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artscalendar.co.nz newsletter - 13 July 2004

13 July 2004

artscalendar.co.nz newsletter

Greetings from artscalendar.co.nz

A special treat for Film Festival lovers today!

Win Tickets To Homegrown

Homegrown is the dynamic Kiwi short film programme of the Telecom New Zealand International Film Festivals 2004.

Always a stand-out feature, the three diverse programmes which comprise of Homegrown - film, video and documentary offer a dynamic platform for up-and-coming and established filmmakers to present their work at the highest level of film festival exhibition in this country.

This year's programme features an eclectic mix of films: internationally acclaimed 35mm works that have travelled to Cannes and Sundance, cross-cultural flavours, dance, animation and documentary. Highlights include: David Rittey's Closer, Cannes Film Festival 2004 nominee; Generation, a masterpiece of animation based on a short poem and Figures of Speech, richly textured dance piece from prolific Dunedin based dance filmmaker, Daniel Belton.

Arts Calendar is offering a double pass to those living in Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin to Homegrown: Works on Film and Homegrown: Works on Video.

The first people to email info@artscalendar.co.nz stating their preference of city (Wellington, Christchurch or Dunedin) film, date & time will receive a double pass to either Homegrown: Works on Film or Homegrown: Works on Video. Full details of both films, dates and times are available on www.artscalendar.co.nz

For all other films in the Telecom New Zealand International Film Festival, check out www.nzff.telecom.co.nz.

ENDS

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