Tin God in The Chronicle

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Still Waters sneak peek.


As promised here is your first look at the new artwork for Still Waters featuring John Maila.

Check your favourite DVD outlet or order now in time for Christmas!


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Tin God sneak peek


Here is your first look at the artwork for the DVD release of Tin God featuring Tana Smith on the cover.

Order your copy of the film today at any of the sites below.

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Awards for Still Waters cast members

Congratulations to Penny Anne Hoffmann who took out the 'Best Actress' award tonight at the ASIN awards held at the ICON bar. Penny had the award presented to her by her mentor and Australian TV legend Tony Bonner (Skippy).

The 'Best Actor' award went to a very deserving and gracious Criag Ingham. Both Craig and Penny are hard working local talent and were overwhelmed to receive these awards as voted by their peers.

Other awards included 'Best director' which went to David Gould who has just completed shooting his feature film 'The Cure' in New Zealand and 'Best new filmmaker' was Aash Aaron.


To see Penny and Craig at work check out 'Still Waters' when it is released this month.
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Tin God on DVD


Get Reel Films is proud to announce that Tin God is now available on DVD in Australia.
The release of Tin God is a welcome achievement to all those who have been involved in the project over the past couple of years.

Shot on location in Toowoomba, Queensland, Tin God is the first feature film by director Jake Reedy who co-wrote the script with Rachael McMeeking. Reedy and McMeeking teamed up with producer Sarah Dinsey to complete their vision along with Get Reel Films.

Since completing Tin God; Reedy, McMeeking and Dinsey collaborated again on 'Loyalty' which will be released in 2012. Currently Reedy and McMeeking are in development on their third film 'Heartless' while Dinsey has just wrapped shooting on her third feature length film 'One June Afternoon'.


The cast of Tin God have been busy too. Leading man Tana Smith also starred in 'Loyalty' alongside Tin God's leading lady Whitney Duff before taking on two more leading roles in 'Who pays the Hitman' and 'Still Waters' while Joey Kingman who plays Cassie has also just completed work on her role in 'One June Afternoon'.

Tin God is a rare breakthrough in the era of big budget cinema, this low budget drama has battled against the odds to finally find it's way to the public this alone is a tribute to the strength of the performances and the raw vision of the filmmakers.

Get Reel Films hopes you will support our local industry and talent.


Expect the DVD to take a couple of weeks to filter into your local store, till then you can order your copy online at the sites below.

Sanity - Tin God
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Queensland films at the GCFF

Get Reel Films attended the opening of the Gold Coast Film Festival on Monday with a number of the cast from Still Waters.

Tana Smith, Carmel Savage, Meisha Lowe, Penny Hoffmann and Craig Ingham were all in attendance to view the opening night film 'Let the bullets fly' starring Chow Yun-Fat and Jiang Wen.

Carmel and Meisha also star in another locally made film 'The Killage' which screens this evening as part of day four of the festival check out the link for more info.

Day 4 at the GCFF

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Savage's screen dream.


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Cannes premiere for Still Waters and Tin God

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Tin Gods TV interview

Tin God Interview

Check out the recent TV interview with two of Tin Gods producers.
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Samoa Observer Article
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Get Reel Films wins grant

Get Reel Films would like to say a very big thank you to everyone who supported us and voted over the last couple of weeks on the Suncorp bank back to business site. You helped keep us in the top ten for the first two weeks of the competition and then today I received the call from Suncorp informing me that Get Reel Films had been selected as one of this weeks winners.

The grant will go a long way in helping us to get locally made projects in front of an international audience over the coming months.

We especially want to say thanks to Suncorp bank for running this scheme and supporting businesses like ours who are rebuilding from the January floods. There are still plenty of deserving businesses out there so log onto the site below and vote for your favourite.

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