Louis Sutherland and Mark Albiston’s two short films, Run and The Six Dollar Fifty Man, were both awarded a Special Distinction at Cannes and the later won the Jury Prize in International Filmmaking (for best short film) at Sundance in 2010.
Our March Auckland Writer’s Room will open with a special screening of The Six Dollar Fifty Man before screenwriter and producer Shuchi Kothari delves into conversation with Mark and Louis focusing on their collaborative process – co-conceiving, co-writing and lately co-directing – in both their short films and the feature film they are developing.
Tuesday 30th March, 7pm for 7.30start, The Classic, 321 Queen St, Auckland, $5 koha appreciated, all welcome
July 23, 2017 - August 6, 2017, Wintergarden at The Civic Theatre and ASB Waterfront Theatre
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July 29, 2014
With so many elements to juggle to get a film to shine, it's a feat when a low-budget first feature gels. Escalator funded horror-comedy Housebound has been hailed as a remarkable accomplishment by US reviewers after its SXSW festival debut earlier this year, where it was praised for freshness of voice, strong performances, carefully handled script, and the perfect dose of NZ's dry humour.... Read more