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Wild Untamed Cinema Unleashed

Wild Untamed Cinema Unleashed


Launched upon an unsuspecting conservative NZ climate in 1994, the Incredibly Strange Film Festival was was greeted with cheers from movie maniacs and jeers from self appointed moral guardians of the state. For ten years the festival brought provocative, controversial, bizarre, surreal and totally wild cinema to New Zealand audiences.

In 2008, it's back, the gloves are off and the guns are blazing. The Incredibly Strange Film Festival will again be NZ's leading source for wild untamed cinema.

For information about all the films in this years Strange Festival and more, please click here Incredibly Strange

At that secret location you will find all the information needed for your cinematic journey into strangeness. The limited edition ISFF guide is out now and contains additional information on the films as well as all the handy Icons which are useful for people who don't read anymore.

For those interested in watching trailers for some of this years films. Please click here Incredibly Strange Trailers.

Here are the "Must See" films this year, as chosen by Mr Strange.

#1 Pop Skull
#2 King Of Kong
#3 [REC]
#4 Not Quite Hollywood
#5 Sukiyaki Western Django

Join our Facebook group and be kept up with all Strange events in New Zealand. Especially about the upcoming and highly anticipated Incredibly Strange TV on the MGM Channel (Sky Television). It all starts in October where there'll be more strangeness than you shake Weng Weng at, including spotlights on Strange superstars like John Saxon, Russ Meyer, Shaw Bros Horror, Joe D'Amato, Jess Franco and many more.

For a super sneak advance preview of ISTV please click here

For ISFF Day Sales Only : Peoples Republic of V members will receive a massive discount when they present their membership tag. See the Official Strange site for more details.

For further information on the Festival, please contact publicist Shelley McCarten on shelley@nzff.co.nz or 04 802 2576,
or Auckland publicist Anders Falstie on anders@nzff.co.nz or 09 376 5373 or ISFF Director Ant Timpson on ant@woosh.co.nz


In Association with the New Zealand International Film Festival and proudly supported by V Energy Drink, this year marks the official return of the Incredibly Strange Film Festival. Hopefully a few uptight social and moral censors just pooped their collective pants.

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