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Sales of New Zealand films up 76% over last year

Sales of New Zealand films have shot up 76% in the past year and have generated a gross income of $5.43m, according to the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC).In its annual report, NZFC found that local films made commissions of $1.12m, up from $207,698 in 2005/06. NZFC-financed films saw international success with films like The World's Fasted Indian, which was seen by nearly a quarter of a million people in the UK and Japan alone.

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