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Final countdown to Uni Shorts 2014

Final countdown to Uni Shorts 2014

The largest and only student film festival of its kind in Australasia is coming to Auckland this weekend at Unitec's Mt Albert campus on 12-14 September. Don't miss an awesome weekend for student filmmakers, short film lovers and educators. Get your tickets now atwww.unishorts.unitec.ac.nz

Who will win the BEST NEW ZEALAND SECONDARY FILM, BEST ANIMATION, BEST UNDERGRAD & POSTGRAD FICTION, BEST DOCUMENTARY, BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM AWARDS? Who will get the audience vote for BEST NZ FILM AND BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM?

Find out this coming weekend at the third annual Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival 2014 hosted on 12-14 September. Student filmmakers, educators and short film buffs will converge on Unitec's Mt Albert campus in Auckland, New Zealand to watch the 35 NZ and international short films selected to screen in competition as finalists for this year's competition. They will also listen to a superb lineup of guest speakers from the film industry (see list below).

Are any of your students among the finalists? Why not come down and support them? Have you got your tickets? General Admission $is 60 and Students only pay $40.

Ticket price includes entry to all screenings*, panel sessions and Awards Night, and includes meals! There are still a limited ticket sales available so get them now online atwww.unishorts.unitec.ac.nz
(*some films being screened are for mature audiences)

We also invite everyone coming to Uni Shorts to our Meet & Greet networking night at Carringtons Pumphouse Bar, at Entry 3, Carrington Rd, Unitec this Friday, 12 September from 6:30pm - 8:30pm (cashbar R18). Come meet other student filmmakers, educators and industry guests and start the weekend off in style!

Who's coming? Guest speakers
Sophie Henderson (writer/director/actor Fantail)
Sima Urale (director Apron Strings)
David White (co-producer Shihad: Beautiful Machine, I kill)
Max Currie (writer/director Everything We Loved)
Thomas Sainsbury (writer/director/performer)
Lakshman Anandanayagam (VJ, flame artist, director, doctor)
Dean Hewison (writer/director How To Meet Girls From a Distance)
Jarrod Holt (downlowconcept/48HOURS)

To see a full schedule, screening times and to buy tickets, go to: www.unishorts.unitec.ac.nz or www.unitec.ac.nz/unishorts
(full festival programme attached)

Follow us: www.facebook.com/unishorts www.twitter.com/unishorts or instagram #unishorts

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS!

GOLD: Kenderdine-Professional Lighting Services
SILVER: Quinto Communications Ltd - ACG Yoobee School of Design - Atomise Ltd-Avid - Sound Techniques

Also supported by
Screen Edge Forum, Goethe Institut & UNITEC

UNI_SHORTS_2014_Programme.pdf

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