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Apple Pie Film (Trailer) – 2016 Experimental Documentary

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Artist Sam Hamilton describes his experimental feature as an “independent inquiry” into 10 celestial bodies found in The Milky Way. The Arts Foundation New Generation award-winner splices together images ranging from psychedelia to performance art to physics — shot on 16mm film across NZ and Samoa. The film's centrepiece is a sequence of dancer Ioane Papali’i with his limbs tethered to a tree. Newshub's Matthew Hutching praised Apple Pie's debut screening at the 2016 NZ Film Festival: “an absorbing, playful rumination on scientific patterns across our galaxy.”

Key Cast & Crew

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Lani Feltham

Producer

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Sam Hamilton

Director

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Ian Powell

Cinematographer

If you wish to make apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.
– Quote by astrophysicist Carl Sagan, which helped inspire the film

Produced by

Sam Hamilton

Source

Sam Hamilton

Availability

World premiere on 16 July 2016 at Auckland's Event Cinemas (Queen Street), as part of the Auckland arm of the New Zealand International Film Festival 

Further festival screenings follow in other cities