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Here's the latest from 48Hours HQ...
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48HOURS
June 7th, 2006


TICKETS TO THE 48HOURS FINALS ARE SELLING FAST
Come along and see the best shorts from over 400 entries this year. Support local filmmaking and have a great night out to boot.

AUCKLAND FINAL
Civic Theatre/ Doors Open : 7.30
Start : 8.00pm/ Tickets : $15
[You can purchase on the night from Boxoffice]
Here is the link to the Auckland Final at Ticketek.
Click here AK FINAL

WELLINGTON FINAL
Embassy Theatre, 10 Kent Terrace, Wgtn
Thursday June 8th, Starts 8.30 sharp.
Tickets from Ticketek - selling fast
Click here WGTN FINAL

CHRISTCHURCH FINAL
READING CINEMAS, The Palms Shopping Centre,
Cnr New Brighton & Marshlands Rd, Shirley, Chch
Thursday June 8th, Doors Open 7.30pm/ $12.
Door Sales Only, get there early to guarantee a seat.

DUNEDIN FINAL
Glenroy Auditorium, Town Hall, The Dunedin Centre, (03) 474 3614
Thursday June 8th
Doors Open 7.00pm. Show starts 8.00pm.
Tickets on sale now from OUSA.
Or from the door on the night.

Finalists are announced on the 48HOURS Website now.

Hundreds of teams compete. Hundreds of thousands watch.

WRITE. SHOOT. CUT. SURVIVE.

ENDS

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