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'Out Of The Blue' Stars at Cameo @ Paramount

NZ Actors' Equity, Wellington Media Release

A coup for Cameo @ Paramount initiative!

12th October 2006

The filmmakers of the controversial new film Out Of The Blue join us at the next Cameo @ Paramount.

Director, Robert Sarkies; writer, Graeme Tetley and lead actor, Matt Sunderland talk of taking their film about the Aramoana massacre from page to soundstage and beyond.

This is an exclusive opportunity to get face to face with the filmmakers as the film is being released.

The initiative Cameo @ Paramount began as a collaboration between the actor's union and Paramount to encourage, inform and inspire particularly Wellington performers along with other creative professionals by interviewing leading New Zealand actors, directors and casting directors.

The Out Of The Blue interview is at Paramount Tuesday, 24th October at 6pm and will be followed by an audience question and answer session and then drinks in the bar. Tickets will sell out quickly and are available at Paramount at $20 for full price and $10 concession for Equity and other industry guild members.


ENDS

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