Script to Screen and the New Zealand Film Commission present this special event:
A BitTorrent Screen Revolution
A film owned by you, released by you, distributed by you.
Australian filmmakers Enzo Tedeschi and Julian Harvey have turned filmmakers’ traditional views of the internet on their head. No longer a tool for piracy, the internet is the means by which their film will be funded, released and distributed – by you.
Don’t miss this exclusive preview screening of the innovative horror mockumentary everyone is talking about, followed by a discussion with Australian guests and writer/producers of The Tunnel Enzo Tedeschi and Julian Harvey about their revolutionary model of funding and distribution.
WELLINGTON: Thursday 5th of May 5.30-9pm, The New Zealand Film Archive, 84 Taranaki Street, $10 cover charge
5.30-7pm Preview screening of The Tunnel
7.00-7.30 Networking at the bar and complimentary pizza
7.30-9.00 Discussion with Enzo and Julian chaired by writer/director Jason Stutter, followed by an audience Q&A
AUCKLAND: Saturday 7th May 2-6pm, The Academy Cinema, Central Library Building, 44 Lorne Street, $10 cover charge, no bookings – just turn up 10-15minutes beforehand and pay at the door
2.30-4pm Preview screening of The Tunnel
4.00-4.15 Quick break
4.15-5.45 Discussion with Enzo and Julian chaired by producer Leanne Saunders followed by an audience Q&A
5.45pm Stay for a complimentary drink
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