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Sunday Features, April 9 to Sunday May 7

Sunday Features, Kiriata Ratapu, screening on Maori Television from Sunday April 9 to Sunday May 7 2006:


SURIKA & MILIA

Sunday April 9 at 9.00 PM

Key Israeli figures in the formation of the Kibbutz society battle with their impending death.


HIMALAYA

Sunday April 16 at 9.00 PM

A ritual mountain crossing that becomes an ancestral duel is the basis of this Oscar-nominated feature film.


WINDHORSE

Sunday April 23 at 9.00 PM

A film about Chinese-occupied Tibet – the first dramatic feature of the Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Paul Wagner.


HANA-BI

Sunday April 30 at 9.00 PM

A film written, directed, edited and starring acclaimed Japanese filmmaker Takeshi Kitano.


INJUSTICE

Sunday May 7 at 9.00 PM

Families of people that have died in police custody in England fight for justice in this award-winning documentary film.


ENDS

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