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The gloves are coming off for the Golden Jandals

1 September 2005

‘The gloves are coming off for the Golden Jandals’

Radio Active Handle The Jandal Diy NZ Music Video Competition 2005

From the four corners of Aotearoa, these heavyweights are entering the arena on the 21st of September, at the Embassy, to battle onscreen for a Golden Jandal. Only the strong survive and from 85 contenders only 15 have made it the last bout. The judges decision is FINAL.

Weighting in to take out the titles are:

Bands/Groups: Video Title: Directors:
GND "Change Me" Preston McNeil & Jeremy Mansfield
The Video Kid "CCTV" Andrew Johnson
Connan & the Mockasins "Skies are for Flying" Sam Handley
Cookapie "Made for me" Brett Green & Rueben Collins
Autumn Stone "Autumn Stone" Blain Hosford
Fatcat & Fishface "Bat Fly" Carlos Wedde
Goon "Manama Nuts" Christian Nicolson
Misfits of Science "Fools Love Ragga Remix" Ed Davis
The Sambassadors "Bruce Lee Bowla" Clare Burgess
Onelung "The Royal Loop" Richard Hobbs
Odessa "Baby Don't Go Home" Grant Buist
Fly My Pretties "Lucky" Rob Appierdo
Raw Sugar "Scorpios Nest" Ned Wenlock
Age Pryor "All is Good" Mark Antony Fish
Autozam "Down on Me" Sam Buys

These fifteen finalists will battle it out screen-style in the Golden Flip Flop categories of:

- Best Editing
- Best use of exploitative tactics to promote the band
- Best Cinematography
- Best Concept
- Best Animation
- favourite Handle the Jandal Video winner
- and two runner ups.

..Who will ‘steal the round’ or will this be a ‘Knock Out’ decision..

Radio Active 89FM launched its visionary, independent music video awards seven years ago, providing a launching pad for aspiring filmmakers while actively promoting Aotearoa music.


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