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Indymedia F15 Documentary - Triangle TV Tonight

A 25 minute documentary about the peace weekend (Feb 15, 16) produced by Aotearoa Indymedia - in collaboration with PlaNET TV will screen on Triangle TV (UHF41) at 8.30p.m. on Monday 24 February.

The documentary is a collaborative effort - made by twelve people with scant resources, but a desire to see grassroots media grow in this place and around the world. Our turnaround was about one and a half to two weeks from initiating interviews to locking off the edit. And, with the exception of bridging finance for the edit process, there was little extraneous institutional or financial support.

The documentary will also screen on Community Television Stations in Hamilton, Dunedin and - we hope - Christchurch.

There will also be a repeat screening during the same slot on Monday, February 3.

One desire is to raise enough money to purchase an editing system for community media/community group use. If anybody has ideas of how we could achieve this sooner, rather than later, we'd love some help or advice.

For further information about the Aotearoa Indymedia Network: www.indymedia.org.nz To join the Indymedia Auckland email loop: http://lists.indymedia.org/listinfo/imc-auckland If you have any questions, you can subscribe and then send your query to: imc-auckland@lists.indymedia.org

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