WIFT Wellington Events October/November

Posted Tuesday 15 Oct 2013

Wednesday 23 October 2013

Speaker to be confirmed - Save the Date!

NZFC Boardroom, Level 3, 119 Ghuznee Street

12:30pm

Speaker to be confirmed, but save the date regardless!

Bring your own lunch, tea and coffee will be provided.

Please RSVP to office@wiftnz.org.nz

Members: No Charge

Non-Members: $5

Wednesday 6 November 2013

DIY Distribution and Marketing

NZFC Boardroom, Level 3, 119 Ghuznee Street
12:30pm

The arena of film distribution and exhibition is littered with DIY distributors reinventing the wheel.  Who are you up against? Are you even in the right arena? If the right market is not being targeted it's largely a wasted effort ...

A discussion about what you need to know before you start.

With producer Andrew Beattie and others TBC

Bring your own lunch, tea and coffee will be provided.

Please RSVP to office@wiftnz.org.nz

Members: No Charge

Wednesday 20 November 2013

How to use key people to most effectively promote your film's release

NZFC Boardroom, Level 3, 119 Ghuznee Street
12:30pm

Diana Burns discusses the concept and process of media training for actors, directors and producers.

Bring your own lunch, tea and coffee will be provided.

Please RSVP to office@wiftnz.org.nz

Members: No Charge

Non-Members: $5

Non-Members: $5

 

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FIFO - Tahiti 2014 Update

Posted Tuesday 15 Oct 2013

Oceania Pitch is still waiting for promising Pacific documentary film projects that can be boosted into international co-production as part of the FIFO festival in Tahiti in February 2014.

Deadline for submissions is in four weeks, November 11, 2013. Please visit the website at www.oceaniapitch.org and submit your application online - it's just a mouse click away!

This year's coach for our three day preparatory workshop will be Hind Saih, a French / Moroccan producer situated in Paris with very good contacts to French national broadcasters, including Arte, and adviser for the Media Programme in Brussels, accent on New Media development. ??Hind will be supported by three outstanding commissioning editors who will pimp your project to an international standard and help adjust it to broadcaster ideals. Kathryn Graham, Commissioner for Maori and Pacific content at TVNZ, will be on the team this year. Another key supporter of Oceania Pitch will, for a second year, be Luc de Saint Sernin, Coordinating director of overseas programming for the entire network of France 1�re  television.

This amazing team of experts is waiting for your projects - don't hesitate to send your applications in - films are made to be seen (and sold) www.oceaniapitch.org www.atpa.tv www.fifo-tahiti.com