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STUNT LOVE screens at MOMA New York.

The recently completed Stunt Love, has had a short but exciting life - debuting at the 2011 Big Pond Adelaide Film Festival and then being selected as part of the ‘Adelaide Produces’ festival at New York’s MOMA. Stunt Love hits Australian TV Screens in August – we’ll keep you posted. 

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Life In Movement gets great reviews after Adelaide Film Festival.

Life in Movement received a number of fantastic reviews after its premiere at the Big Pond Adelaide Film Festival. Sundance’s Trevor Groth had this to say - "To see her process, of creating art through these videos and the interviews they had with her – it’s a unique documentary. I’ve rarely seen an artistic process captured in film like this – it’s so enlightening, so inspirational. You see the commitment that goes into it. I was left asking myself: ‘Man, am I doing everything I possibly can – am I giving my all in everything I do?’ It was one of the great strengths of the film. I was very moved by it all.”  We have some exciting announcements to make about the film in the next few weeks!

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