#NZWF21 More Selections
Congratulations to the second group of titles announced for this year’s NZ Web Fest.
We’re naming two shows for each category we’ve received submissions for – plus a few extra in the International Narrative category, as that’s always the biggest.
The shows join the previously-announced titles (coloured blue below).
First out of the blocks are…
Chloe and the Crash Test, directed by Anton Steel, Alyssa Stringfellow
Lower East Asides, directed by Steve Becker
The Night Cashier, directed by Dirk Rosenlöcher
The Adventures of Ze, directed by Quentin Lewis
Forest League, directed by Sergio Kalili
My Pride, directed by Madeleine Patton
Tiny Garden, directed by Kenneth Cheong, Victor Manggunio
Voices of the River, directed by Stephanie King
Bboys & Bgirls Africa, directed by Marc-Aurèle Vecchione
Fake Live, directed by Alexandre Paes Leme
Heat, directed by Martijn Winkler
Love, Guns & Level Ups, directed by Andrew Shanks, Nicholas Cleary
Pepper: Ricochet, directed by Caris Vujcec
The Communist’s Daughter (top image), directed by Leah Cameron
The Band Formerly Known As, directed by Lydia Parker
The Collective, directed by Alexis Smith, Rachale Davies
Scratched: Aotearoa’s Lost Sporting Legends, directed by Madeline Chapman
Inside Outside, directed by Rebecca Cameron
Ahikāroa, directed by
Te Manawanui Rawiri, Kiel McNaughton, Puti Simich-Pene, Miriama McDowell
Millennial Jenny, directed by Emmett Skilton
Rickety Banter, directed by Josh Hunter
We look forward to welcoming them, and all the other shows yet to submit and be selected, to this year’s festival.