The Aro Valley Digital film movement is examined through interviews with the various filmmakers and extensive clips of their work.
Aro Valley Digital was the name given to a loose group of film-makers by film theorist Russell Campbell. All the film-makers have, even if only for a short time, lived in the Aro Valley (a suburb in Wellington, New Zealand).
The film was intended as a snapshot of the work and ideas of the filmmakers involved rather then a critical appraisal of the work itself. An introductory survey to the Aro Digital films.
All interviews were conducted in early 2005 in Wellington, New Zealand.
- The basic connections between the filmmakers.
- An Alternative mode of Filmmaking in New Zealand.
- The origins of Campbell Walker's first film 'Three Nights'.