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Alt Live is all over the 40th Ak Film Festival

Alt Live is all over the 40th Auckland International Film Festival

During the Auckland International Film Festival (7th July - 25th July), Alt TV's counter culture remote control crusader, The Chris, will interview festival directors and actors every day on Alt Live at 5.30pm, Alt TV SKY Digital 65.

Guests will include: Vincent Ward from Rain of The Children, Juliette Veber from Trouble is my Business, Florian Habich from Rubbings from a Live Man, Eve Gordon and Sam Hamilton from FPS Live cinema, Yung Chang from Up the Yangtze, Ira Sachs from Married Life, Adam Wingard from Pop Skull, Pietra Bretkelly from Art Star and the Sudanese Twins, Ben Rivers & Ben Russell from We Cannot Exist in this World Alone, Bryn Evans in From Street to Sky, Nicky Hager and Alister Barry from The Hollow Men, and Gerard Smyth from Barefoot Cinema.

Check The Chris's daily preview at 5.30pm to get your festival picks sorted for 2008!

Alt Live Auckland International Film Festival special, July 7th - 25th, only on Alt TV Sky Digital 65.


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