Tribute to cast and crew at screening

More than 70 people attended the cast and crew screening of Every Little Thing at the Rialto Cinemas in Newmarket last night.

Writer-Director John Harris paid tribute to the many people who had made the film a success. “Right from the start I promised myself I would hire the best people I could,” he said, “and it paid off. I was amazed and humbled by their energy and dedication.”

The cast and crew all “took ownership” of the story and put their heart and soul into it. “No one fainted when I mentioned there was an upside down car with someone stuck under it … and no one resigned when I told them a key cast member was a Mexican dung beetle.”

Harris thanked his family for their support,  and audience members made particular  mention of Fred Renata’s cinematography and Karl Steven’s music.

Pictured below: John with his sisters Penny (left) and Rose, who travelled from Whangarei for the screening. 

ELT screening - John +PenRose


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5 responses to “Tribute to cast and crew at screening

  1. pamela zane keys

    CONGRATULATIONS to all involved – at every level and in every way. Can’t wait to see Every Little Thing at the movies! The making went so fast for we the lookers-on!! 🙂


  2. Carin Ardelius

    Tack Karl! Fint att du blev nämnd. Per o Kerstin har lyssnat på musiken o är imponerade. De hälsar. Kram kram Carin

    Skickat från min iPhone

    > 26 aug 2016 kl. 03:17 skrev EveryLittleThing : > > >


  3. Jan Z

    Congrats John and all!
    Cinematography and music totally superb. Class acting, colour, sound, sets, a committed crew hanging together with your story.
    And a little magic… Awesome.


  4. Coben Storer

    Absolutely amazeballs. Hats off to everyone involved.


  5. Thanks for the positive feedback Coben!


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