Saturday
30
Apr
2022
Speed Dating for Writers, Directors & Producers

Speed Dating for Writers, Directors & Producers

Posted Tuesday 26 Apr 2022

THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT

We have a new date and a new venue for this event! We've had to pare it down a bit however due to Covid-19 restrictions, so this event is only for writers, directors and producers in the Scripted Feature/Series Drama space.

Here's your opportunity to pitch your ideas and skills to each other! Producers, even if your slate is full, it's always a good idea to meet new talent and hear fresh ideas.

Writers/directors you may attend as a team.

Meetings will be 20 minutes long. At the bell you move on. 

Cost: WIFT and NZWG members $5; non-members $10 (tea and coffee included. There will be a lunch break. 

Enquiries to office@wiftnz.org.nz

Date: Saturday 30 Apr 2022
Location: Click Studios (Building 2) 525 Rosebank Rd, Avondale, Auckland
Time: 10am-3:30pm

Saturday
30
Apr
2022

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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

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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

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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.