Tuesday
05
Jul
2022
Cannes Debrief - Auckland

Cannes Debrief - Auckland

Posted Monday 04 Jul 2022

Thanks to the Covid pandemic, it's been a while, but finally New Zealand producers were able to reconnect with their international counterparts at Cannes. Come along and hear from some WIFT NZ members who went. They'll be explaining how the festival operated in this Covid-world, what the outlook is for the screen industry, who is doing business and what they're interested in!

Our panel will be sharing their Festival highlights, you'll hear about their wins, and find out whether you should try to attend next year.

Come along to this workshop for a debrief from our very energised panel!

Moderator:
Karin Williams, producer Multinesia Productions

Panel:

WIFT members free; non members $15 cash; includes drinks and nibbles.

Date: Tuesday 05 Jul 2022
Location: Click Studios 145 Carrington Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland
Time: 6pm networking for 6:30pm start

Tuesday
05
Jul
2022

Upcoming events...

Wednesday 07 Dec 2022

Auckland Screen Guilds Christmas Party

WIFT NZ members, come along to the 2022 Screen Guilds Christmas Party!
Eat, drink and catch up on each other's news.
All screen guild members are welcome:
DEGANZ, EQUITY, NAW, NZCS, NZWG, PASC, SIGANZ, SMSG, SPADA, WIFT NZ.

Bookings essential

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Thursday 08 Dec 2022

Wellington Screen Guilds Christmas Party

WIFT NZ members, come along to the 2022 Wellington Screen Guilds Christmas Party!
Eat, drink and catch up on each other's news.
All screen guilds members are welcome:
DEGANZ, EQUITY, NAW, NZCS, NZWG, PASC, SIGANZ, SMSG, SPADA, WIFT NZ.

Booking is essential

Click here to RSVP  

Monday 12 Dec 2022

Screen Guilds Christmas Party Christchurch

WIFT NZ members, come along to the 2022 Christchurch Screen Guilds Christmas Party!
Eat, drink and catch up on each other's news.
All screen guilds members are welcome:
DEGANZ, EQUITY, NAW, NZCS, NZWG, PASC, SIGANZ, SMSG, SPADA, WIFT 

RSVP essential to office@wiftnz.org.nz by 9 December

Programme is brought to you with generous support from the NZ Film Commission and Foundation North.