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Handle The Jandal 2004 DIY Music Video Winners


Winners Of Handle The Jandal 2004 DIY Music Video Awards Embassy Theatre, Wellington, 15/9/2004

Category Winner Director¹S Name Artist Song Title Best Use Of Exploitative Tactics To Promote A Band Chris Stapp Slavetrader 'The People's Party'

BEST EDITING Tania Bruce and Andrew Holmes Stardrunk 'Simple Days'

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY Richard Bell The Phoenix Foundation 'Gone Fishing'

BEST CONCEPT Robin Charles Phelps and Munro 'Pre Amble'

BEST ANIMATION Ned Wenlock Twinset 'San Pedro Sula'

RISING STAR Rory McHarg Stylus 77 'Do what you gotta do'

2ND RUNNER UP Robin Charles Phelps and Munro 'Pre Amble'

1ST RUNNER UP Ned Wenlock Twinset 'San Pedro Sula'

FAVOURITE HANDLE THE JANDAL VIDEO Rueben Sutherland Ebb 'Be a Man'

HTJ DIRECTORS CONTACT LIST DIRECTOR NAME ARTIST SONG TITLE CONTACT NUMBER CITY

Rory McHarg Stylus 77 'Do what you gotta do' 021 329 732 (04) 801 9870 rory.mcharg@chrometoaster.com WELLINGTON

Tania Bruce and Andrew Holmes Stardrunk 'Simple Days' 07 839 1080 021 113 5726 tannb52@hotmail.com HAMILTON

Robin Charles Phelps and Munro 'Pre Amble' 09 3762821 controlspace@ihug.co.nz AUCKLAND

Chris Stapp Slavetrader 'The People's Party' 09 376 9355 021 2173348 chris@backofthey.co.nz AUCKLAND

Ned Wenlock Twinset 'San Pedro Sula' (04) 381 2390 (04) 4711911 oneedo@hotmail.com WELLINGTON

Richard Bell The Phoenix Foundation 'Gone Fishing' (03) 366 9292 021 527 744 richard@shuriken.co.nz CHRISTCHURCH

Rueben Sutherland Ebb 'Be a Man' Arriving back from London this week. Meantime: Contact Iain Gordon co producer/band member 027 4114775 WELLINGTON/LONDON

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