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What We Learn From Covid

What We Learn From Covid

Posted Thursday 17 Jun 2021

Currently in post-production are two films we are highly anticipating: Punch, produced by Robin Murphy and Catherine Fitzgerald; and Millie Lies Low, produced by Desray Armstrong and Angela Littlejohn.

All four filmmakers join us for this practical workshop. Both films were impacted by Covid, but at different points in the process, and their producers had to adapt accordingly. How will what they learned affect their filmmaking processes going forward? Moderated by Mark Westerby, producer.

Bookings essential, please rsvp to office@wiftnz.org.nz

Please note, there is plenty of on-street parking.

 

Date: Wednesday 24 Feb 2021
Location: Taia Studios, 4 Bay Rd, Kilbirnie, Wellington
Time: 6pm drinks for 6:30pm sharp start.

Wednesday
24
Feb
2021

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.