WIFT Workshop with Cinematographer Andrew McGeorge

WIFT Workshop with Cinematographer Andrew McGeorge

Posted Thursday 10 Nov 2022

Andrew McGeorge is well known and celebrated for his work in The Panthers, Teine Sā, Do No Harm, The Meg, Sis and Ash Vs. Evil Dead.

Currently in Christchurch, he will use case studies from his own work to explore how a cinematographer:

  • nurtures story from script to screen;
  • builds a shared visual language with the director; and
  • maintains healthy collaborative relationships that last beyond just one project.

Time: 6:00pm drinks for 6:30pm start

Date: Wednesday 23 November 2023

Location: Whitebait Media, 41 Princess Street, Middleton, Christchurch.

WIFT NZ members FREE; non-members $15 cash - includes wine and nibbles.
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Date: Wednesday 23 Nov 2022
Location: TBC
Time: 6:00pm drinks for a 6:30pm start


Upcoming events...

Wednesday 03 Jul 2024

What can VFX and animation offer to live-action filmmakers?

WIFTNZ and DEGANZ have teamed up for this exciting Wellington workshop. Here's your chance to understand the transition from live action to animation or VFX. Demystifying the creative process, the art form and the terminology, this workshop will give you the information you need to expand your vision successfully!

Join for an illuminating evening with this talented group of panelists: Senior Lecturer Lala Rolls, Director Jo Luping, Director Loren Taylor and Director and Technical Artist, Raqi Syed.

  • Are you looking to include animation or VFX into your next project?
  • Do you want to save time and money by learning what you need to know beforehand?
  • Would you like to ask all your questions now, so you can be smart when the times comes?

This is a workshop for directors, producers, the production team, and anyone else who wishes to increase their knowledge!

Date: July 3

Time: 6 pm drinks, 6:30 pm start.

Venue: 129 Park Rd. Miramar.

WIFT NZ and DEGANZ members FREE, non-members $20, students $10, includes wine and nibbles.


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