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Filmmaking and social media – the pros and cons of direct engagement with fans

Just a short post to promote my latest article, published today at Pantograph Punch. I particularly enjoyed writing this, as all my interviewees were generously open about all aspects of what they do, and were also very excited about their different projects (which made me excited). I felt so inspired, in fact, that I’ve begun working on a webseries of my own – more on this to come!

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An Interview with Phil Dadson

Phil Dadson is one of those legendary New Zealand composers /musicians / artists, respected by anyone who knows him or knows his works. He’s also an extremely warm and cheerful chap, and a pleasure to be around. I was lucky enough to talk to him about Five Rhythm Works, his upcoming re-release of five of his earliest From Scratch¬†pieces. The interview can be found here¬†at Pantograph Punch.

Photo by Phabu Makan 1978

Photo by Phabu Makan, 1978.

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