Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Meet Marco Gianstefani, director of the documentary Karamea - Thursday 30 May
Director Marco Gianstefani, author and director of Karamea, will talk about the idea behind and the challenges of making this documentary which illustrates the inspiring journey of a bunch of modern-hippies trying to change the world from one of the most remote places on earth, Karamea, a small rural town on the top of New Zealand’s southern island.
In a place where, for unknown reasons, everybody who has ever come has never left, the documentary follows the pioneering stories of Paul Murray, Gerar Toye and their unusual crew establishing the Living in Peace Project, an attempt to chase an economical and environmental revolution far away from any glimpse of the civilised world.
Thursday 30 May, 4.30pm Dante School, Freemans Bay Community Centre 52 Hepburn Street
Click here to see the trailer, with Italian subtitles.
Screenings in Auckland:
Sat 01 June, 6.15 PM | Auckland | Q&A post-screening
Tue 04 June, 4.00 PM | Auckland | Q&A post-screening