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Dunners Days 2017 – Special Public Film Screening

Dunners Days 2017 – Special Public Film Screening

Presented by the Otago Polytechnic Certificate of Film and Television students, this is a chance to enjoy 20 locally-produced, short documentary films about Dunedinites.

Subjects include skater Zac Cross, hockey player Jordan Ward, fishing entrepreneur Dylan Booth, events planner Kay Mercer, Amadeo the ‘Science Guy’ and ice hockey star Easton Olivier.

The short movies include a ‘making of’ commentary which reflect the students’ take on the process of filming the diverse range of people that make up the ‘Dunners’ community.


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