New co-fund to encourage Māori language content 
Funding agencies Te Māngai Pāho and Irirangi Te Motu/NZ On Air have announced a new co-fund, with $8 million available for proposals with a minimum of at least 30% te reo Māori content. ...read more.
Doc Edge comes to your town
To celebrate being able to go back to the cinema, Doc Edge is going on tour with a selection of some of the best films from this year's festival for you to enjoy on the big screen! Watch work by ...read more.
Diverse shorts among some of the best at the Show Me Shorts Festival
If you love diverse stories, you'll be pleased to hear that 12 of the 78 shorts in this year's Show Me Shorts Festival programme hold LGBTQI+ connections. Here's a list of those and where yo ...read more.
Deadline looms for Fresh Shorts funding
Get cracking people, the deadline to apply for Fresh Shorts funding is 1pm on Monday, 19 October! Just a reminder that this year the application process has been changed, making it simpler for t ...read more.
Māori Television RFPs due
Here's another fast-approaching deadline for you! The date for pitches to be in to Māori Television for the Te Māngai Pāho Receptive Funding Round 2, is 1pm on Wednesday 21 October, 2020. See be ...read more.
Celebrate the 12th German Film Festival!
Catch the newest movies from Germany, Austria and Switzerland! The Goethe-Institut is trialling a hybrid version of the German Film Festival this year, with one-off in-cinema screenings wher ...read more.
Show Me Shorts Festival tickets on sale
It's time to celebrate short film! As is the new normal for film festivals these days, Show Me Shorts includes a mix of in-cinema and online screenings. The SMS team recommends you book ...read more.
Mobile Film Festival: one film, one mobile, one minute
Grab your phone and start filming a one-minute creative masterpiece for the Mobile Film Festival! This year's theme is Women's Empowerment, and, as always, you can only use one phone, and the fi ...read more.