First Festival Fun

NPG received news today that FF&F has been selected to screen in competition at Oz International Film Festival. This is yet another step forward for the film, which continues to prove that the set formula of filmmaking and indie film producing can sometimes be turned on it’s head and totally surprising.

After cinema screenings, an international DVD sale, various online VOD platform offers, finally comes a film screening at a festival. The filmmaking world works in mysterious ways, but hey, why fight it.

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For those in Melbourne, Australia who want to see the film, but missed it in the cinemas, don’t miss your chance of seeing it on a big screen when the festival takes place between the 23rd - 30th November.

Opening Night will be held at St Kilda’s Alex Theatre on the Paris end of Fitzroy Street and we will post further details on this blog once they come to hand and we know what night the film will screen.

Articles of Antiquity

Check out the interview with co-directors Ivan Malekin and Sarah Jayne as they answer some life, film and improvisation questions relating to Friends, Foes & Fireworks and their film experiences. You can read the interview with magazine founder and editor-in-chief, Jennifer Sparkman, on the official Articles of Antiquity site here. 

Streamlette welcomes Friends, Foes & Fireworks

NPG are proud to announce that as of mid September, the improvised film can be watched through Streamlette - a platform where indie filmmakers can get their film watched, reviewed and up-voted. Up-voted? Yes, the films that get the most views earn the most for their creators. What an interesting way to support indie film. Wish us the best in the popularity stakes and check it out now!