In the Sounds Interesting series, the Turner Centre invites locals on stage to share their story.
"An Evening with Florian."
Berlin born, Northland filmmaker Florian Habicht, tells stories from his life and travels, and interacts with the audience.
The sixty-minute talk includes a mystery short film projection, and will be followed by a 15 minute reverse Q&A, where Florian asks the audience questions.
Florian is a prolific and innovative filmmaker. He fell in love with art at Kerikeri High School, inspired by his teachers Mr Wilkie, Mr Chignell, and Mrs Ayton. He has made eight feature films to date. Kaikohe Demolition, Love Story, Woodenhead, Rubbings from a Live Man, Land of the Long White Cloud, Spookers and Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets. His most recent Northland creation James & Isey is currently screening at the Cathay Cinema, and includes scenes filmed in Kerikeri!
By purchasing a ticket to this event, you help fund Florian's next project!