NZWG Seed and Seed Advanced applications for Round 1 are open
Scriptwriters, it's time to promote yourselves and apply for funding, so you can create your dream script! The goal of the New Zealand Writers Guild (NZWG) Seed grants is to give writers annopp ...read more.
Raupapa Whakaari Drama to the World funding applications open
Here's a wonderful new initiative designed to give filmmakers a greater understanding of how the international TV landscape works. Created by the New Zealand Film Commission and NZ On Air in con ...read more.
Applications are open for Script to Screen’s FilmUP 2019
Calling all tenacious and talented filmmakers: check out this year's FilmUP mentorship programme. FilmUP supports and empowers up to eight filmmakers to reach the next stage in their creative ca ...read more.
Tips for getting your screenplay be read by the right people
It took a year or so, but Stephen Follows and ScreenCraft crunched the data behind 12,309 feature film script reports, and the results are now available to read - and we encourage you to do so! ...read more.
Navigating the seven C's of scriptwriting with Ken Duncum
Row, row, row your screenplay all the way to this one-day course on writing a feature film. International Institute of Modern Letters screenwriting teacher Ken Duncum looks at strategies for: Co ...read more.
Hear Alina Marazzi talk about her Maternal Trilogy of films
Don't miss this opportunity to hear internationally acclaimed director of documentaries, fiction film and theatrical works Alina Marazzi's public lecture on her 'maternal trilogy' of films. Un'o ...read more.
Volunteers needed for Maoriland Film Festival
If you love film and want to get involved with a film festival, then the Māoriland Film Festival organiser want to hear from you! The MFF volunteer crew are known as kaitūao, and they're see ...read more.
Check out these women-helmed films during the Wellington Film Society 2019 season
Wellingtonions, you're in for a treat this year! The WFS's screenings will include Věra Chytilová's ground-breaking film Daisies, Sofia Coppola's arresting debut The Virgin Suicides, and Agnès V ...read more.