Panui

Posted Monday 18 Mar 2013

Kia ora

This week's edition of Te Purapura is now available on http://www.tmp.govt.nz/television.html

It has information on:

  • Language Planning Workshop - Auckland 27 March 2013
  • Board Funding Decisions March 2013
  • New dates for 2013/2014 Financial year.
  • Highlights - M?ori Television and TVNZ

Next Up...


The 2013 Killer Films Internship Scholarship.

Posted Monday 18 Mar 2013

Script to Screen have announced a new sponsor, visual content company  Thick As Thieves, who are funding this internship which supports emerging New Zealand talent.

The Scholarship will fly the winning applicant to New York and pay their living costs for three months while they work as an intern in Killer Films' development department.

Killer Films, led by producers  Christine Vachon and  Pam Koffler, is at the forefront of independent American cinema and is responsible for a long list of successful films including Kids, Happiness and I'm Not There. Over the past two years, Killer has managed to produce 12 features despite a tough economic environment, including the recent Sundance hit Kill Your Darlings.

"Working at Killer Films and being in NYC taught me a great deal about the independent film industry in America, my time there really motivated me in my own work, it reminded me that to make indie films one must be extremely adaptable, be able to do pretty much everything, and persevere. And it taught me that to have any chance of creating an original film you must stay focused on your own point of view while also keeping an eye on what's being made and has been made already."

- previous recipient Michelle Savill.

Applications close Friday April 5.

Visit our website for more details.

This scholarship is made possible with assistance from the  New Zealand Film Commission and  Thick As Thieves.