In a harsh futuristic reality, a young teenage girl sets out on an isolated journey to test if her memories and dreams can be trusted.
Made by Julia Reynolds, the project was developed with community involvement in mind. Along the way it has utilised a number of first timers as extras. ‘Shepherd’ called on friends, family, colleagues; any and all community and industry networks that the production team could muster. Alongside the project, Julia’s doctoral thesis was based around the film, examining the relationship between a community based approach to filmmaking and industry based model.
Auckland Academy Cinema,12 Nov 6pm
Wellington Lighthouse Cuba, 14 Nov 6pm
Christchurch Lumière Cinema, 27 Nov, 6.30pm
The Contact details:
Proving once again that Oamaru is the New Zealand capital of steampunk, preparations are underway for the 2011 ‘Steampunk: tomorrow as it used to be’ exhibition. It runs from 15th October to 27th November 2011 at the Forrester Gallery, Thames St., Oamaru .
If you are interested in exhibiting, expressions of interest are welcomed until 16th September 2011. The criteria for the exhibits is that they:
- are of a Victorian look and feel
- there is a science fiction element about them
- there is a back story of 100 words
Exhibits may be 2D art, 3D sculptures, short films, inventions, contraptions, or working machines. Remember that this is a public display and pieces must be safe for the public to be near. Note that short films would appear in the “first Steampunk Short Film Festival in NZ” which will form part of the exhibition.
All the information can be found at the League of Victorian Imagineers web site.