The winners of Show Me Shorts 2013 have been announced

7 Nov 2013

Show Me Shorts is New Zealand’s annual national film festival, showcasing the best new short films from Aotearoa and around the world. Each year, from hundreds of entries, the 40 best films are selected to play in the festival and contend for awards, including the StarNow Best Actor Award. We're excited that this year's winners have just been announced! The winners are...

StarNow Best Actor Award: Andy Anderson for 'Honk If You're Horny'
Rush Munro’s Best Film: Matt Heath, Anna Geddes, Cass Donaldson and Joe Lonie for 'Honk If You’re Horny'
Panavision Best Cinematographer: John Chrisstoffels for 'Here Be Monsters'
Script to Screen & NZ Writers Guild Best Screenplay: Nic Gorman for 'Here Be Monsters'
SDGNZ Best Director: Joe Lonie for 'Honk If You're Horny'
SDGNZ Best Editor: Thomas Gleeson for 'Home'
RPM Pictures Best Colourist:Jon Newell, Chris Rudkin and Erin Woolhouse for 'Here Be Monsters'
Mexicali Fresh Best Student Film Award: Walter Lawry for 'Blind Mice'
NZFC Special Jury Prize: Thomas Gleeson for 'Home'
Best International Film: Michael Rittmannsberger and Simon Baumgartner for 'Abgestempelt'

Congratulations, guys - we love your work!

Show Me Shorts 2013 programme announced

17 Oct 2013

Show Me Shorts is New Zealand’s annual national film festival, showcasing the best new short films from Aotearoa and around the world. We are also very proud to be an official partner of this great festival.

This year’s festival kicks off on Wednesday 6th November, in cinemas all across New Zealand. You can check out the programme here.

StarNow is also sponsoring the Best Actor Award, which will be announced at the awards ceremony at Capitol Cinema in Auckland on Wednesday 6th November – don’t worry we will keep you posted on who takes that out.

Find out more information about the Show Me Shorts Festival

HollyShorts Film Festival winners announced

30 Aug 2013

HollyShorts is an annual international film festival that is devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films and advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, networking events and various panels and forums.

We’re excited that this year’s winners have been announced. A big congratulations to everyone, especially the Best Short Film winner Mitsuyo Miyazaki who has won two tickets to visit Wellington, New Zealand!

The other winners are……
HollyShorts Best Short Film – Tsuyako by Mitsuyo Miyazaki
Best Director – Sacha Feiner for Un Monde Meilleur (A Better World)
Best Commercial - Coca Cola- Happiness in the Air by Hugh Mitton
Best Cinematography – Brightwood Connor Hair
Best Actor – Gabe Fazio for the film Gun
Best Actress – Carla Quevedo for the film Side Effects
Best Action – The Forge by Stephen Reedy
Best Drama – ROTKOP by Jan Roosens and Raf Roosens
Best Animation – Alienation by Silvia Carpizo
Best Documentary - Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution by Matthew VanDyke
Best Student - Magnesium by Sam de Jong
Best International – Tweesprong by Wouter Bouvjin

Read the full list of winners

Congratulations to the Sydney Film School Festival Award Winners

16 Jul 2013

The winners of this semester’s Sydney Films School Festival Awards have just been announced!

Congratulations to all the winners of last week’s Sydney Film School Festival Awards. An extra big congrats goes to the winners of the StarNow sponsored award - Outstanding Performance, David Bensen and Colin Jones.

Find out more about the Sydney Film School.

StarNow Supports Made in Melbourne 2013

15 Jul 2013

The Made In Melbourne Film Festival 2013 is an exclusive showcase for Melbourne filmmakers and films that are ‘Made in Melbourne’. MIM celebrates the desire, drive and diversity of our local film community by providing emerging and established filmmakers a platform to showcase their work in front of their peers and an appreciative audience.

Now in our fifth year, MIM continues to grow and offer filmmakers fantastic prizes and accolades, showcasing short films, features, and films by High School students, highlighting a great range of talent, and encouraging crowd interaction by hosting Q&A with the filmmakers and allowing the audience to decide the winners.

StarNow is happy to announce it’s partnership with this fantastic Australian Film Festival.

Submit your film now.

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