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Film's Online Premiere Makes History: Whole Of NZ Invited

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Film's Online Premiere Makes History: Whole Of NZ Invited

For the very first time in New Zealand, film fans will be able to watch a film premiere online for free. Gregory King's award winning feature film, A SONG OF GOOD, will be screened online on February 16th.

A SONG OF GOOD is the story of 28-year-old Gary Cradle's struggle for redemption after committing an horrific crime. The film stars New Zealand's leading actors including Gareth Reeves ('Best Actor -TV Series' NZ Film and TV Awards 2006 AN INSIDERS GUIDE TO LOVE), Danielle Cormack (TOPLESS WOMEN TALK ABOUT THEIR LIVES), Ian Mune (SLEEPING DOGS) and Matthew Sunderland ('Best Actor- Film' NZ Film and TV Awards 2008 OUT OF THE BLUE).

Recent awards include 'Best Picture and Best Technical (Cinematography) - Budget under $1M' and nominations for 'Best Actor - Film '(Reeves) and 'Best Support Actor - Film' (Mune) at the NZ Film and TV Awards 2008.

The film premiered internationally at pre-eminent arthouse festival, The Rotterdam Film Festival and has since enjoyed official invitations to leading European festivals including Warsaw, Gijon, Karlovy Vary and Tallinn Black Nights.

Online viewings over the 24 hour period from 6am February 16 are limited to 500 virtual seats, so go to http://www.asongofgood.com and RSVP now to assure your place in NZ film history. Viewers must be over the age of 18 years.

The film was produced by Robbers Dog Films in association with Headstrong and the New Zealand Film Commission. Rialto Distribution and Vendetta Films are releasing. The innovative screening has been made possible with the support of CactusLab.

The film will be released on DVD afterwards by Vendetta.

Information also available at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=49105331924

Director, producer and actors are available for interviews by request.

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