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Rouzie is a Bulgarian born writer/director, who moved from London to New Zealand in May 2018.   read more >



 

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WIFT NZ, Women in Film and Television Incorporated, is an organisation with over 800 members working in film, television and associated industries which works to support growth and sustainability in the screen industries with a particular emphasis on equal opportunity and participation for women. WIFT NZ belongs to a global network and runs a full and varied programme of workshops, events, and  mentoring; offers a varied range of purchasing discounts; issues a regular newsletter and provides networking, research, advocacy, information and support services.
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Wift Awards 2018

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Wed

19

Dec

Today's video slot features a story about food and loving your neighbour - to get you in the Christmas spirit! Written and produced by Dr Sapna Samant, with Amy Barber on sound design, Kimbap is also about the isolation and loneliness of a Korean 'goose' family, where the mother and dau ...read more.

Wed

19

Dec

What does 'power' mean to you? Here's your chance to explain. Loading Docs invites New Zealand filmmakers to submit proposals for the 2019 collection of short documentaries, and the theme is power. As a creative motivation, be it physical, internal, social, political, emotional or psychologic ...read more.

Wed

19

Dec

Here's an uplifting interview about progress on the Time's Up movement. Actresses Brie Larson and Tessa Thompson and the University of Southern California's Stacy Smith tell The Hollywood Reporter about their "very simple formula to create change" in the industry. Take a short break from all ...read more.

Tue

18

Dec

Well done to members who have been awarded NZ On Air funding for factual story-telling for 2019. It looks like a busy year ahead for: Greenstone TV and Scottie Douglas Productions for Origins, 3 x 44 mins, for TVNZ 1, $1,336,267 Rogue Productions for By The Balls, 1 x 90 mins ...read more.

Tue

18

Dec

On a lighter note, these members have been awarded NZ On Air funding for their comedy projects. We're looking forward to the laughs! MediaWorks TV for Golden Boy, 8 x 22 mins, for Three, up to $841,532, and for New Zealand Today, 8 x 22 mins, for Three, up to $524,195 South Pacific ...read more.

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