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Fane Flaws (born 1951) is a New Zealand musician, songwriter, and artist. He was a member of bands including Blerta, Spats and The Crocodiles. Until joining Blerta he was known by his second name Michael: Bruno Lawrence insisted Fane was a better name.
He wrote many of the songs used in the film Meet the Feebles.
He also designs rugs, paints and creates assemblage art works from found objects such as demolition timber and building fittings.
- Rodney and Juliet (1990)
Directed unless otherwise noted
|Shall We Go|
|Come on Over||Matt Finish|
|My Heart's on Fire||Machinations|
|Get Some Humour||Jenny Morris|
|Life in Asia||I Am Joe's Music|
|Talking 'bout the Fridge|
|The Way You Get Your Way|
|1983||Beautiful Things||The Front Lawn|
|1985||Diamonds on China||The Narcs|
|1986||Injun Joe||The Johnnys|
|1992||Dominion Road||The Mutton Birds|
|In My Room
directed by Leon Narbey, recut by Fane Flaws.
|Naked Flame||Dave Dobbyn|
|1999||Can You Hear Us||Neil Finn|
- Best Video at the New Zealand Music Awards, 1985 for The Narcs: Diamonds on China
- Best Video at the New Zealand Music Awards, 1988 for Holidaymakers: Sweet Lovers
- Best First Film at Clermont Ferrand Film Festival for Rodney and Juliet
- Best TV Graphics, 1989 NZ LIFTA Awards for Radio with Pictures
- Lemon & Paeroa soft drink. (1991)
- McDonald's (1991)
- New Zealand Police – community service commercial on babysitting. (1981)
- NZ Post (1991)
- Rexona Dry Solid anti perspirant (1990)
- History. faneflaws.com.
- Fane Flaws. NZ On Screen.
- Fane Flaws – Clever Bastards: The best of New Zealand art & design
- Dix, John, Stranded in Paradise, Penguin, 2005. ISBN 0-14-301953-8
- Eggleton, David, Ready To Fly, Craig Potton, 2003. ISBN 1-877333-06-9
- Spittle, Gordon, Counting The Beat, GP Publications, 1997. ISBN 1-86956-213-5
- Fane Flaws official website
- AudioCulture profile
- Fane Flaws at the Internet Movie Database
- NZ On Screen biography and screenography
- Radio New Zealand Interview
- Parihaka music video, NZ Film Archive
- Sweet Lovers Music Video, NZ Film Archive
- Fane Flaws in artists profiles at Dilana Rugs
- The under water melon man and other unreasonable rhymes
- The New Zealand Film Archive
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