Important update from NZ TV Awards
Get your skates on folks, there are only two more weeks left to enter the NZ TV Awards! There's a change to the Best Presenter category: it's been split into two categories, Best Presenter Entertai ...read more.
Support needed for young film makers' workshops
WIFT member Libby Hakaraia, director of the Maoriland Film Festival, is asking for support from WIFTers to send 14 young Kiwis to lead Through Our Lens, a series of youth film making workshops in ...read more.
Diverse voices sought for screenplay competition
Does your story, your characters or your project give voice to underrepresented perspectives? Then this opportunity is for you. The WeScreenplay Diverse Voices Screenwriting Competition is now ...read more.
Be heard at the Screen Industry Election Forum
Well, hasn't next month's election become a whole lot more interesting lately?! Headlines aside, with the 2017 General Election around the corner, it is important for the screen industry and i ...read more.
The early bird gets the cheaper Doc Edge entry fee
How soon the deadlines start rolling around again! The folk at Doc Edge are already planning hard for the 2018 festival, and the early-bird deadline for entries is September 15, 2017. Doc Edg ...read more.
NZFC releases Statement of Intent 2017-2021
NZFC is working hard to make the planets align. No, really. The organisation has just released its Statement of Intent, reflecting the strategic objectives for the four-year period from 1 July ...read more.
Ten minutes with Kari Skogland
What's with the trend for feature directors moving to television? Director Kari Skogland discusses this and her incredible career and process in this 10-minute vid. From writing and directing ...read more.
A revealing interview with Jane Campion
"Jane Campion, one of the world's great film directors, has had it with the movies. It is eight years since she last made a full-length feature (the Keats biopic Bright Star), and 14 years since ...read more.