Kiwi films among the highlights at Sydney Film Festival
Two New Zealand films driven by WIFT members are prominent in the latest announcement (PDF) from the Sydney Film Festival (June 8-17). My Year with Helen, by director/producer Gaylene Pres ...read more.
Why mothering makes women better at work
A WIFT member drew this LinkedIn post to our attention - great ammunition for the next time someone casts doubt on your commitment or ability to combine work with having a family. "A study pio ...read more.
Brilliant Matariki film line-up at Nga Taonga
Wellington's Nga Taonga Sound and Vision has curated a cracking line-up of films for their Matariki: Tau Hou 2017 programme, celebrating outstanding New Zealanders on film. From now unti ...read more.
WIFT winners at Doc Edge awards
A huge round of applause to WIFTers Prisca Bouchet and Leanne Pooley, for ther awards success at the Doc Edge International Film Festival Opening Gala Evening last week. Prisca Bouchet won Bes ...read more.
Film isn't dead! Long live film!
Screen Daily has reported that industry giants Kodak and Pinewood are working together to provide film-processing facilities in the UK. Kodak and Pinewood have announced that they will collabo ...read more.
A wizard of a screening this Sunday
Harry Potter, eat your heart out - there's a new boy-wizard film in town. WIFT member James Atkins is holding a cast-and-crew screening this Sunday of his new short film You're A Wizard ...read more.
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Digital Content Advisor The Digital Content Advisor - Kaiwhakahaere ā-ipurangi will provide content, development and administration services with a strong focus on Nga Taonga's website, social ...read more.
Outlining the war between Withoutabox and FilmFreeway
In a new post, Stephen Follows has dug into the battle between Withoutabox and FilmFreeway for control of the film festival submission market, and has written a fascinating investigative post en ...read more.