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Golden Rooster For ‘3 Mile Limit’ NZ Film

Earlier this year NZ feature film ‘3 Mile Limit’ (the Radio Hauraki story) was invited to attend the China New Zealand Film Festival in China. ‘3 Mile Limit’ has already won multiple awards around the world for ‘Best Feature Film’. Craig Newland the film’s director/producer attended the festival in Beijing, Chengdu and Inner Mongolia, Ordos.

“It’s a great privilege ‘3 Mile Limit’ has been selected for the 2018 Golden Rooster & 100 Flowers Film Festival especially given this prestigious film festival is the ‘Oscar’s’ in China showcasing the best of China cinema and foreign films.

This type of critical attention helps build an already expanding network base of Chinese production companies and key collaborator’s in what is already a rapidly expanding market” said Craig Newland the Producer and Director of 3 Mile Limit.

3 Mile Limit has previously been selected in Shanghai, South Korea, Seattle and Cleveland Film Festival and won 5 Best Feature Film Awards.

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