NEWS

RAISING THE DEAD//

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011 by Nicole Norelli
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WHAT: ‘Raising The Dead’ Fundraiser
WHERE: The Bakery ARTRAGE Complex
WHEN: Saturday 26th Feb 2011

Local filmmaker and Cut and Paste sweetheart Aaron McCann threw a fundraiser last Saturday night called ‘Raising the Dead’ for his Zombie film ‘Perished’ at The Bakery.
The gig was held to help raise funding for the post production on the Perth bred zombie film ‘Perished’ which McCann has co- written and co-directed.  All the undead fans came out to play!
There was zombie face painting by pro special effects makeup artists who made blisters and bullet wounds, gore-lesque girls ‘Duchess Silk’ ate liver on stage and punk rockers Slaughterhouse Five, Die Scoundrels, and Mongrel Country played one hellraising soundtrack all in aid of a great cause! Good on you McCann!

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Cut & Paste 7 Launch

Friday, May 15th, 2009 by John

Cut & Paste 7 Launch Poster

Cut & Paste 7 will be launched at the ‘Cut & Paste Roller Disco’ on Friday May 29, at the Hellenic Community Centre, 20 Parker St. Northbridge. Taking it back to the roller rink Cut & Paste encourages you to bring down your skates and get rolling to the sounds of Harlequin League, The Typhoons, Will Stoker & The Embers, the Signal Drivers and Cut & Paste favourite NAIK, rocking some fresh laptop treats. The boys from Last Chance Studio will be doing the live-art on the night, and as always expect to indulge in awesomeness that is a Cut & Paste launch.

The ‘Cut & Paste Roller Disco’ will get its boogie on from 8pm, with entry $10 on the door. Cut & Paste will also ensure that beverage prices reflect the economic times of the moment.

Cut & Paste 7 will be available on the streets of Perth, Sydney and Melbourne from June 1st.

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CUT & PASTE WASA Win!

Sunday, March 22nd, 2009 by John

CUT & PASTE took out a second WASA for ‘Best Cross Platform Media’ Award at the annual Western Australian Screen Awards on Saturday March 21. CUT & PASTE beat out strong competition from the SBS produced series mY Generation, and was the only independently produced nominee in the category.

Executive Producer John Macliver says: “It’s great to win the award for a second time and still be the only recipients’ of the cross-platform award. Its good to see the industry recognizing the hard work the whole team at CUT & PASTE put in throughout the year.”

Co-produced by local production studios Dirty Stylus Productions and The Penguin Empire, CUT & PASTE has developed a strong local following since its inception in 2007.

Grant Sputore, of the Penguin Empire also took out two WASA Awards on the night.

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Issue 6 Launch

Thursday, January 1st, 2009 by John

Cut & Paste 6 Launch Poster

Cut & Paste 6 is not far away, and sources say that it’s going to be a gooden, featuring Pivot, The Drones, Downsyde, Will Stoker, Pete Long, Missile and Injured Ninja, just to name a few.
As always Cut & Paste has a beaut selection of short films, film clips and interviews!

Cut & Paste 6 will be launched at the Bakery ARTRAGE Complex on Friday January 16, with a ’support your local’ showcase…
featuring Eleventh He Reachs London, Injured Ninja, Missile & Rhythm Infinite, Rooster Police, Taku, yLem & Massiv Trav… and other spicy bits & pieces…

Only $10 on the door! 8pm – late

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