Fire of Love
The greatest lava fuelled love story ever told
Thanks to Madman Films we've got a number of double passes to give away to Fire of Love, which is opening in New Zealand cinemas on 22 September.
To be in to win you need to be a current GSNZ member. Send your name and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 September. All entries will be put in a hat and the winners drawn at random. Winners only will be notified.
We will also be giving away passes at the Hochstetter lectures where the movie is playing at a theatre nearby.
You can check if the movie is coming to a theatre near you here.
Intrepid French scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft devoted their lives to uncovering the mystery of volcanoes, chasing fire around the world and in the process capturing some of the most spectacular imagery of the earth ever recorded. Told through the lenses of this magnetic couple, FIRE OF LOVE is a visual romance that takes place on an intimate and awesome scale, exploring how their shared passion enabled pioneering research in the 1970s and 80s that helped save lives, but ultimately ended their own.
Directed by Sara Dosa and narrated by Miranda July, this lyrical archival collage pulls from hundreds of hours of rare and never-before-seen footage and photographs shot by the Kraffts, channeling the humor, affection, and insatiable curiosity that was integral to their partnership and which left behind a legacy that has forever enriched our understanding of the natural world.
Playing in theatres across New Zealand from 22 September.
You can view dates and locations here as well as book tickets.