Film maker back with Japan footage



FORMER Yeppoon Cinema owner Kevin Baglow has re- turned from Japan after filming footage for his first documentary.

Focussing on future technology and robots at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan, Mr Baglow said he had completed the first 15 minutes of his pilot which was available to see for free at his website www.filmtheatres.com.

"I really enjoyed Japan and I am still working out what my next project will be,'' he said.

Mr Baglow said an idea for a documentary on the cinematic history of the 20th century, focus- sing on Central Queensland had been put on the backburner.

"I'd like to improve on my edit- ing techniques before starting on my next project.''

Mr Baglow has spent more than $50,000 since selling the Yeppoon Cinemas on Normanby Street for an undisclosed amount and ful- filling his dream to be a documen- tary maker.



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