Report on cultural equity and inclusion in kids' TV
Here's some interesting reading - the latest See Jane 2020 TV Report, from the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media explores cultural equity and inclusion in popular children's TV shows fr ...read more.
Teleporting now a reality
Aliesha Staples and the team at Staples VR have come up with a solution for getting people together when travel is expensive or just not possible. Avatour lets you transport your clients, col ...read more.
Members in the NZCS
Congratulations to Bayley Broome-Peake for joining the New Zealand Cinematographers Society  Committee, and to Nina Wells, NZCS vice president, for staying on for another year!
Final call for Show Me Shorts 2020 entries
You have until 1 July to enter your work in Show Me Shorts 2020 so put down whatever you're doing and enter! Now that New Zealand has moved to Level One in the response to the Covid-19 pand ...read more.
Intimacy guidelines available from Equity NZ
We're very pleased to see that the Intimacy Guidelines are now freely accessible and we encourage you to read them. We congratulate Equity NZ on this excellent piece of work!   Clic ...read more.
Rolls doco in NZIFF world premiere
Lala Rolls devoted eight years to making her documentary Tupaia's Endeavour, which will have its world premiere in a special director's cut exclusively for Whānau Mārama: New Zealand ...read more.
Loimata: The Sweetest Tears to premiere at NZIFF
Anna Marbrook's Loimata, The Sweetest Tears, will also have its world premiere at the NZIFF. Executive produced by Dame Gaylene Preston with cinematography by Jess Charlton, Marbrook's ...read more.
Pooley doco will premiere NZIFF
Another doco to have its world premiere at the NZIFF this year is The Girl On The Bridge. Directed by Leanne Pooley, produced by Cass Avery, Alex Reed and edited by Margot Francis ...read more.