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Frontseat, Sunday 31st October, TV One

Thu, 28 Oct 2004

Frontseat, Sunday 31st October, TV One after Lexus Sunday Theatre

The Keys to Hell - Frontseat's Halloween Special: Featuring: - an exclusive first peek at Glenn Standring's new vampire feature 'Perfect Creature'; - gothic moralist Jo Randerson on her new book 'The Keys To Hell'; - musings on the joys of wading in gore from 'Shaun of the Dead' director Edgar Wright, local splatter directors Greg Page and Kezia Barnett, and the 24-Hour Movie Marathon's Anthony Timpson. - plus the NZ Film Commission explains why a horror is often a first-time director's best bet.

Walter, Lead Me to the Altar: The $50,000 Walter's Prize is married to another contemporary NZ artist. Jeremy Hansen dons his tuxedo to find out who it is and why, and has a word with judge Robert Storr, formerly of the Museum of Modern Art (which reopens in Manhattan on November 20).

Fragments of Genius: Olympics opening ceremony composer John Psathas won the Sounz Contemporary Award at the Silver Scrolls this week. Amomai Pihama hangs out in his Brooklyn studio and is at the Wellington Town Hall when he wins his award. (Watch the show to see how to win a copy of his Tui award-winning 'Fragments' CD)

Plus - a few highlights from the 2004 APRA Silver Scroll Awards.

Best regards,

The Frontseat Team TV One after Lexus Sunday Theatre

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