International films making their world debut in the Festival include Swiss drama Harmonyabout a beautiful woman who has a symbiotic relationship with her nine-year-old daughter; charming drama Out of the Village about two siblings living in Ghana; Filipino family drama Balsa Woodfrom the UK; and whimsical Canadian adventure story Erik and the Mystery Packabout returning lost dogs to their owners. Each of them has lost a family member or friend to commune Two Gardens, and wants to get them out. The calibre of both the New Zealand and international shorts this year was exceptionally high. Every year the Festival attracts a highly regarded panel of judges. Complete our survey to vote for the People's Choice Award and go in the draw for a fabulous prize pack. Future Shortland Street er Craig Parker features in this tale centred on a group of young teens fascinated by radio-controlled car racing. Parents and teachers are also encouraged to introduce their children and students to the wonder of shorts by attending the My Generation section, which is recommended for families and children aged 8-yrs and above.
Awkward Auckland love stories abound in this web series about four something female friends.
Unveiling the 2015 Show Me Shorts programme
The films are shown in themed sections and this year, for the first time, the Festival has an entire section devoted to New Zealand films: Hotshotz Television, Full Length. July 5, in Uncategorized Leave a comment. Veteran writer Ken Catran contributed to a title that sold in 25 territories. Shervey based it on her own dating experiences.