Central to the Soul

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Central to the Soul

 

On You Tube and free to you, an organic production in which everything is sourced locally, no internet downloads, all original kiwi content from the karakia recorded in Karitane to the closing spontaneous improvisation, between poet and musician in Tarras Memorial Hall.  In between, a gentle story of Central Otago, the touring artists, the halls and heroes, that host them.

 

Selected for the 2019 International Documentary Festival Doc Edge in Auckland and Wellington.  It is now free to view in the comfort of your bubble.  Pass it on to your network and share the love.  Pump up the volume.  Double your Bubble. www.aotnz.co.nz

 

Jim Mora on RNZ said “I have one criticism of the film…it could have been twice as long…beautiful shooting…so charming and moving the way it captures communities”

“I really really loved that film… I have had a smile on my face ever since yesterday afternoon.”

Tim Cadogan, Mayor Central Otago

 

James Croot, the film reviewer on RNZ with Catherine Ryan “A great New Zealand documentary…Arts On Tour NZ…Central to the Soul…a fascinating little documentary…”

 

Watch it here:

 

In addition, if you appreciated Bill Morris’ film  Central to the Soul, you might enjoy his earlier biography of Auckland singer Donna Dean with Dunedin musicians, touring in the US,  The Sound of Her Guitar.


Contact info:

www.aotnz.co.nz/

https://www.facebook.com/ArtsOnTourNZ/

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