Sell your movie memorabilia online

Are you one of the many Kiwis with a <em>Lord of the Rings</em> t-shirt? How about a souvenir from <

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Are you one of the many Kiwis with a Lord of the Rings t-shirt? How about a souvenir from The Chronicles of Narnia? A prop or wardrobe item from Hercules or Xena? If you've always thought they may be worth a fortune one day, here's your chance to find out. www.thefilmshrine.com is a niche website designed exclusively for trading film and television memorabilia. Even better news for film fans - it's totally commission free.Visitors can browse items on offer, list their own for sale or advertise wish lists of coveted memorabilia.

So now is the perfect time to open your wardrobe and give some lights, camera and action to any surplus crew T-shirts, props, models, posters, costumes or even call sheets you may have.

Some of the first items listed on the site include a crew shirt from the recently released vampire flick Perfect Creature; animation cells from the hit TV series Bro' Town as well as a cast autographed poster from Sione's Wedding, kindly donated by South Pacific Pictures.

If you don't have time to upload items for sale, but are keen to support this innovation, then donations of unwanted film and TV memorabilia will be gratefully received. Just post to Film South, PO Box 330, Christchurch and they'll make sure they get star billing on the site.

The Film Shrine is the creation of Film South - a charitable trust and regional film office providing free location crew and business support information in the South Island's Canterbury and West Coast.

5/11/07

Written by

Sian Clement

6 Nov 2007