WIFT NZ Interns
  We're now accepting applications for our highly successful annual internship programme here at WIFT. The programme is designed for women in their final year of study in screen-relate ...read more.
Call for Applications: Robyn Laing Scholarship
  The WIFT NZ Robin Laing Scholarship, originally established by WIFT Wellington, is an annual partnership initiative between WIFT NZ and The Film School, Wellington. Named for WIFT We ...read more.
Three Kiwis at Berlin Film Festival
  More kiwi films overseas can only be a good thing - so we're happy to report that there will be three of our films at this year's Berlin International Film Festival,  one of the wo ...read more.
Ford Foundation Launches $50 Million Fund for Next-Generation Documentary Filmmakers
Well what do you know - massive global car brand puts money into nurturing the arts! The Ford Foundation has announced a five-year, $50 million initiative to help find and support a new genera ...read more.
A New Collaboration for Sundance
Corporate business getting hand-in-hand with independent film? What's the world coming to! The Sundance Institute and Mahindra Group recently announced a multifaceted agreement that showcases th ...read more.
Baby: A Short Film by Raquel Sims
Correction: Oops, we accidentally credited Nikki Parlane as the filmmaker for a short film mentioned in our newsletter, when it was actually written and produced and directed by Raquel Sims, and ...read more.
Win a Year’s Free Membership
Fancy us paying for your next year's WIFT membership? Well, take a couple of minutes and give us some feedback in the latest WIFT survey, now live at our website. We'd love to know your thoughts ...read more.
Miriam O'Reilly Wins Landmark Ageism Case Against BBC
  Former Countryfile presenter Miriam O'Reilly has won her employment tribunal case against the BBC on the grounds of ageism and discrimination - but not sexism. O'Reilly, 53, took the ...read more.