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Elric Kane

Kane is a Wellington based filmmaker who until recently has been studying towards an MFA in film production from the Savannah College of Art and Design in the United States. He was co-producer, cinematographer and editor on I Think Iím Going, which premiered at the New Zealand International Film Festival in 2003. This was closely followed by Murmurs in 2004, his second digital feature co-directed with Alexander Greenhough, which also premiered at the New Zealand International Film Festival in Wellington.

In addition to the digital features, he has screened various experimental short films and videos at festivals, including Glass Traps at the 2006 Boston Underground Film Festival and Girl Yawning at the 2005 PXL Film Festival in Los Angeles. He has also shot digital short films for various directors, including The City By Her, in Istanbul, Turkey in August 2005 and Ever Amado which is premiering at the 2007 Berlin Film Festival. While making Kissy Kissy, Kane has been a tutor in Film at Victoria University of Wellington and plans to travel to Chicago after the festival to complete his MFA thesis.

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Alexander Greenhough

Greenhough directed, co-wrote, and co-produced I Think Iím Going (2003), and, with Kane, co-directed, co-wrote, and co-produced Murmurs (2004); both films premiered at the New Zealand International Film Festival in Wellington. He has received grants from both Creative New Zealand and the New Zealand Film Commission in support of his work.

In addition to his practice as a filmmaker, Greenhough has tutored in both Media Studies and Film at Victoria University of Wellington and has delivered lectures on semiotics and film theory at Emory University, where he earned his masterís degree in film studies in 2005.