Gregory King



Gregory's second feature length film, A Song Of Good, recently had its world premiere at the Rotterdam International Film Festival 2008 and has also been selected for the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. A Song Of Good is screening in the New Zealand International Film Festivals 2008.

In 2003 Gregory made the the ultra low budget film Christmas which was selected for several major international film festivals including Toronto, Edinburgh and Locarno.

Gregory has made three short films:  Pop, which premiered at the New Zealand International Film Festivals, "...teach you a lesson!" and Junk.  All three have been critically acclaimed, with Pop winning Most Outstanding Achievement In A Video Production together with feature documentary Original Schtick at the Melbourne International Film Festival in 1999, and Junk winning Best Short Film and Best Cinematography at the Nokia New Zealand Film Awards in 2001.

Gregory is now based between Berlin and Auckland and is developing a German feature, Pollution Girl Dreaming, and a New Zealand feature, Tane's Krystal, both of which he will be directing. Gregory also writes scripts for other New Zealand directors.

 

Other awards
Winner of the SPADA (Screen Production and Development Association, NZ) New Filmmaker of the Year 2002

 

Notable Festival Selections 

 A Song of Good
Rotterdam, Philadelphia, Buenos Aries, Karlovy Vary, New Zealand, Durban, Gijon, Montreal, Warsaw,  Flanders, International Film Festivals

Christmas
Toronto, Locarno, Edinburgh, Melbourne, International Film Festivals


 

Films we have screened by this Director