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jess
 Post subject: Wellington Film Festival
PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 12:28 am 
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I got this in the mail yesterday, so scanned it in.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v387/ ... emaine.jpg

But then of course, found it all online. Haha.

http://www.nzff.telecom.co.nz/filmsynop ... EventID=10


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Habajesus! Where did you get the programme? I'm so seeing that.

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Funny.

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You Wellingtonites have to go see that. Yes. And report back.

Please?

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Mos' def'!

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Its made the light of day then 8)

I've been holding off updating the site with some fan reviews and stuff but I'm going to work on it in a bit and update it later. I'll be sure to include this nugget of info. Thanks :D

And ooo yes, report and anything else you care to share would be much appreciated. If you would like, you can submit something for the main site.

And wooo :yay: for Staaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan (thats Stan Alley who did the photography) Good to see his name in credits again. Thanks to Staaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan I have a cool tee shirt and some cool memories from Edinburgh a few years back. Good guy :) Mad mullet :shock: I still chuckle now :roll: Excellent houseguest to boot. He liked my cooking, liked the dogs and did not object to the Pretenders blaring out while driving down the lanes here on a hot summers day. And actually thought I was normal :lol: Imagine :shock: Yuss!


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Sherry wrote:
And actually thought I was normal :lol: Imagine :shock: Yuss!


:shock: You?

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Squeeeee!


this is too ace,someone..anyone!! who will be in the wellington area during that fabulous event...please go and come back with details to share with us all 8) :D i'd love to see that movie.

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I went to see Vampires vs Sheep Man yesterday afternoon. Sheep Man was first and not very long. It was pretty funny, kinda gross. But the music for it was by Flight of the Conchords which took me by suprise.

What We Do In The Shadows was great. It was like a mockumentary about Vampires living in a flatting situation in Wellington. I'll write up a proper review of it in a couple of days. But it was great.

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That's great to hear, beck. :D Now I'll cross my fingers and hope for it to come out on DVD.

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That's great to hear, beck. :D Now I'll cross my fingers and hope for it to come out on DVD.


*joins you in the finger crossing* :D !

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I'll join in the finger crossin' chain too! I don't know much about these kind of films... Any chance it'd get on TV here I wonder..? Since I'm never in the cities for any lovely things like film festivals... I don't know. It sounds funny :lol:

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I don't know where I am in the finger-crossing chain, but add me to it anyway!

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Did anyone in Welly get to see this on Saturday?? It sounds like Life After Death could be literally like...well...like three minutes in heaven. Oh, bad pun. Sorry sorry sorry. :oops:

Homegrown: Works on Video
2006
75 Minutes
Presented by THE MOVING IMAGE CENTRE

M adult themes, offensive language
With the availability of high definition camera technology, shooting on digital video is no longer simply the cheap option but often the most artistically preferred. There were over 150 submissions to this year’s video programme, which is a testament both to the popularity of the medium and the difficulty of reaching final selection. After four years of strong documentary and dance films, this year’s submissions were dominated by drama, which has resulted in two video programmes. Works on Video offers an exciting blend of action, animation and comedy with a distinctly offbeat sensibility.

Sunshine Man
NZ 2006. Director/Producer: Peter Tonks Screenplay: Jason George. Imagination Films/Origin One Films. 5 mins
Peter Tonks is a Wellington-based location manager. In his first film, Sunshine Man, a desperate salesman finally finds the customer of his dreams.

The Knock
NZ 2006. Director: Miles Murphy Screenplay: Nick Ward Producer: Simon Ranginui. Silverscreen. 12 mins
Son of director Geoff Murphy, Miles recently made the move from technical crew to directing. In his first film, a knock on the door draws a young man into a twisted Freudian nightmare from which there is no escape.

Ninety Percent
NZ 2006. Directors/Screenplay: Adam Luxton, Jeremy Dumble Producer: Camillo Spath. Excalibur/Blondini Films. 10 mins
Adam Luxton and Jeremy Dumble write and direct documentaries, shorts and TV commercials. In Ninety Percent, a diverse cast of characters stumble through their day with appealing nonchalance.

Life After Death
NZ 2006. Director/Screenplay: Guy Capper, Jemaine Clement Animator: Guy Capper Producer: Vicky Pope. POP Films. 3 mins
Life After Death is the third in The Pen series of shorts by Guy Capper and Jemaine Clement. Both stand-up comedians, they improvise their roles, which Guy later animates. In this episode, Sheepy and Robert get philosophical
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The Customer Is Always Trite
NZ 2006. Director: Greydon Little Screenplay: Sunil Narshai Producer: Roseanne Liang. 5 mins
Greydon Little is currently finishing an MA in directing.
Here he explores the absurdity of the supermarket checkout counter.

Frames
NZ 2006. Director/Producer: Sam Kelly. Screenplay: Sam Kelly, Chris Gilman. 14 mins
Sam Kelly has been making films since he was 11. He is currently writing his first feature. In Frames, a father and son discover the hard way that you can choose your friends but you’re stuck with family.

The Paselode Story
NZ 2005. Directors/Screenplay/Animators: Phill Simmonds, Jeff Simmonds. 8 mins
The Simmonds brothers live in Paekakariki and specialise in documation – animated documentary using real voices. The Paselode Story is a rock documation.

Oh Deer
NZ 2005. Director/Screenplay/Animator: Chungmin Moon. Music: Junjayang. 6 mins
Chungmin Moon is a Korean-born animator and a graduate of Elam Art School. Oh Deer is a gorgeous digital fairytale set to ethereal electronic music.

Reset
NZ 2006. Director/Choreographer: Daniel Belton. Producer: Jacdaniel. Good Company Arts. 12 mins
Renowned choreographer and filmmaker Daniel Belton pushes boundaries and works across art forms. A couple dances their way through a surreal contest in Reset.


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Nooo! I didn't get to see that. Poos.

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