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  1. Incendo and Screentime NZ Commence Filming the movie A LOVE YARN

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    Incendo  and Screentime  New Zealand  are pleased to  announce that  they have commenced principal photography on A LOVE YARN, starring New Zealand actress Anna Hutchison (Robert the Bruce;Encounter; Vengeance), as well as Simon Arblaster (Once Upon a Time; DC: Legends of Tomorrow; Wild Justice) and Olivia Tennet (Lord of the Rings; 800 Words; Kiri and Lou).  A LOVE YARN is being shot on location in New Zealand.


    A LOVE YARN is written by Becca Johanson.  It is with great excitement that we welcome the contribution of director Peter Burger (Filthy Rich; Until Proven Innocent; Mataku).  His last two films received a nomination in the category “Best Director” at the New Zealand Film & TV Awards and at the Qantas Television Awards.


    In A LOVE YARN  the owner of a quaint New Zealand yarn shop, Sophie Dale, gets her world flipped upside down  after  learning her top  supplier of  yarn,  King Farms, is stopping production. Much to her  surprise,  the charming yet  stuck-in-his-ways  Samuel King  has  travelled all  the  way from  New  York to  audit  the business model of the farm. Desperate to keep her shop going, Sophie convinces Samuel to give her two weeks to learn the ropes of yarn spinning and raise enough money to buy the mill herself. With Samuel’s help, Sophie comes up with a fundraising plan to host a “knit-off” and auction at the local makers’ market. However, when the two  weeks  come to  an  end Sophie  finds  herself at  a  crossroads of  business  and romance.  Could  she have misinterpreted Samuels growing romantic interest in her as just business all along?


    A LOVE YARN is produced in association with Citytv, a Rogers Sports & Media channel, to air as part of Citytv’s fan-favourite Fall in Love Fridays lineup. Kaleigh Kavanagh, Bridget Bourke and Tina McLaren will produce the film; Executive Producers are Jean Bureau, Ian Whitehead and Philly de Lacey.