48Films screened at Whakamax

STILLS: Beatrice Hudson and her Archaetypes team have made it into the 48Hour film regional finals.

Movie buffs are in for a treat at Whakamax on Monday night where you can get to rub shoulders with all the movie pros at a networking evening plus get to see some of the best 48Hour film competition entries for the region.
BOP Film hold regular networking events to connect different people interested in the film industry around the Bay. Their networking nights usually rotate in different places around the Bay of Plenty, and this time they’re coming to Whakamax.
Besides the chit chat, Whakamax will also be holding a screening of some of the best 2019 VF 48hour film competition entries and the short film made for the Youth Silent Film Festival.
Expect to see Opotiki film team the Archaetypes’ film. Headed by Beatrice Hudson, their sci-fi film about an archaeological dig made it into the 48Hour film finals for the Bay of Plenty.
A Whakatane team – Whakatastic – also entered the competition. Although they did not make it into the finals, their film, Dance of Die, will also be screened. Director of the film, Arthur Dominick said their film was a black comedy based in an office environment where things take a surprising and deadly turn for the worse.
Whaka Film Night takes place at Whakamax on Monday night, July 22, from 7pm to 11pm.
See the event on Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/2148033558829152/