The Man on the Island: Film Premiere and Q & A Session

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The story of one man, Colin McLaren, and one tiny island, Rakino in the Hauraki Gulf – off the grid, challenging and stunningly beautiful. The film is premiering at the Len Lye Cinema, followed by a Q & A with director Simon Mark-Brown. The first film made in New Zealand post-Covid, The Man on the Island by Simon Mark Brown, makes its Taranaki premiere, telling the story of one man, Colin McLaren, and one tiny island, Rakino in the Hauraki Gulf – off the grid, challenging and stunningly beautiful. The 77-year-old artistic, philosophical and erudite man moved to the remote island thirty years ago. Colin's own path to a reclusive lifestyle unwittingly shines a light on society's plight in a pandemic. 2020 - NZ - 78 min - Dir. Simon Mark-Brown

Contact Details & Additional Info

Physical Address

Corner Queen and Devon Street, New Plymouth, Taranaki

Restrictions

All Ages

Location

$12
General Admission
$10
Concession

Wed 02 Dec, 7:00 PM

Len Lye Centre, New Plymouth, Taranaki

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