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Filmmakers Bring on your films

Are you the next Ang Lee? Can you out direct Mike Leigh? Are you a film wannabe? If so, the Fringe Film Festival 2001 wants your short films.

The Festival runs in two parts, the main programme of short films and the competition. Deadline for the programme is 21 May and deadline for the competition is 31 May.

We want new, short, stunning, fresh, original and well crafted films.

This years competition is themed "2001: A Space Odyssey" and all films in the competition must be under 3 minutes long. Prizes will be donated by the industry and are as yet undecided. Last years prizes were several rolls of Kodak film.

The Festival is an industry event where emerging filmmakers can show their films to their peers and others from the industry. We like to create an environment which respects the creative process and the needs of the filmmakers. The exchange of ideas and comments about the films and filmmaking is what its all about. Actually, it's all about YOU and your filmmaking.

All films must have been completed after 1 July 2001. Docos have a maximum of 30 mins and all other films (drama, animation and experimental) must be no more than 15 minutes (including credits!).

Entry forms are available by calling 04 802 4942 or check out www.fringefilmfest.co.nz.

The Fringe Film Festival is also associated with the New Zealand Music Video Awards. These celebrate excellence in music videos made for a New Zealand musician or band since July 2000. Details and entry forms for the awards are available from cilla@flyingfish.co.nz or 04 384 6159.

The Fringe Film Festival is supported by the New Zealand Film Commission and Creative NZ, without whom


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