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THE NOKIA NEW ZEALAND FILM AWARDS EMAILER

THE NOKIA NEW ZEALAND FILM AWARDS 2000 FINALISTS

The New Zealand Academy of Film & Television Arts today announced the finalists for the Nokia New Zealand Film Awards 2000.

Judges selected from eight feature films entered in this year's Nokia New Zealand Film Awards, and all films have finalists up for awards.

VILLAGE FORCE HOYTS CINEMAS BEST FILM
Savage Honeymoon (Steve Sachs, Producer)
The Price Of Milk (Fiona Copland, Producer)
Scarfies (Lisa Chatfield, Producer)


KODAK NEW ZEALAND BEST DIRECTOR
Mark Beesley for Savage Honeymoon
Robert Sarkies for Scarfies

Vanessa Alexander for Magik & Rose


WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL BEST ACTOR
Cliff Curtis for Jubilee
Karl Urban for The Price of Milk
Taika Cohen for Scarfies


WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL BEST ACTRESS
Danielle Cormack for The Price of Milk
Willa O'Neill for Scarfies
Alison Bruce for Magik & Rose


HUTT CITY BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Hori Ahipene for Jubilee
Jon Brazier for Scarfies
Scott Wills for Hopeless

HUTT CITY BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Elizabeth Hawthorne for Savage Honeymoon

Sophia Hawthorne for Savage Honeymoon
Ashleigh Seagar for Scarfies

BEST JUVENILE PERFORMER
Morgan Hubbard-Palmer for Wild Blue
Olivia Tennet for Kids World

BEST SCREENPLAY
Mark Beesley for Savage Honeymoon
Michael Bennett for Jubilee
Duncan Sarkies, Robert Sarkies Scarfies
Vanessa Alexande for Magik & Rose


ATLAB NEW ZEALAND BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Leon Narbey for Jubilee
Leon Narbey for The Price of Milk
Stephen Downes for Scarfies

DIGITAL POST BEST EDITING
Margot Francis for Savage Honeymoon
Cushla Dillon for The Price of Milk
Annie Collins for Scarfies


BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC
Dean Savage for Savage Honeymoon
Plan 9 for Jubilee
Victoria Kelly for Magik & Rose


BEST CONTRIBUTION TO A SOUNDTRACK
Chris Burt for Savage Honeymoon
John McKay for Jubilee
Chris Burt for Scarfies


BEST DESIGN
Gary Mackay for Savage Honeymoon
Gaylene Barnes for Scarfies

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
Emily Carter for Savage Honeymoon

Amanda Neale for Scarfies

ACADEMY OF FILM & TELEVISION MAKE UP BEST MAKE UP
Denise Kum for Savage Honeymoon
Deirdre Haworth for Wild Blue


FINALISTS - SHORT FILMS

FUJIFILM BEST SHORT FILM
Infection (James Cunningham, Director)
The Painted Lady (Belinda Schmid, Director)


HENDERSON RENTAL CARS BEST PERFORMANCE IN A SHORT FILM
Sara Wiseman for Letters About The Weather
Elizabeth Morris for The Painted Lady
Scott Wills for Ouch

BEST SCRIPT FOR SHORT FILM
Jesse Warn for Little Samurai
Reuben Pollock & Peter Salmon for Letters About The Weather


BEST CRAFT CONTRIBUTION TO SHORT FILM
Aaron Morton , Director of Photograph for Little Samurai
James Cunningham, CGI Creation & Animation for Infection
Eric De Beus & Neil Pardington Editors for Losing Sleep

The awards will be presented at a gala ceremony at the WestpacTrust St James Theatre in Wellington on Saturday July 1.

The New Zealand Academy of Film & Television Arts would like to thank its sponsors, who make the Nokia New Zealand Film Awards possible: Nokia New Zealand, New Zealand Film Commission, Village Force Hoyts Cinemas, Wellington City Council, Kodak New Zealand, Hutt City Council, FujiFilm, Digital Post, Air New Zealand, Atlab New Zealand, Academy of Film & Television Make-up and Henderson Rental Cars.

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