Wine Calling: French director Bruno Sauvard will present his documentary in NZ! [fr]
The French Embassy in New Zealand is delighted to announce that French director Bruno Sauvard will be in New Zealand to present his amazing documentary Wine Calling during the 2019 French Film Festival!
During his stay, Bruno Sauvard will also be involved with NZ students and NZ films associations.
« Wine calling : le vin se lève ! »
Recently the world of wine has been in full effervescence, shaken by a counter culture as strong as the rock scene was in its time. All around the world, joyous rebels have invaded the vineyards to create the wine they love: a natural wine free of codes and norms.
While there are more than 3,000 wine growers in France, less than 3% of them are working in bio, biodynamic or natural methods of wine production.
For ethical reasons, this relatively small community of wine growers has chosen environmentally friendly farming practices aimed at finding the natural expression of “terroir” – the full breadth of land, geography and climate – and the living character of the wine.
It’s in the south of France, in the heart of Catalonia, that Wine Calling has followed over a year, from the harvest to the bottling, some of the most exciting of these new wine growers, springboard of a rising global movement for taste and sustainability.
Projections en Nouvelle-Zélande à l’occasion du French Film Festival 2019 :
- WELLINGTON: screening on Friday 22 March at the Penthouse Cinema (7.30pm for an 8.30pm screening), featuring a wine tasting, a Q+A with director Bruno Sauvard and the screening of the French documentary Wine Calling.
- AUCKLAND: screening on Tuesday 26 March at Academy Cinemas the (7.30pm for an 8.30pm screening), featuring a wine tasting, a Q+A with director Bruno Sauvard and the screening of the French documentary Wine Calling.
- NEW ZEALAND: Other screenings of the documentary Wine Calling all around New Zealand between March 14 - 27 in Arrowtown, Christchurch, Dunedin, Havelock North, Hamilton, Martinborough, Nelson, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Tauranga, Timaru, Auckland and Wellington!