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ARA – a sci fi movie

ARA is a indie self funded sci fi feature shot in Auckland New Zealand. It is currently in post production and seeking VFX Artists to help us speed up the post production process.
Our Post Production Team are Looking for VFX Co-Ordinator/Supervisor & 3DVFX Compositors…More details at the link below:
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(Artificial Reconstructive Anomaly) :
ARA (translates in other languages) – Path, Road, Awake, Arise, Watch


ARA is a Sci-Fi Thriller about a time of global transition, shifting alliances, a mass awakening of consciousness & ARA is the key.The man who gave ARA purpose is Jason, a grieving father and husband who happens to be biotech software engineer genius trapped in his own mind. He is trying to save his daughter Sam(Samara) from a fate soon to be the same as his recently departed wife. The world he knew is not the same any more. His creation ARA, himself and his daughter Sam(Samara) are in the hands of C.O.M.A. Corporation. The only reason Jason and Sam are still alive is because C.O.M.A Corp needs something else from them. But for how long they can stay alive? In which way the scales of reality will tip?

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Give a Can. See a Movie. Do a Good Thing.

Want to see The Avengers, Ice Age 3, Spiderman, or another movie?

Event:   Wattie’s Cans Film Festival

When:   Wednesday 7th November 2012

Where:  Hoyts, Event, Reading, and Independent cinemas across the country.

On Wednesday 7th November Kiwis around the country can visit their local participating movie theatres and swap a can for a movie ticket. Wattie’s then matches the number of cans donated with one of their own cans and all cans go to The Salvation Army Christmas Appeal.

The Festival broke the milestone one-millionth can collected last year with 45,380 cans donated. This year, the Wattie’s Cans Film Festival hopes to collect even more donations. But New Zealand will need to get behind the Festival to make it happen, and ensure those Kiwis who need a helping hand are looked after by The Salvation Army.

What better way to help out? For the price of a can of food people can see a movie and feel good about it.

Hoyts Cinemas, EVENT Cinemas, and Reading Cinemas are generously offering their theatres for the night, along with independent cinemas nationwide, at approximately 40 locations.

A list of movies, times, and cinemas is here.