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Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

CHRISTCHURCH: Information Evening, Wednesday March 26

in reply to Andrew Todd:

I'm not answering "Are you single?" again.

Boo! Your reaction is always so funny!

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

Now the comps over no one cares about 'making films'

Mate, really? You're still banging on about this? What you don't seem to get is that a lot of people only want to make one film a year in a comp like this, and they want to do it with a group of friends. After the 48 they need to get back to their lives...they're actually busy doing that. Not lazy, not disinterested, just busy. If they do make something outside the 48 then they again often it with people they know...because that's part of the deal, working with people you know will work well together. If they're in the industry then they're also busy working...at their job.

Point being if you want to do some film-making in NZ...just do it yourself. You have some gear as I understand. Use it. Where is your 48HOUR team as a start if you need crew/cast. Stop waiting for others to invite you along, get off your arse and do some film-making!

Now, about some of your points:

Over 800 teams registered for 48 hours in Christchurch.

Untrue.This is the national figure. CHCH was 120.

Yet its impossible to find anyone to make films with. You would of thought this would be a fantastic website to meet other film makers and make shit with. Is it because there's nothing in it for people? No grand prize or runner up prizes? No chance of media exposure or a Peter Jackson wildcard? Wheres the passion?

It can be, but a number of people have made connections through actually meeting at the launch, hand-in, screenings etc. Did you talk to anyone face-to-face? Most people don't usually enter this comp for the prizes so you're argument is invalid. Also a lot of entrants don't come on this forum, so you need to expand your horizons a bit.

I hate this dead city. The city of the dead. A cemetery with lights.This city reminds me of Escape From New York or The Hills Have Eyes.No one replies to adverts, promises of call backs never happen. "Yeh man im dead keen to meet up and talk films"..... 20 years later no reply after txting to say cheers for wasting my time.I guess everyone here is too busy worshiping the all blacks, being a stupid boy racer, getting obliterated on drugs and booze, or....they really just dont care.

So find somewhere else to live. If you hate CHCH so much then why are you here? You don't really endear yourself to anyone with comments like this. So why would they want to make a film with you? I don't want to work with people who are going to whinge and complain all the time.

What you're doing is acting like a baby just because no one wants to play with you. It's a bad look.

Again, get your camera, your sound gear and make some films. You hate CHCH, it's boring, a toilet etc, etc, blah, blah - well make a film about that then. Put it on YouTube, link to here for feedback, find some comps/festivals to enter it in = there are plenty you can try.

You're obviously passionate, which is why I just don't understand why you aren't just making your own stuff...

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

Grand Final Stream Discussion

Stream was pretty good overall even if mine froze up a couple of times. Didn't mind Josh as the host, thought he just did his usual and talked a whole lot less than Hugh has in the past. Hard to get the feel of it unless you're actually there though.

Thought Traces of Nut were very worthy winners - their film reminded me to a degree of one of my favourite shorts, Jamie Travis' "The Armoire".

Really enjoyed "Azanti" for the third time and "Is Love Enough?" as well but a little CHCH bias coming through there!

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

GRAND FINAL NOMINEES + PETER JACKSON WILDCARDS ANNOUNCEMENT

in reply to Andrew Todd:

On a personal note I'm friggin' stoked to see two Christchurch teams in there again.

Awesome for CHCH!

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

Violence against women

in reply to R17:

1. Domestic violence is a current topic in New Zealand. It is something that has been swept under the carpet for a long time and people are now becoming aware of it. Artists often use current events and trends in their art and I would guess that film is no exception to this.

I disagree that it's only now a current issue. Campaigns against domestic violence have been going on for decades (anyone remember "Never shake a baby", for one?") and there are a whole lot of reasons why they have or haven't worked that includes many victims simple putting up with it. I don't think it's ever been something considered acceptable by the majority of the population though.

Film-makers, of course, do often attempt to mirror aspects of society; fears, issues, conflict and they're going to make films that have a darker tones around those issues because most people are voyeurs and will watch to be amused, horrified, challenged etc. Obesity is a trendy issue in NZ, but there aren't a flood of films around that issue - it's just doesn't have any edge.

It's important to remember that domestic violence isn't just something that affects women as victims; often women are the perpetrators (or bystanders) and children are the victims. Domestic violence is a very broad topic.

But back to 48HOURS. I have also seen a large number of films over the last six years and can only recall a handful that portrayed domestic violence in a way that perhaps crossed the line. I think there is a lot more violence against animals but due to the Jackass/YouTube/Funniest Home Videos mentality these seem to be tolerated - I personally find them tiresome.

Verbal/mental abuse doesn't seem to have been touched on much here either and I'd bet more 48HOUR films are more abusive in that way, than violence.

I think if domestic violence scenes are portrayed then it comes down to what the film-makers are trying to say. Are they making a comment on a social issue or doing it for comedic effect/trying to get a reaction? Context is important; as is balance in any discussion.

I'd hate to see the day when people are restricted in what they can make for this competition. However, if teams do deliberately set out to be controversial then you also need to be prepared to deal with the consequences.

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

Reviews Page

in reply to Gregg MacPherson:

But, if any of the things we are trying to do are really valuable to us, this multi tasking is an erroneous myth.

I think the point is; whatever works for the individual.

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

What Would You Change in the 48 Hours Comp?

in reply to Scotty:

It raises interest from ohter students/parents/public and PROMOTES the competition.

I believe the best way to promote the competition is to show other students/parents/public your FILM. Share the story/experience of how/why it was made, encourage others to enter. Help them do so.

