Join us for two nights of inspiring films and a free exhibition showcasing local and international potters.
Friday October 11th and Saturday October 12th. Lopdell House Theatre.

Free exhibition: 10am - 4pm. View a curated exhibition of ceramic forms made by Titirangi Potters' members. Enjoy the work and stay on to watch a number of short films/ documentaries in the theatre. A one hour selection of films will play starting 10.30am (and repeat each hour). No charge to watch these short films.

Feature film evenings: be inspired by feature length films and documentaries. $12 per tickets. 
Book online at Event Finder or contact Flicks cinema on 021 0222 5558 or 09 818 2489 to reserve your ticket.

Friday: The Leach Effect - by Robin Kewell. BOOK NOW.

 'The Leach Effect-St Ives' presented by film-maker Robin Kewell. 

Robin grew up near St Ives (Cornwall UK) and spent most of his life there. This special evening of film and story telling will delve into the amazing history of St Ives and shed some light on why St Ives attracted world renowned artists and potters. Through photographs, short films on the artists studios and a documentary featuring Bernard Leach and his pottery, Robin will bring Cornwall to life. Just about every potter in the West Country spent some time at the Leach Pottery, Titirangi's Len Castle was there in the early 1950's. Q&A session after the films if desired.

Saturday: Inspiring Potters from Asia. BOOK NOW
Titirangi Potters presents the second of a two-day film and ceramic festival that celebrates international potters from Asia. Starting with 'Setting the Table with Tradition' (KOREA 5 mins) 'ICHEON: Reviving the Korean Ceramic Tradition' (7 mins) then 'ELEMENTAL' a feature film about Japanese potter Ken Matsuzaki (44 mins) followed by 'MADE IN CHINA' featuring Takeshi Yusada (35 mins) With thanks to GOLDMARK PRODUCTIONS for giving permission to show the films.

Each night will feature an introduction by artist Robin Kewell and will have a short interval between films.

Come early to the feature films to enjoy the exhibition first, over a glass of wine or beer, or with a tea or coffee. Exhibition open from 6pm Friday and Saturday night.

Take home a form: for sale at the exhibition and film evenings will be exquisite mugs and ceramic vessels made by Titirangi Potters. Enjoy a beverage in one of these while you take in the exhibition or the films, and then take this home to enjoy again and again. All proceeds will go towards replacing our electric kiln.

With thanks to the Waitakere Ranges Local Board who are kindly supporting our exhibition & film festival with generous funding. With thanks to Daisy Zou Design (local Titirangi designer) who has donated her time and energy to create all visuals. With thanks to Emma Baker Photography