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Hard News 09/06/03 - Intimations and Impressions

HARD NEWS 09/06/03 - Intimations and Impressions

Hi folks,

Tons to read! Chad has been making movies, Jolisa has been seeing one far from home, and I've been wandering around Wellington ...



Democracy at Ease |Jun 09, 2003 12:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

It so happened that I had a few hours to kill in Wellington between appointments. My anticipated lunch date hadn't happened, and it was a bit late to go chasing up another one. But Wellington is a good place to be distracted...,


48 Hour Party People |Jun 09, 2003 04:00
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

The deadline for entering the Incredible Film Festival's "48-hour Film" competition was 7:30pm Sunday. There were angry faces when a team who rolled up at 7:32 were told that because the deadline had passed, their completed short would screen at the Festival but would not be eligible for a prize...,


Free Wiremu |Jun 05, 2003 16:58
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

So The Whale Rider came back to New York on Monday night. I say "came back" because although it was the premiere of the film, the children's book on which the film is based was written in New York in 1985, when Witi Ihimaera was working ..,


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