Sibling success

Paul and Kahra Scott-James’s GRAHAM is one of 25 films selected for competition at Filminute 2007, an online festival for 60-second films. GRAHAM was chosen from a pool of 800 entries from 45 different countries by a jury panel that includes Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide CEO and NZ Edge co-founder Kevin Roberts, Booker Prize winning author Michael Ondaatje and Iranian filmmaker Samira Makhmalbaf. “It’s a great initiative and being a part of that means we can access a global audience,” says Animation Director Paul Scott-James (sister Kahra has writing and sound design credits). Filminute 2007 concludes September 30.


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NPR Excited About Folk Singer Holly Arrowsmith

NPR Excited About Folk Singer Holly Arrowsmith

New Zealander Holly Arrowsmith has made NPR’s Austin 100 list, compiled of musicians who would otherwise be performing at the annual SXSW music festival, now shutdown owing to the coronavirus pandemic. “Arrowsmith…