From the remastered collection

 


 

available here from Amplifier in CD or MP3 format

 or from MarbecksJB Hifi, Te Papa or Big Bad Wolf in Wellington

SOME PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF PIXIE WILLIAMS MUSIC GO TO NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS

 

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Dec092013

Critical Acclaim for 'Dotty'...

Film Directors' Mick Andrews and Brett O'Gorman are collecting international accolades for their short film 'Dotty' about an elderly resident of a rest home suffering from alzheimers struggling to send a text to her daughter.  

Andrews, who also wrote the film, first came to Blue Smoke's attention when he asked to use Williams 'Blue Smoke' for the credits, but with the films success he needed to produce a trailer and Williams 'Ain't it a Shame' was selected.  

Watch the trailer here and see why the film is an international hit.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bmbpt3meTrA

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