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Filmmakers Flock To Headstrong

Wed, 26 Jan 2005

Filmmakers Flock To Headstrong

HEADSTRONG:: the New Zealand Digital Feature Development Team have been blown away by the response to the open call for scripts and registrations. In the first couple of weeks since launching we've had over 450 writers, directors, producers sign up for the scheme. There have been over 130,000 hits to the site with interest coming from all areas of the globe.

The HEADSTRONG FORUM is now open for business. We want this area to be NZ's premiere online digital community, so please feel free to jump in and express yourself. In the forum, members can

1. Find key personnel for your project 2. Ask Dr Headstrong a question 3. Submit your logline for evaluation by members 4. Have a chat with other writers, producers, directors.

If you still don't know what HEADSTRONG is, then shake your tail-feather over to HEADSTRONG asap.

ENDS

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