotorua.

WEEKLY REVIEW No. 209, Archives NZ - See reference on their film wiki website Return of Māori ...

New Zealanders in South-East Asia

New Zealanders in South-East Asia

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A 1965 National Film Unit report on the activities of New Zealanders in South-East Asia: the 1st Battalion of the Royal NZ Infantry Regiment in Borneo; the RNZAF ophthalmic team in Sarawak and Thailand; and in Vietnam, the arrival of 161 Battery, the departure of the NEWZAD engineers, and the work ...

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This National Film Unit Weekly Review film shows the ceremony held at Ruatōria on 6 October 1943 to mark the investiture of 2nd Lieutenant Te Moananui-a-Kiwa Ngārimu's Victoria Cross. More than 7000 people attended the event - described by the commentator as ...

Māori Battalion returns part 1

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http://audiovisual.archives.govt.nz/filmplayer/Weekly Review No. 232 Part 1.flv This National Film Unit Weekly Review film shows the extensive preparations made to welcome home the 28th Māori Battalion on their return to Wellington in January 1946. Porirua Māori are seen preparing shellfish and ...

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This National Film Unit Weekly Review film shows the men of the Māori Battalion being welcomed home at Aotea Quay, Wellington, after disembarking from the Dominion Monarch on 23 January 1946. B Company Sergeant Anania (Nan) Amohau, composer of the ...

'Country Lads' leaving for war

'Country Lads' leaving for war

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New Zealand's early echelons leave for war front. This is the first film made by the New Zealand National Film Unit in 1941 and shows a parade through the streets of Wellington and the departure of troops to Europe and North Africa. The title is a reference to a speech Hitler made referring ...

Allies in the South Pacific

Allies in the South Pacific

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Film produced in 1944 by the US Army Signal Corps in co-operation with the New Zealand National Film Unit about the wartime experiences of American troops stationed in New Zealand. This reel highlights New Zealand's provision of food to US troops serving in the Pacific, while in return the ...

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This National Film Unit Weekly Review film shows the return of the Māori Battalion to Wellington on 23 January 1946. With the formal ceremonies complete, the men of the Battalion file into wharf sheds for a hākari (feast), accompanied by more entertainment.

The film crew then ...

The 1953–4 royal tour of NZ – Auckland to Stratford

The 1953–4 royal tour of NZ – Auckland to Stratford

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See also Part 2: New Plymouth-Christchurch and Part 3: Canterbury-Bluff. Film courtesy of Archives New Zealand- Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga  Reference:  The royal tour of New Zealand, 1953–54  (National Film Unit) Permission of Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga must be obtained ...

The 1953–4 royal tour of NZ – Canterbury to Bluff

The 1953–4 royal tour of NZ – Canterbury to Bluff

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Gothic and, after an unscheduled visit to Milford Sound, left New Zealand. See also Part 1- Auckland-Stratford and Part 2- New Plymouth-Christchurch Film courtesy of Archives New Zealand- Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga  Reference:  The royal tour of New Zealand, 1953–54  (National Film Unit) Permission ...

 Sleeping Dogs movie poster

Sleeping Dogs movie poster

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In 1977 Sleeping Dogs, based on C.K. Stead’s novel Smith's Dream, became the first full-length feature film made entirely by a New Zealand production crew. It attracted large audiences here and was released in the United States. Alexander Turnbull Library Reference: Eph-E-CINEMA-1977-01 ...

New Zealand gunners on patrol- Film

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night. Archives New Zealand New Zealanders in South-East Asia (1965) by the National Film Unit Reference: W3471/16BW326 Permission of Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga must be obtained before any re-use of this material artillery ...

New Zealanders in Korea

New Zealanders in Korea

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Film showing New Zealand servicemen during the Korean War, circa 1953. HMNZS Hawea patrols the waters along Korea's coast, and shells enemy positions onshore. A fire in Pusan (now Busan) destroys a large part of the city, leaving 20,000 people homeless. In Seoul, United Nations (UN) soup ...

The 1953–4 royal tour of NZ – New Plymouth to Christchurch

The 1953–4 royal tour of NZ – New Plymouth to Christchurch

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courtesy of Archives New Zealand- Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga  Reference:  The royal tour of New Zealand, 1953–54  (National Film Unit) Permission of Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga must be obtained before any re-use of this material. video Royal Visit of 1953-54 royal tours queen ...

Treasures from the Vaults reveals freshly-preserved taonga

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Vaults is launching at the Archive’s Wellington venue on Thursday, 22 February with acclaimed photographer Brian Brake’s 1955 promotional film, Snows of Aorangi, as the featured treasure. Snows of Aorangi was the first New Zealand film to be nominated for an Oscar. Shot by Brian Brake as a National Film ...

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