When local Wellington filmmaker Peter Jackson discovers a cache of ancient nitrate in a neighbour's shed, he uncovers the work of Colin McKenzie, early 1900's Kiwi film pioneer and boffin extraordinaire who invented motion picture cameras, colour film, sync sound and many crucial techniques long before the recognized masters of cinema. 'Researching Colin's life is the most exciting thing I've ever done. This guy should be appearing on our bank notes.' - Peter Jackson.
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