Eight short films showcasing world-class cinema from the Kiwis
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The fifth annual New Zealand Short Film Festival aims to showcase the diversity, cultural richness and irreverent humour that defines New Zealand cinema. Held by Kea Australia, New Zealand’s Global Network, the programme includes award-winning shorts that have impressed audiences at Cannes, Sundance, Berlin, Tribeca and the New Zealand International Film Festival.
The 2012 line-up includes romantic comedy Darryn Exists (Jamie Lawrence), which tells the story of a failed novelist as she tries to of figure out what love is; Careful with that Power Tool, a black comedy from Jason Stutter, proving that children and power tools really don't mix; and Tee Party, a comedy about an unlikely friendship between an old security guard and a long-haul airline pilot who meet at an all-night golf driving range.