VIDEO SLOT 82 women march
Women ruled the Cannes Film Festival red carpet on Saturday 12 May; 82 women marched in protest against gender inequality in the film industry. Just 82 films have screened in competition at the more.
The 2019 Athena Festival awaits your submissions
Here's a wonderful opportunity to showcase your work in front of an international audience! Submissions to the 2019 Athena Festival are now open, and they're looking for films that showcase women more.
Kiwi cinematography legend on panel of NZIFF
The NZIFF is fast approaching so keep your eyes peeled for the programme, which will be out later in June. We have a code for WIFT members to get discounted tickets, and we'll email that to you more.
Pequeneza Q&A at Doc Edge Festival premiere
Be sure to catch Canadian Screen Award-winner Nadine Pequeneza's fascinating documentary The Invisible Heart, at its world premiere in Auckland on May 25, where it is screening as part of t more.
NZOA releases Roadmap for funding allocation approach
Just in case you missed this in the May 2018 NZ On Air newsletter...Following a stakeholder conversation about the state of local drama production (hosted by NZOA in September 2017), NZOA has re more.
Submissions open for Vancouver International Women in Film Festival 2019
Women tell amazing, dynamic, interesting, thought-provoking, affecting, inspiring, funny and down-right exciting stories, and here's your chance to prove it! Submissions are now open for the 201 more.
Last chance to register for Auckland's Screen Edge Forum
The 12th annual Screen Edge Forum is on at the weekend and there's still a chance to get tickets! And remember,  WIFT members can register for the Forum at special discounted rates! The fun more.
There's an exciting new award for Doc Pitch winner
All Screen Edge Forum Auckland registrants are able to attend Doc Pitch as audience members (think Dragon's Den for documentary ideas) Check out the 2018 doc pitches you'll be watching here & more.