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F E A T U R I N G ...
HOMEGROWN : The Best of NZ Short Film, featuring at the New Zealand International Film Festivals '05
 
EVENTS:
 

onedotzero 21-31th July 2005 // AUCKLAND 29-30TH JULY AT GALATOS!

For the first time in NZ....onedotzero_nz

PIONEERING MOTION GRAPHICS, DIGITALY TWISTED SHORT FILMS, FRESHEST MUSIC VIDEOS, AND CONTEMPORAY JAPANESE ANIME.

Brought to you by the British Council New Zealand in association with The Moving Image Centre.

The UK visionary digital moving image company is coming to New Zealand. During their two-week national tour, 21-31 July, onedotzero will present screenings and lead daylong symposiums alongside some of New Zealand’s leading digital talent.

Established in 1997, onedotzero has brought together the world’s best and most innovative talent in filmmaking, music video, motion graphics, computer gaming and club visuals and fused them together into something of a movement. This has been engineered through the onedotzero festival, a compelling exploration of new forms of moving image held annually at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London.

For full timetable details click here and to register for the symposiums visit
British

For more information on zero

Tickets can be purchased in advance for the Auckland events from MIC at Galatos, or on the door, on the day.

You can connect with the onedotzero programme in:

Christchurch:
as part of Animation Substation at the Christchurch Arts Festival 21-22 July

Wellington:
as part of the Wellington Film Festival and at the Film Archive Mediaplex 24-26 July

Auckland:
at MIC at Galatos, 29-30 July.


wow + flutter 05

Presents a compilation programme of graphic fuelled work from innovators in the fields of animation, graphics and abstract experimentation.

j-star

An annual round up of work from Japan's finest. It is an inspirational selection of live action, graphic driven music video, animation, and motion-graphics from the world innovators in this field.

wavelength

One of the most popular and accessible strands of the festival, wavelength features the work of acknowledged critically acclaimed music video and commercials directors alongside the work of up and coming new talent. This section has an international focus of edgy experimentation and includes Directors cuts and unreleased promos.

"the most groundbreaking festival of the early 21st century"

“pushing beyond boundaries of celluloid, narrative and genre"

“as contemporary as it gets”

HOMEGROWN The Premier Showcase of NZ Short Film 2005

For the 10th year running, the Moving Image Centre is delighted to present the ever popular MIC Short Film Programmes – Homegrown at the Telecom 2005 New Zealand International Film Festivals.

Always a stand-out feature of the festival, the three diverse programmes which comprise Homegrown: Works on Film, Works on Video and Documentaries, offer a dynamic platform for emerging and established local filmmakers to present their work at the highest level of film festival exhibition in this country. Click through checkout the final selections

Check out the festival website for screening times in your area:

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