Almost 20 years ago, New Zealand held its first MMP election.  As we countdown the final days of the Local Elections 2016 it is a significant anniversary to mark with the screening of a remarkable political film that chronicles the new MMP dawn.
Join us this Wednesday 5 October on the final day to post voting documents (votes can be hand delivered up until midday 8 October at local libraries).
In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the first MMP election a special screening of the brilliant fly on the wall documentary film
Directed by Tony Sutorius

Date: Wednesday 5 October (final day to post your voting paper)

Place: Capitol Cinema, 610 Dominion Road
Time: 7.30pm 
Tickets:  $20 (recommended minimum) please considering donating as much as you can per ticket
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More about the film
In 1996 Tony Sutorius got his hands on a new digital video camera, days before the start of an election campaign in Wellington Central. Made on the proverbial shoestring, this feature-length documentary chronicles five of those battling for the crown as a new political age — MMP — dawns. Richard Prebble joins a new party called Act, the National candidate joins United New Zealand… and one of the five will be sacrificed by their own party. Sutorius sat through 55 hours of footage to forge the result, which won enthused, sellout audiences at the 1999 NZ Film Festival