A large menu of education screenings is available for visiting primary and secondary school groups. Refer to the education pages on the website for screening options.
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Experience New Zealand’s sound and moving image history – from the earliest days of cinema, audio recording and television, to contemporary film, television, advertisements, music videos, computer games and radio productions.
The Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision collections reflect the breadth of New Zealand's moving image history.
Te Anakura Whitihua in downtown Wellington is home to the collections and staff of Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision.
In May 2004 the organisation opened a unique complex of public spaces which include a research library, a multi-media library, a cinema, an exhibition gallery and a street cinema.
The mediaplex hosts regularly changing exhibition and screening programmes and also provides study and viewing facilities.