Cinema Of Unease
Internationally acclaimed actor Sam Neill makes a personal journey in 1995 through New Zealand cinematic history to celebrate a centenary of film in New Zealand. Co-directed by Sam Neill and Judy Rymer, Cinema Of Unease looks at the cultural and historical context from which the New Zealand film industry has sprung and explores the emergence of a national cinematic style.
Cinema of Unease is part of the British Film Institute’s international series, The Century Of Cinema, in which some of the worlds most respected directors take a personal look at their national cinema.
|Directors||Sam Neill, Judy Rymer|
|Producers||Paula Jalfon, Grant Campbell|
|Executive Producers||Vincent Burke, Colin McCabe, Bob Last|
|Duration||1 X 52’|
|Rights||The British Film Institute|
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