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This Sunday on Frontseat, 10.00pm, TV One:

Thu, 16 Sep 2004

This Sunday on Frontseat: Awards Shockers & Best Friends

This Sunday on Frontseat, 10.00pm, TV One:

No Reward: The NZ Film and Television Awards have fallen over - Jeremy Hansen investigates whether we really needed them anyway, and Oliver Driver asks NZ Film Commission chief Ruth Harley why we don't have enough films to enter into an awards ceremony even if we had one. Warning: this story contains footage from the infamous Gofta Awards.

You've Got a Friend: Amomai Pihama meets some of the 'Friends of' the Canterbury Opera, Royal NZ Ballet and Auckland Philharmonia.

Identity Crisis: Ronnie Van Hout plays hide-and-seek with himself in his 'I've Abandoned Me' survey at Wellington's City Gallery.

Handle the Jandal: A snippet from one of the winners of Radio Active's annual Handle the Jandal Awards, which honour music videos made without NZ On Air cash.

Best regards,

The Frontseat Team TV One after Lexus Sunday Theatre

ENDS


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