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One Network News - 1995 Cannes Film Festival Television (Excerpts) – 1995 News/Current Affairs

One Network News - 1995 Cannes Film Festival

Television (Excerpts) – 1995 News/Current Affairs

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According to One Network News newsreader Tom Bradley, “New Zealand’s best hope for a prize” at Cannes in 1995 is Sam Neill and Judy Rymer's documentary Cinema of Unease. Neill’s personal history of Kiwi movies made its debut in the festival’s official competition. Mark Sainsbury reports from Cannes (where the awards haven’t yet been announced, but the film has won rave reviews) and interviews Neill – who reckons Kiwi film has come of age, but needs government support. He also meets Gaylene Preston, who talks sex during wartime, while promoting her documentary War Stories.

Everybody had it but they weren't supposed to be [having it] and I think that war, is, in a terrifying way, a great aphrodisiac.
– Gaylene Preston on War Stories and wartime sex