SUNDAY

SUNDAY – Trailer from Fighting Noise on Vimeo.

Now this is a goody!

On the 7th of December two pretty cool things will happen. A truly independent film set in Christchurch, driven by a team of passionate New Zealanders and Australians will be debuting. The special point of difference that, in what is a world first of this size, the film SUNDAY will open and be released across cinemas, TV, the internet, DVD and with airlines….allll at the same time!

SUNDAY  is about Eve (Camille Keenan) and Charlie (Dustin Clare) who are about to have a baby, but are no longer together. After years of history and months of separation, they have 24 hours to find their way forward. Set in Christchurch, New Zealand one year after the earthquakes that devastated the city, SUNDAY is a story like the city: one of past devastation and a chance of rebuilding.

Michelle Joy Lloyd, the Director, Producer and Distributor of the film came up with the idea of the multi-platform release as a response to piracy – “We are committed to letting you watch this film when you want, where you want, on whatever platform you want. Actually we think people should be able to watch all films in that way, but they currently can’t” says Michelle.  “Everyone likes to complain about piracy, but instead of joining in, we want to do something about it!”

Get in amongst it and support our local go-getters! I have just pre-ordered my own copy from the link on the trailer above!

SUNDAY : an independent feature film set in Christchurch, New Zealand one year after the devastating earthquakes. SUNDAY : an independent feature film set in Christchurch, New Zealand one year after the devastating earthquakes. SUNDAY : an independent feature film set in Christchurch, New Zealand one year after the devastating earthquakes.Imagery courtesy of SUNDAY
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One Response to SUNDAY

  1. Caroline says:

    I was lucky enough to go to the screening in sumner on Saturday. BEAUTIFUL piece of work – a visual treat following a simple but really emotive story. I highly recommend viewing!

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