New York born, NZ-raised Elric Kane collaborated with Alexander Greenhough on three low-budget digital features belonging to the so-called Aro Valley Film Movement. In 2010 Kane made a documentary on the movement called Campbell Walker is a Friend of Mine, named after the director who started it. Now based in Los Angeles, Kane interviews directors and actors for online horror movie show Inside Horror.
There’s nothing negative about making a film. It’s the most positive thing you can do in the world — we’re making films about disconnection, but you have to connect to make a movie. Elric Kane on making Kissy Kissy, in a 2007 Lumiere profile