I’ll be playing a 45 minute modular set before the screening of the new independent film “Baseball” from Director F. Theodore Elliott.

What’s it about?

‘Everyone around here knows each other now…’

Abandoned houses filled with useless old junk. Empty streets in deserted suburbs. And why do the airplanes seem to only be heading west? ‘Baseball’ is a cryptic and hypnotic fever-dream of a world out of sync. Like picture postcards from a parallel universe, a series of static and surreal vignettes reveal the lives of a loose knit group of teenagers trying to find sense in emptiness. The feature film debut of F. Theodore Elliott, ‘Baseball’ offers a compelling, challenging and surreal cinematic experience not to be missed.


Saturday 11th of June


The Hop House
297 Maunganui Road,
Mount Maunganui 3116

Entry for all events is only $10 !

Venues have seating but feel free to bring a pillow.
Come along and support independant music & cinema!

Facebook event page

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Posted by:Scott Brown

A creative type from New Zealand exploring sound and visual art.

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