Kit & Maynie [videorecording (DVD)] : tea, scones & nuclear disarmament / a Coconut Free Press Trust production; in association with Susi Newborn and Claudia Pond Eyley.
Contributor(s): Newborn, Susi | Eyley, Claudia Pond | Nelson, Kit | Thompson, Maynie | Coconut Free Press Trust.Material type: Visual materialPublisher: [Auckland, N.Z.] : Coconut Free Press Trust, c2009Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 47 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscOther title: Kit and Maynie.Subject(s): Nelson, Kit | Thompson, Maynie, 1919- | Antinuclear movement -- New Zealand | Women pacifists -- New Zealand -- Biography | Pacifists -- New Zealand -- BiographyGenre/Form: Documentary films. | DVDs.DDC classification: 327.172092293
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"Archival footage: TVNZ Television Archive, Helen Caldicott, Women's Peace Flight, 'Just One Step" Great Peace March, Greenpeace NZ"--Container.
"Filmed on location at Waiheke Island and Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand"--Container.
"Financed by: Waiheke Island Community Cinema Trust, The Society of Friends in New Zealand, Peace and Disarmament Education Trust, Community Organisation Grants Scheme, ASB Trust, Lottery National, Waiheke Island Community Board, Auckland City Council".
Directed and produced by Susi Newborn and Claudia Pond Eyley ; written & researched by Claudia Pond Eyley & Susi Newborn ; filmed by Baz Catcheon, Chris Pryor & Scott Ewing ; second camera, Anita Bravo, Carlos Valdivieso & Helen O'Connell.
Music: Baz Caitcheon, One Giant Leap, Whirimako Black, Herbs, Pacific Peace Band, Fly My Pretties.
Interviewees: Maynie Thompson, Kit Nelson, Skate, Lynx, Anne MacFarlane, Trevor Darvill, Rt Hon. Helen Clark.
A tribute to Kit Nelson and Maynie Thompson, two 90 year old peace activists who live on Waiheke Island in the Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand, and have campaigned for nuclear disarmament since 1984. Describes their travels to protests and Greenham Common, and participation in the US "Great Peace March for Nuclear Disarmament".
Exempt from classification.
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