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Lopdell House Gallery: Robin Kewell Film Night


7.30pm, Saturday 14 November

A Month of Living Dangerously


A filming trip to North Borneo (Sabah) where mountains were climbed, rain forests explored, politics exposed, durian and mangostines devoured, traitors, t-shirts, pitcher plants, cockroaches, cartoons, cable cars and orchid poaching... once again cameraman Robin Kewell dips into his film archive to bring this talk alive.


Setting out from the UK to shoot a tourist promotional film, things took a very different turn on arrival... film clips, photos, drawings and extracts from Robin's diary all add up for another evening of armchair adventure.


Venue Top Floor of Lopdell House, 7.30pm doors open at 7pm.


Entry $12 or $10 for Friends of Lopdell House Gallery.
Cash only on the door (no eftpos).


Booking is advised via phone 817 8087 x201 or call into the gallery shop.


Refreshments will be available.


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Opening hours The gallery is open daily from 10am - 4.30pm, except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Anzac Day morning and during exhibition installation. Admission is free thanks to the support of Waitakere City Council.


For more information please see the following website:
http://www.lopdell.org.nz/index.html

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