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The Trailer Park: 28 July 2014

Sit back, put your feet up, and enjoy the fruits of others’ labours …

After its triumphant premiere opening this year’s NZIFF, The Dark Horse opens on Thursday. Flicks will tell you where and when it’s screening.

The Dark Horse trailer

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Premiering this week in the NZIFF are several local titles – all of which have received at least some NZFC support – including Max Currie’s Everything We Loved (tonight), Jonathan King’s Realiti, Alister Barry’s Hot Air and Gerard Smyth’s Aunty and the Star People.

Everything We Loved trailer

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Your tax dollars are at work not only through the NZFC but also NZ On Air, this week delivering plenty of first-run fare from MTS’ Media Take, Pop-Up Workshop’s The Moe Show for the rug rats and Friday night fun for the young at heart on TV3. In and amongst the new fare are some repeats well worth a look – not least of which is Desert Road drama Harry.

Not Harry but Jeremy, on The Moe Show

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Not called a trailer but at 1.20 this Sides featurette How to Make an Impression at an Audition fits the bill.


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After becoming the second director to part ways with the producers of 2012 doco feature Beautiful Machine Sam Peacocke retained a good relationship with the film’s subjects Shihad. Think You’re So Free is from the upcoming album FVEY, releasing 14 August.

MV: Shihad Think You’re So Free

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From the people who will shortly bring you Sharknado 2: the Second One comes Mercenaries (aka Prison Raid), featuring Zoe Bell, which will be rushing from Comic-Con to a VOD service near you.

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