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Notes to Eternity


Sat 8 Oct 2016, 4:00pm–6:30pm
Sat 29 Oct 2016, 4:00pm–6:30pm
Sat 5 Nov 2016, 4:00pm–6:30pm

Where: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, National Library Building, 70 Molesworth Street, Thorndon, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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"notes to eternity" is a meditation on the Israel-Palestine conflict that centres on the lives and ideas of four renowned critics of Israeli policy: Noam Chomsky, Sara Roy, Norman Finkelstein and Robert Fisk. All four have strong connections to the issue across historical and cultural lines. Filmed over a number of years in multiple locations, "notes to eternity" becomes an exploration of the very act of representing injustice suffered by another.

Two of the four people featured in the film are world-renowned: the journalist and war correspondent Robert Fisk, and the philosopher, cognitive scientist, and political activist Noam Chomsky.

Robert Fisk writes for the UK's "Independent" newspaper and is based in the Middle East. His book "The Great War for Civilisation" was a global best-seller and he had sell-out sessions at the Writers and Readers Festival in Wellington when he attended a few years ago.

Noam Chomsky has been cited as one of the most important public intellectuals of all time. He has written prolifically and remains an Emeritus Professor at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

"Impressive film by New Zealander Sarah Cordery" – Bill Gosden, Director, New Zealand International Film Festival.

"It is an impressive and affecting film, an inspired and inspiring example of world-class film craft that, in its preference for a reflexive, impressionistic, contemporary aesthetic, speaks to a potentially unique (and exciting) way forward for New Zealand filmmaking." – "The Lumière Reader".

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