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Peter Jackson - Wildcard Judge

Peter Jackson - Wildcard Judge
Press Release
48HOURS
June 1st

We are very proud to announce this years Wildcard Judge - Mr Peter Jackson.

The 48HOURS Live TV Final is on C4 on Sunday June 12th, 9pm. The one-hour special will screen the best film from each city as well as the wildcard entry selected by Peter Jackson.

The home audience will then vote on the film they like the best and our first ever Grand National Winner will be announced on live TV.

The winner takes home a huge prize package (see website) but they also receive NZs equivalent of the Oscar - "The Apee"

48HOURS WEBSITE

Hundreds of teams compete. Hundreds of thousands watch.

WRITE. SHOOT. CUT. SURVIVE.

ENDS

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