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Handle The Jandal NZ Music Video Night

Handle The Jandal NZ Music Video Night At The Embassy

A Radio Active 89FM Event
HANDLE THE JANDAL
NZ Music Video Night at the Embassy
Monday 30th July, 8pm

Open to all those with a need to unleash their creative juices upon an up-for-it NZ Music Video lovin' audience, 38 fresh NZ Music Videos were received in this year's competition, with 14 shortlisted for the audience vote.

Unfettered by government funding grants, these icons of the modern era showcase a quintessential snapshot of the undiscovered breadth and quality of NZ music.

While the audience has the power to bias the vote for their favourite to win the golden jandal, specialist awards are decided by industry moguls - Chris Graham (2D Film), Dean Lyon (Oktobor), Rueben Sutherland (Fat Films) & Miles Buckingham (Cinemania on Radio Active 89FM).

Alongside the 2001 b.net music award video category nominees, sometime Breakfast hosts Reginald & Peregrin, some extra visual goodies and singalong tuba trio covers band The Thongmakers, this occasion also promises to be an extraordinary evening which combines New Zealanders' passion for homegrown music & homegrown music videos... as to be experienced on the big, big screen.

Radio Active 89FM is proud to be the instigator for fresh indigenous creative talent - linking visual kiwi wizardry to audio kiwi mastery.

Production as pretty as a pohutakawa provided by... Liz & Tam @ Yknot, Francis @ Chrometoaster & Ellie Taller than a moa thanks goes to our sponsors... NZOnAir, Deluxe Cinemas, Sony & the Sony Centre, The Film Archive, FujiFilm, Kahukura, Cloud 9, Oktobor & The Package For further information, please do not hesitate to korero...
Choice, Robyn

Robyn L. Walker aka Rockgirl
Producer & Promotions Radio Active 89FM
this station rules the nation
ph 04 8019899 fax 04 801 9879 studio 04 8019089
robyn@radioactive.co.nz
www.radioactive.fm


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