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Fracture, an adaptation of Maurice Gee’s novel Crime Story by Larry Parry, is to make its North American debut at the 28th Montreal World Film Festival (26 August  6 September). Starring Kate Elliott, Jared Turner, John Noble, and Cliff Curtis, the film has already shown at Sicily’s Taormina Festival and will feature in Germany’s Hof Festival in October. Four other NZ films were selected for Montreal; Fleeting Beauty (Virginia Pitts), My Father’s Shoes (Samantha Scott), Tiga e le Iloa (Popo Lilo), and Boy (Welby Ings).


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Composer Annea Lockwood at Chicago Festival

Composer Annea Lockwood at Chicago Festival

Chicago’s Frequency Festival has become a crucial showcase for the movement of “new music”, according to Aaron Cohen reporting for Chicago Tribune. New Zealand-born and New York-based composer Annea Lockwood exemplifies…