The editing process gets a hurry up on account of the deadline to enter the New Zealand International Film Festival, and tough decisions need to be made.
The team make it to the end of their tightly-scheduled shoot, but the realities of low budget feature making have taken their toll.
The preparation is done and it's time for the winning team to realise their dream of making a movie, as shooting on How To Meet Girls From A Distance begins.
The team try and cram in as much pre-production as they can before the shoot begins. But with an unfinished script, will they pull it off?
Winning movie co-writers Dean Hewison and Richard Falkner talk us through the characters they've created for their film - How To Meet Girls From A Distance.
Webisodes are shot on Panasonic GH2 cameras: panasonic.co.nz/lumix/system-cameras/dmw-gh2h.html
Hugh follows Producer Andrew Beattie to Wellington as he meets the winning team, and they begin to get down to the business of making a movie.
The panel gather to discuss the decision to cut down the final 12 projects. In this edited video down from Heaven's Gate length, they discuss the final four projects. It all seems rather gloomy and negative which is strange since is supposed to be exciting and positive. We deleted all...
Ant takes posters from the 12 finalist Make My Movie entries to exhibitors and marketing experts to gauge what the pros think.
Ant's panel of experts spend the day deciding which of the 757 entries will make the final 12.
Ant takes off overseas and bails on the Make My Movie team once again but this time manages to take a camera with him to talk to some people who just had the World Premieres of their less than $100,000 films at the world famous Fantastic Fest in Austin, USA...
The long awaited (thanks to Ant leaving to overseas again) next installment of MAKE MY MOVIE the webseries in which shocking facial hair and wanky LA producer wannabe fashion faux pas take precedent over some of the early entries.
The team behind Make My Movie talk to as many people as possible to gauge reaction to the idea. Unfortunately for drama, everyone seems to like it. We also find out how Ant Timpson fell in love with movies in the first place.