When a city falls [videorecording] /Frank Film presents in association with the New Zealand Film Commission, NZ on Air & Neil Graham; a film by Gerard Smyth.Material type: Visual materialPublisher: [Auckland, N.Z.] : Roadshow Entertainment [distributor], c2012Description: 1 videodisc (106 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Earthquakes -- New Zealand -- Christchurch -- Personal narratives | Earthquake damage -- New Zealand -- Christchurch -- Personal narratives | Earthquake aftershocks -- New Zealand -- Christchurch -- Personal narratives | Documentary films -- New Zealand | Christchurch (N.Z.) | Christchurch Earthquake, N.Z., 2011 -- Personal narrativesGenre/Form: Feature films. | Video recordings for the hearing impaired.DDC classification: 551 | 993.83
|Item type||Current location||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due|
|Local Heritage||Waimate Local Heritage Section||Local Heritage - Not for loan||551 (Browse shelf)||Not for loan|
"Full theatrical version ; contains footage not seen on TV"--Container.
"The people's story : the Canterbury earthquakes, shot in the streets of Christchurch. What happens to half a million New Zealanders the year their lives change forever."--Container.
Written and directed by Gerard Smyth ; produced by Alice Shannon, Gerard Smyth ; executive producer, Paul Swadel.
Featuring Richard Nunns.
"Spring, 2010 and all is well on the Canterbury Plains. Lambs, blues skies and daffodils. Punts push new season's tourists along Christchurch's Avon River. They photograph the 'Garden City' -- the "most English city outside of England". We get hit with a 7.1 earthquake. We stand up, wave our fists at the heavens and compliment ourselves on our ability to recover. And then we get hit even harder. Now the city has fallen. Many are dead. Many injured. Many narrowly escape. A fragile people reappear in the following days. Once again a response is growing. Communities are rising from the sand. People are holding tight. And now the whole country is rallying for Christchurch. 'When a City Falls' travels way beyond earthquake reactive television footage to a tale of hope, to an inspiring observation of the kindness of human hearts."--Container.
"The Canterbury earthquakes, shot in the streets of Christchurch. What happens to half a million New Zealanders the year their lives change forever"--container cover.
NZ Rating M: Suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over. Note: Contains offensive language.
DVD ; Region 0 ; PAL ; Widescreen: 16:9 ; Dolby digital.
In English ; with English subtitles.