New Director Of The Year Finalists announced

KODAK AWARD New Director invite .pngThe KODAK AWARD New Director of the Year finalists are all Sydney based directors this year:

Nick Ball, @radical Media, Sydney
Dael Oates, Prodigy Films Sydney
Jack Wung, Windows Productions Sydney

The KODAK AWARD New Director - Student or Current Graduate finalists are:

Leo Woodhead, Thick as Thieves, Auckland
Qing Xie, Red Water Red, Melbourne
David Rusanow, Victorian Collage of The Arts, Melbourne

Finalists were selected from an impressive collection of entries from six countries across the Asia Pacific Region. The overall winner will be announced at the upcoming KODAK AWARD New Director of The Year Cocktail Party on September 9th, The Water Bar at BLUE Sydney in the presence of VIP guests, the AWARD Award Judges.

The winning current commercial director will be awarded a prize of 10 x 400' loads of 35mm Kodak Motion Picture Film valued at approximately A$4,000.  And the winning film school student or recent graduate will be awarded 5 x 400' loads of 16mm KODAK Motion Picture film valued at approximately $1,300.

The winners will also be introduced and recognised at the AWARD Presentation Evening to be held on November 12th 2009 and attended by up to 800 of the finest industry members from the region.

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