Welcome new members we're glad you're on board!
Members are our lifeblood so it's always heartwarming to review the last few months and find a healthy list of newbies and returnees to the WIFT family. A big tēnā kotou to: Trish Ingle, Lo ...read more.
Enjoy your holidays!
The WIFT office will be closed from 24 December and will re-open on 13 January. Our eNews will return on 22 January, 2020 - do let us know about what you've been doing so we can share it with ev ...read more.
Check out these jobs for December!
Executive producer Q&A TVNZ What Now TV presenter Whitebait Media Newshub reporter MediaWorks Content planner SKY TV Senior producer The Project MediaWor ...read more.
Amazing films made against the odds
How women of colour have been treated - and represented - in film is shameful, but despite this, some brilliant movies have been made against the odds, writes Katarina Hedrén for the BBC. Clic ...read more.
Enjoy docs in the square over summer
Aucklanders, did you know there's a giant digital screen behind the Town Hall? It towers over a grassy green and comes with bean bags, shade and a cafe / bar. Check out the programme of ...read more.
Wifters receive NZOA funding for comedy and horror series
We're glad to see more hardworking Wifters have been funded by New Zealand On Air in the last funding round of 2019. Tikilounge receives up to $660,000 for Aitu for Prime, and Brown Sugar A ...read more.
How can cinema attract younger audiences?
It's an issue that affects us all: the number of younger people going to movies is declining, so can the film industry halt the decline of young audiences in cinemas? Film industry data hound St ...read more.
Matangireia series a compelling insight into political legacies
A compelling new RNZ / NZ On Air video and podcast series exploring the political legacies of six former Māori MPs is in our video slot this week. Produced and directed by journalists Annabe ...read more.