Production during Covid19 Akl

Production during Covid19 Akl

Posted Saturday 27 Feb 2021

Production during Covid19 Akl
1.30 to 3.00pm

For the first time, a WIFT workshop you may want to attend, wherever you are!  Yes, no surprise, its via ZOOM.


So, you are heading back to work and there are so many questions to answer!  WIFT brings you three panellists who have managed to be in production in Level 3 and in some instances, Level 4!


Moderated by Sarah Kinniburgh, Head of TV and Branded Content for SATELLITE, we will address the panellists' respective experiences to getting their productions underway, how the process has evolved since and what the immediate future looks like as regards to setting up/running a production in line with new Covid-19 industry requirements. All the practicalities, including cost, covered off in one easily accessible WIFT workshop!

Your fabulous panellists are:


Janine Morrell-Gunn, Executive Producer, Whitebait Media

Sally Campbell, Head of Production, South Pacific Pictures

Kylie Croft, Head of Production - operations, Greenstone

Date of workshop:  Tuesday 2 June

Time: 1.30pm - 3.00pm

Venue:  ZOOM

To Join us - check your WIFT emails for the link or email the office


(with thanks to SATELLITE for helping facilitate this workshop)


If you have questions you would like answered, please email them in to office@wiftnz.org.nz

Date: Tuesday 02 Jun 2020
Time: 1.30pm - 3.00pm


Upcoming events...

Wednesday 09 Feb 2022

NEW DATE! Demystifying LX for production

This event is back on after being postponed from October.

Are you in production and wanting to learn how lighting works? Do you want to understand what your gaffer, best wahine, LX assist and DOP are talking about? Do you want a better understanding of the LX whys and wheres and the production considerations for these?

No matter the size of your production, this is the workshop for you!

Come along to this event where you can ask WIFT NZ ally Zac Beckett-Knight (a grip and gaffer with Late Knight Productions) all your questions. 

Zac has been a technician in the Canterbury film industry for nearly a decade. Known as a 'Zac of all trades' and a total production solution, he’s worked in nearly every department. Recently he has specialised in LX and grip services in the region, working on commercials, corporate, drama and music videos that visit the region.

RSVP to office@wiftnz.org.nz, and please state your industry role. 

WIFTNZ members free, non-members $15 cash - includes a drink and nibbles.

When: 6-8pm, Wednesday 9 February, 2022

Where: Belmont Studio, 31 Southwark Street, Christchurch Central City

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