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SHERLOCK JR. & SHORTS - SOUNDS OFF SCREEN

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Warkworth Town Hall

21 Neville Street

Warkworth, Auckland 0910

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SHERLOCK JR. (1924)

45 Min. - USA - PG - DIRECTED BY BUSTER KEATON LIVE MUSIC BY BERN GREEN

This film is one of Buster Keaton's funniest and most technically innovative features. He plays the floor sweeper and projectionist of a small-town movie theater who in his free time studies to be a detective.

The movie is accompanied by local Banjo and Harmonica player Bern Green. The Matakana resident is a self taught musician with a lot of inspiration and wit, taking on the challenge to play live to this exceptional piece of film history.


SHORTS

As a special we show the winning contributions from the New Zealand Regionals of the The International Youth Silent Film Festival competition.

2017 IYSFF NZ REGIONAL

FIRST PLACE
Film/Genre: ‘Tonight’ (Sci-Fi)

Filmmaker: Tina Jeong
Tauranga Girls’ College, Tauranga

SECOND PLACE:
Film/Genre: ‘The Chase’ (Slapstick)

Filmmaker: Benaiah Dunn, Thomas Dunn

Taieri College, Mosgiel

THIRD PLACE
Film/Genre: ‘The Smile Shop’ (Romance)

Filmmaker: Rose McMahon, Samuel Edwards

Home-schooled, Tauranga

2016 IYSFF NZ REGIONAL – TOP FOUR:

FIRST PLACE
Film/Genre: ‘An Homage’ (Horror)

Filmmaker: Micah Winiata, Fenella Bowater, George Sharman

New Zealand Broadcasting School, Christchurch

SECOND PLACE:
Film/Genre: ‘The Other Side of the Mirror’ (Horror)

Filmmaker: Tina Jeong, Nathalia Luna Sanz
Tauranga Girls’ College, Tauranga

THIRD PLACE EQUAL
Film/Genre: ‘Trouble In The West’ (Western)

Filmmaker: Liam Davison, Emily Davison, Jack Davison

Pahoia School, Whakamarama

THIRD PLACE EQUAL
Film/Genre: ‘Stop The Clock’ (Sci-Fi)

Filmmaker: Kiarne Heydenrych, Matthew Butler
James Hargest College, Invercargill



Sounds on Screen Music Documentary Film Festival

Experience some of the world’s best music reimagined on film. Stunning projection accompanies the crisp sounds at the newly-restored, historic Warkworth Town Hall from the 1st to the 4th of June 2017 making up New Zealand’s music documentary film festival, Sounds on Screen.

Not only do you get a great experience, but you also contribute to the Warkworth Town Hall as proceeds from the festival are part of a fundraiser for the Hall.

Beanbags available at the venue along with a selection of snacks and beverages.



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In addition to being able to buy individual film tickets, we're offering the highly discounted Choose-4 festival passes. MORE INFO AND BUY FESTIVAL PASS




ALL SOUNDS ON SCREEN EVENTS:


FRIDAY 1 JUNE

5:30 PM - ROCKSTEADY - THE ROOTS OF REGGAE

8 PM - JOE COCKER - MAD DOG WITH SOUL

SATURDAY 2 JUNE

10:30 AM - THE SOUND OF HER GUITAR

3 PM - MICHAEL JACKSON'S THIS IS IT

5:30 PM - 20 FEET FROM STARDOM

8 PM - FESTIVAL EXPRESS

SUNDAY 3 JUNE

10:30 AM - SHERLOCK JR AND SHORTS

3 PM - DIE WIESENBERGER - NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOWBUSINESS

5:30 PM - GENGHIS BLUES

8 PM - PRINCE SIGN 'O' THE TIMES




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No, we do not have a licence for you to BYO alcohol.

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What's the refund policy?

Refunds will only be issued in the case of event cancellation.

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