Magazine article Screen International

Make My Movie Scheme Returns

Magazine article Screen International

Make My Movie Scheme Returns

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Producer Ant Timpson has teamed up with MPI/Dark Sky Films evp Greg Newman and New Zealand Film Commission CEO Graeme Mason to announce the return of the New Zealand feature project, Make My Movie.

The New Zealand Film Commission and MPI/Dark Sky Films are offering the entire budget to any individual or team who can come up with a synopsis and poster that impresses the public and a panel of judges. MPI will handle worldwide sales.

The first round resulted in the critically acclaimed Peeping T rom-com How To Meet Girls From A Distance. The film was conceived and delivered in less than six months and sold to Madman Entertainment after a festival run in New Zealand.

Timpson and Newman have called the new competition Make My Horror Movie. Tim Riley of Dominion Law structured the deal with assistance from New Zealand Film Commission's Naomi Wallwork.

"Having MPI/Dark Sky onboard from day one is a smart way to help us to find a project that can transcend the inherent limitations of a low budget and to select a project that can make a real dent internationally," said Timpson. …

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