TANNA

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 Start time: 7:00 pm

Film

Venue: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

As part of the ORIGINS OFFSHOOTS Indigenous Cultures Film Season at the National Maritime Museum, join us for a screening of the 2015 film TANNA, directed by Martin Butler and Bentley Dean. Nominated for the Best Foreigh Language Film Oscar, TANNA was shot on the island of Tanna in Vanuatu, and stars Melanesian islanders. It tells the true story of a couple who shunned cultural protocol and decided to marry for love.

The film will be preceded by an optional gallery tour in the Museum’s new Pacific Encounters gallery, led by Raki Ap, a refugee from West Papua in Melanesia.

Raki will give a post-screening talk chaired by ORIGINS Festival director Michael Walling, with time for audience Q&A. 

Film running time: 104 mins. Cert U
Adults £12 | NMM Members £10 | includes 1 free drink
Drinks and snacks will be available to purchase.