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Anzac Day Collection

Anzac Day Collection

Tony Barry as Ed Preston

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Yvette Reid as Ngaire and Gareth Reeves as Gerald in a scene from Dead Letters.

Photographer: Robert Catto. Kindly supplied by The New Zealand Film Commission.

A Scene from Turangawaewae / A Place to Stand.

Kindly supplied by The New Zealand Film Commission.

A portrait of Tui Preston who features in War Stories.

©Gaylene Preston Productions. Kindly provided by Onfilm.

The subjects of Children of Gallipoli from left John Waipara, Jane Pierard, Serkan Kacmaz and Pinar Kurtdere.

Kindly supplied by Anna Cottrell.

A scene from Tama Tū.

Kindly supplied by the New Zealand Film Commission.

Tony Barry (Ed Preston) talking about the war

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Yvette Reid as Ngaire and Gareth Reeves as Gerald in a scene from Dead Letters.

Photographer: Robert Catto. Kindly supplied by The New Zealand Film Commission.

Tony Barry as Ed Preston

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Yvette Reid as Ngaire and Gareth Reeves as Gerald in a scene from Dead Letters.

Photographer: Robert Catto. Kindly supplied by The New Zealand Film Commission.

Corporal Willie Apiata invested with Victoria Cross during ceremony at Government House.

Kindly supplied by Desert Road Ltd.

Martin Henderson (Young Ed Preston) returns from the war

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Chelsie Preston Crayford as Tui

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

A portrait of Flo Small who features in War Stories.

©Gaylene Preston Productions. Kindly provided by Onfilm.

Corporal Willie Apiata is welcomed home on to Te Kaha Marae.

Kindly supplied by Desert Road Ltd.

A scene from Tama Tū.

Kindly supplied by the New Zealand Film Commission.

John Waipara plays the Māori flute on Chunuk Bair in Children of Gallipoli.

Kindly supplied by Anna Cottrell.

Publicity image, taken just before Corporal Wilie Apiata's press conference.

Kindly supplied by Desert Road Ltd.

A still from Tama Tū.

Kindly supplied by the New Zealand Film Commission.

Anna Cottrell and crew while filming Children of Gallipoli.

Kindly supplied by Anna Cottrell.

Martin Henderson (Young Ed Preston) on the train

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Martin Henderson (Young Ed Preston) at Maadi Camp

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Corporal Willie Apiata during ceremony at Te Kaha Marae.

Kindly supplied by Desert Road Ltd.

A scene from Turangawaewae / A Place to Stand.

Kindly supplied by The New Zealand Film Commission.

A still from Tama Tū.

Kindly provided by the New Zealand Film Commission.

Filming of battle reconstruction with NZSAS troops.

Kindly supplied by Desert Road Ltd.

Some of the crew and subjects from Children of Gallipoli.

Kindly supplied by Anna Cottrell.

William Ackroyd as Edward Junior

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

A portrait of Mabel Waititi who features in War Stories.

©Gaylene Preston.

Tony Barry as Ed Preston

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Victoria Cross medal.

Kindly supplied by Desert Road Ltd.

A scene from Turangawaewae / A Place to Stand.

Kindly supplied by The New Zealand Film Commission.

Martin Henderson (Young Ed Preston) and Chelsie Preston Crayford (Tui) farewell before he leaves for war

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Chelsie Preston Crayford as Tui

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Martin Hendrson (Young Ed Preston) and Chelsie Preston Crayford (Tui) go home on the train

Kindly supplied by Gaylene Preston Productions

Corporal Willie Apiata during Victoria Cross award ceremony at Te Kaha Marae.

Kindly supplied by Desert Road Ltd.