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48HOURS - The Documentary + Ingenious Low-Budgets


48HOURS - The Documentary + Ingenious Low-Budgets

UPDATE FROM H

q1. Documentary 2. Low Budget Brilliance at Film Festival

48HOURS C4 Documentary. While 132 teams were running around Auckland and Wellington on June 11-13, several camera crews were on their tail capturing the madness and exhiliration of the event. The documentary of this insane weekend has been finished and is screening this weekend on C4. Expect to see all the highs and lows that took place within the teams filmed. Screens Friday 16th, 10pm and Sunday 18th, 9.30pm

LOW BUDGET BRILLIANCE Anyone with any interest in low budget feature filmmaking needs to get along to see two great features at this years Telecom Auckland International Film Festival. The following two films are triumphant examples of features working their low budgets to their advantage and in the end, making riveting entertainment.

OPEN WATER is the true story about the two divers who.... well you've probably already heard about it. Tickets are flying out the door. It screens in a couple of days! Thurs. July 15, 8:15pm SKY CITY THEATRE and then on Tue July 20, 4:00pm SKY CITY THEATRE. Highly recommended

PRIMER is a low-fi thriller that is extremely smart filmmaking. Shot on a shoe string the film hooks you in with a brilliant premise and then starts playing tricks on your mind. It screens Wed July 21, 6:15pm VILLAGE HOYTS CINEMAS and again on Thurs July 22, 4:00pm VILLAGE HOYTS CINEMAS

See you at the movies.

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