1 Feb 2011
StarNow member Mirco Grillini took out the 'Best Actor' award at Centrescreen. This award was judged by Professor Bruce Molloy and was a Bond University short film.
"I was not expecting the Best Actor award but when my name was announced and the audience exploded in a big YES and applauses, I felt like it was the Oscar.... what an amazing moment."
RAIN DANCE also won:
Best Overall Film
For more information on the film check out the Facebook Page.
7 Nov 2010
With a fantastic selection of films from across Australia and New Zealand it was hard going for this years judges. The winners were announced in Auckland earlier this week and we are proud to congratulation the winner of the StarNow.com Best Actor:
Cameron Rhodes for ‘Brave Donkey’
- Aaron McGregor for ‘Choice Night’
- Gareth Reeves for ‘The Handover’
- Tuhoe Isaac for ‘Day Trip’
Read more about the other prize winners here.
27 Oct 2010
Congratulations to the following StarNow members who have won our iPad giveaway.
Esmée Myers - www.StarNow.com/esmeemyers
Jeff Watkins - www.StarNow.com/Labrug
Georgina Leahy - www.StarNow.com/georginaleahy
These lucky members will have instant access to StarNow castings via their fancy new iPad. It's important to be contactable at all times so make sure you check your StarNow inbox every day so you never miss an audition.
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5 Oct 2010
32 year old plus size model Danielle was submitted to BGM Model Management after entering the model scout on StarNow. Darrianne was keen to meet with her and a few other StarNow models.
"We have signed Danielle Roux from the search she is a great girl and has done her first job with TVSN."
Check out her StarNow profile here.
1 Oct 2010
Show Me Shorts is an annual national film festival showcasing the best new Kiwi and Australian short filmmaking talent. Launched in 2006, it screens every November in cinemas across New Zealand.
Each year, from hundreds of entries, 40 of the best films are selected to play in the festival and contend for awards. The final selection covers a diverse range of themes and subjects, including horror, drama, animation, comedy and everything in between.
Judges from the film industry help decide the winners of the eight awards, with high production values and originality being strong factors they look for. The festival awards are then presented to the top filmmakers at the opening night in Auckland.
StarNow are sponsoring an award and the short film seminars. The Best Actor gets an interview on StarNow, including a photo, plus a free one year membership to StarNow.
StarNow short film seminars
Building on the success of the hugely popular 2009 workshops, the film-going public is invited to attend short film-making seminars during the festival in Auckland and Wellington. These will include screenings of award winning short films and question and answer sessions with their creators.
AUCKLAND – 7:30pm Monday 8th November at the Academy
WELLINGTON – 7:30pm Monday 15th November at Paramount
Tickets are $15 and will be on sale from the cinemas in early October. All are welcome, both filmmakers and anyone interested in learning more about short films and how they are made. Three experienced short filmmaker panelists will present some of their recent work and discuss the joys and challenges of short film development and production.
If you’d like any more information about the Short Film Seminars please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.