I still think the best reward you could give your students is a DVD of the film. That's the ultmate certificate - and will last longer. (Maybe give a digital copy too just in case)

You could produce a poster, a DVD cover. Get the class to work on it. Make it meaningful, give them ownership over it. Apply SOLO taxonomy to it. Get and give feedback. Get them to talk to other schools about entering. Encourage competition yet nuture cooperation and collaboration with those other schools.That's how you PROMOTE the competition.

It's clear that I'm just not big on receiving stuff for participating - the award that everyone gets. It's actually meaningless, regardless of age. My own kids (three under 10) have a number of participation certificates - but they're always tucked under books or in the cupboard. The ones they stick up are those where they've actually achieved something.

And that's all I have to say about that.

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

What Would You Change in the 48 Hours Comp?

in reply to Andrew Todd:

Our Rising Talent nominees this year are all "grownup" teams.

Typical! The only time I haven't done my research properly and I get busted.

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

What Would You Change in the 48 Hours Comp?

in reply to Meatloaf:

click a button that emailed us a participation certificate which included the team name, current years elements, and whether we were DQ'd. Maybe it could even be automatically emailed to the team leader who could then print of copies for their entire team.

I still don't see any value in it. The Audience Fav is quite different though. That's an achievement.

If you want a certificate, make and print your own. Do a poster and give that to the team.

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

What Would You Change in the 48 Hours Comp?

in reply to Scotty:

One last thing (before the next thing!!) A partcipation certificate would be great especially for school teams

But I want a certificate too and for all of my six years entering!

Personally, I like that the 48 is a competition of hard knocks, and unless you make it up a level (or get the audience vote) you get nothing. (Apart from the experience, the learning, the desire to do it again, to name a few).

The DVD was the participation certificate a few years back, but that's another story.

I'm a teacher too and have encouraged a number of my students to enter without running their teams; although I've helped them out with gear and advice before and during the 48.

I've had teams be successful, terrible and one lot disqualifed a couple of years in a row. Practically all of them have gone on to compete for multiple years and most still do it now that they've moved on from school.

So, they do it because they love the concept, it's a challenge, the rules are pretty straight forward and they feel like they're competiting with the masses, not just schools/teens. And, like me, they'd rather have a certificate that meant something, than a token participation award. (Maybe you were being tongue-in-cheek about this?)

Christchurch had dedicated school/teen heats. They were the early screenings so they could get home to bed at a suitable hour and there was less chance for innappropriate content.

I don't think that the mantle of up-and-coming film-makers should be the domain of youth either. If there was anything I'd change it'd be the Rising Talent award being seemingly an exclusive award for school/teen teams.

I've seen plenty of older/first time teams who are examples of rising talent.

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

What Would You Change in the 48 Hours Comp?

in reply to dramamike:

What about if you could choose when you enter a 'Level of Difficulty' in regards to the genre?

Why overcomplicate it?

And what exactly is an example of an easy genre?

I think so called established teams stretch themselves through pushing technical boundries, being more ambitious with storylines and settings.

What teams get currently is random, isn't it? Assigning genre based on levels starts to sound a little contrived.

Next thing we're talking pro vs amateur again...

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

CHRISTCHURCH CITY FINALISTS + AWARD NOMINEES 2013

in reply to Kawiti Naitoro:

Shame not to see TBALC and Les Cousins Dangereux in the finals, I feel they really captured that 48Hour Film spirit.

Shocked I am! And Spooce's film too was amazing - can't believe it missed out.

Oh, well that's one of the great things about this comp I guess. You just never know...

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

Christchurch Finalist Predictions 2013

Wow! Pretty shocked no Spooce or TBALC and my other 100%, Les Cousins Dangereux got the arse card as well. Wow!

Really happy for Pigs Guts though. Well done, lads!

Good luck to the finalists.

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

A few first timer questions.

Yip, review as much as you like. It's sort of become practice to add:
* viewed in the screening room (or the like) to those reviews to show you had the opportunity to pause, rewind or watch over, which is different from the experience of theatre reviews of course!

But really, just do what you want!

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE

Mista Teas
From: Christchurch
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 284

Christchurch Finalist Predictions 2013

in reply to Andrew Todd:

If you've ever spoken to him, this shouldn't surprise you at all

Honestly, the detail he can remember is freakish. I've never seen him take any notes.

"There’s no fresh start in today’s world. Everything we do is collated and quantified. Everything sticks." - Selina Kyle

Everything Sticks since 2008
48Hrs
2015 TBF
2014 The Shirt (Reviews) Shock Ending - 3rd in Audience Vote; Nominated Best Animation CHCH
2014 with Wrong Foot - My Memories (Reviews) Revenge
2013 Rant! (Reviews) - Musical - 3rd in Audience Vote
2012 exonera (Reviews) Crime - Nominated for Best Make-up, CHCH
2011 #105 (Reviews) Body-switch - 3rd in Audience Vote
2010 The Re-Playa (Reviews) Time Travel - Scored some V signs ninja style
2009 Cupid's Lesson Romance - Tried to score some V signs but got denied by Steve
2008 Love Leaves Romance - Won $100 when we spotted the V48HRS Gorilla
48Sec
2011 Only Son (Honorable Mention) 2010 V-Doo Economics 2009 Lars & the Real Can 2008 Casino Voyale (Runner-up)

Mista Teas (Stu Gilpin) NATIONAL WINNER "Best/Most Prolific Reviewer" 2011 REVIEWS ARCHIVE