Apocalypse: World War I (Part 5)
Drawing from over 500 hours of archival footage, much of it previously unseen, Apocalypse: WWI traces the journeys of civilians and soldiers who fought for survival in one of the darkest times in history. An era that fundamentally changed the worldwide balance of power – from the war's outbreak in 1914 through the duration, to the U.S. intervention and The Treaty of Versailles.
This extraordinary series is screened free of any costs to the Gallery or public, courtesy of the kind and generous contribution from the producer, Josette D Normandeau and directors to the New Zealand WWI commemorations.
Part 5 – Deliverance
1917. The world is at war. Nations stand on the brink of extinction as millions of men have been lost. The great empires teeter and begin to fall. As the overwhelming numbers of the U.S. Army and its allies brings Germany to its knees, the end is near.
Directed by Isabelle Clarke and Daniel Costelle, France, 2014. Runtime 52 mins
- Auditorium, lower ground level