She Shears in cinemas tomorrow
Make Thursday night movie night and go see She Shears, the documentary produced by Ainsley Gardiner and Georgina Conder, and released in New Zealand cinemas tomorrow. She Shears focuses on five more.
WIFTers get green light for factual series funding
We're delighted that a number of you successfully applied for NZOA funding. The projects are on topics as diverse as religion, homelessness, music, suicide, nature and living with disabilities. more.
WIFTers feature in Web Fest nominations
It's a bit difficult to spot the WIFT members in these finalists so please forgive us if we don't mention you! We can see Ness Simons, Annie Duckworth, and the team at Attitude. Congratulations more.
Taouma and Horrocks docos celebrate the Pacific at Nga Taonga
You can catch these wonderful Wifters' works this week at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision. First up is Lisa Taouma's Marks of Mana in its New Zealand premiere. In this new documentary, the fi more.
Your chance to see Rafiki and hear from Wanuri Kahiu
Here are opportunities around the country to see the film Rafiki and hear more from Kenyan filmmaker Wanuri Kahiu, presented by Marian Evans #directedbywomen. Kahiu kicks off #BIGSCREEN18 (click more.
What's changed after a year in Hollywood?
Pamela Hutchinson's excellent summary of the #MeToo movement in The Guardian is well worth a read. In the past 12 months, talk of change and proposed structural changes within the industry have more.
Doc Edge presents powerful Dancer documentary
Here's another great screening to mark in your diary: Doc Edge presents Dancer, the fascinating, powerful story of Sergei Polunin who took the dance world by storm and became the Royal ballet's more.
SAE 2019 applications open
Applications are open for the 2019 intakes in audio, music and screen production at SAE Creative Media Institute. If you're interested in applying you'll need to get cracking because SAE re more.