Fumes producer, Carthew Neal attended the Entrepreneurial Producing for the Creative Industries course held at the National Film & Television School, United Kingdom. The course covered film, TV, music, publishing, live, gaming & online industries and was sponsored by Ingenious Investments and Lee & Thompson Legal. It was championed by Sir Richard Branson, led by film
Monty & Kowhai Hook got a new home at hook-ups.tv and we released a project review for others interested in making web series and cartoons – you can read that here.
Congrats to the Super City II team for winning their slot on Friday in 25-54AK and HHwkids (thats Household shoppers with kids). And for passing 5000 likes on facebook, #supercity trending on twitter and the massive online love their receiving! Super City II screens Friday 10pm TV3. Find out more about the season here.
Madeleine Sami returns for a second season of Super City with four new outrageous characters on Friday 26th July 10pm on TV3. Ofa is a welfare case-manager demanding everyone follow in her footsteps out of poverty. Levi is a new half-back in his South Auckland rugby team and desperate to be one of the ‘boys’.
Hook Ups has launched on the Herald. Read all about this transmedia cartoon here
Super City will start filming again this week in Auckland. After the 2011 AFTA award-winning performance, Sami promises to return with equally outrageous characters in the second season on TV3. Madeleine has written the season with prolific playwright Thomas Sainsbury and it will be directed by comedy heavyweight Oscar Kightley. The producers are looking for