Early Dunedin on Film

November 3, 2008 at 4:45 pm | Posted in Centenary, Events | Leave a comment

Enjoy viewing earliest moving images of Otago courtesy of the Film Archives. Subjects include the tour of inspection of the Defence Forces by Lord Kitchener (1910); dramatic footage of the Wreck of the SS Tyrone (1913); The Garden Fete at ‘Terangi’ (1913); a Living Flag made by school children in a Dunedin park (1923), and the New Zealand and South Seas International Exhibition (1924).

Piano accompaniment by well known Dunedin musician, Eli Gray-Smith.

  • Saturday 8 November 6.00pm
  • Regent Theatre
  • Gold coin donation
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