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Posted Tuesday 30 Aug 2016

Internship Program for FilmTV Production - Camera, Editing, Sound, LightingBroadcast & Film New Zealand Ltd

Internship in a FilmTV production company.

Concept Designer - Sci Fi & FantasyWeta Workshop

If you have a love for SCI FI and FANTASY entertainment, and a passion for creating unique design - we want to hear from you.

Executive Producer - TV3 Local ProductionMediaWorks NZ Limited

We're on the hunt for an experienced Executive Producer to work as an Assistant Commissioner and EP of externally produced local productions.

Digital content creator & subeditorPrivate Advertiser

  • Create and edit content across print, digital and social media platforms
  • Have fun contributing to and helping shape our content direction and strategy
  • Work with a hugely experienced team to knock around ideas and evolve concepts

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced subeditor/content creator to work on Healthy Food Guide and related brands on multiple platforms.

Festival Director for The Bay of Plenty Garden & Art 2017/2018Burley Attwood Law

  • Are you looking for a creative and challenging role?
  • Do you have a proven record for securing sponsorship and event management?
  • Are you able to manage & inspire a team of employees, contractors & volunteers?

The Festival Director will be the face of the Bay of Plenty Garden and Art Festival

Technical ManagerRoyal New Zealand Ballet

  • Permanent full-time role within creative, dynamic arts organisation
  • Opportunity to showcase technical skills and knowledge
  • Be part of a dedicated team of arts professionals

We are seeking an experienced technical manager to play an integral role within our busy production department

MAORI ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITYGreg Tims & Associates

  • New challenging role
  • Museum, theatre and gallery focus
  • Key stakeholder relationship management

Contribute to M?ori exhibition and public programme projects and facilitate collection access for iwi groups or individuals

Event ProducerRAW Australia

RAW natural born artists are looking for an enthusiastic Event Producer for their Wellington events.

Advertising Copywriter NZMENZME. New Zealand Media & Entertainment

We are on the hunt for a clever advertising wordsmith, ideally with skills in adobe creative cloud, who can write the Best Radio Ad Ev

Promo CreativeTVNZ

We're looking for an experienced & dynamic Creative to create cutting edge multiplatform campaigns for TVNZ's broadcast and online channels....

Digital JournalistRadio New Zealand

Opportunity for a digital journalist with an excellent command of English, grammar and vocabulary, sound editorial judgment.

NCA ReporterTVNZ

  • Do you have the ability to produce engaging stories?
  • Generate your own ideas and investigations
  • Deliver stories across all our platforms and programmes

We need an experienced reporter to join our high performing ONE News reporting team in Christchurch.

Visiting Artist - Theatrical DirectorMassey University

  • Develop and progress your own work
  • Work with distance (extramural) students
  • Provide workshops/presentations for the Manawatu Community

This opportunity offers artists a place to work closely with staff and students within the School and have sufficient time to develop their own work.

Digital Content Producer - Jono and BenMediaWorks NZ Limited

Do you want to be part of a brand that is one big, tasty comedy treat you don't want to miss?

Online Sport News ProducerTVNZ

  • Do you love sport and have a strong background in journalism?
  • Do you know how to tell stories in text and, importantly, video?
  • Are you fluent in social media?

We're looking for an Online Sport News Producer to help run the sport news coverage on ONE News Now.

Sales Support Co-ordinatorSKY TV

  • Want to provide KIWIs with great entertainment?
  • Responsible for booking and administration of television advertising campaigns
  • Great central Newmarket location

SKY TV are looking for an Sales Support Co-ordinator to join our Ad Sales team where you will work alongside our Account Managers

Art Department LeadWhitebait TV Ltd

  • A creative role in a fast moving company
  • Opportunity to combine artistic skills with project organisation
  • Fantastic team environment, with a clear shared goal

Strong artistic and design skills, the ability to research/source a variety of items on a limited budget, relevant computer skills and a team player.

Talent Development ExecutiveNew Zealand Film Commission

We are currently recruiting for a Talent Development Executive to join our small Wellington-based team.

TV Commercials/Films/TV Series work-Part timeHeroes & Villains NZ

We are RECRUITING NOW for Male and Female Actors, Talent and Action Talent for work on International and Local TV and Film productions in Wellington.

Online PublisherTVNZ

  • Love television, content, and social media?
  • Work on innovative integrated digital campaigns
  • Top notch copy-writing and marketing skills are a must

We're looking for someone who's up with the play on all things digital, with experience and passion for social media.

 

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WIFT Members Are WINNERS!

Posted Tuesday 30 Aug 2016

All the recipients of this year's Gaylene Preston Directors' Awards are WIFT members!

Huge congratulations to Armagan Ballantyne, Alyx Duncan and Gillian Ashurst who will each receive $25,000 to further their commitment to feature filmmaking.

Thirty applications were received for the award which was targeted at female directors who have made one feature film or have equivalent experience in TV, web series, documentary or drama.

As well as submitting a CV, show reel, reference from an industry peer and one-page statement about how they would use the award, the applicants were invited to a day-long workshop in July. The majority of applicants attended the workshop which gave filmmakers the opportunity to discuss together, and with Gaylene, their experiences and frustrations in the film industry.

"I was really keen that the application process be valuable to all involved, and the workshop enhanced this for me.  A peer group have identified each other and hopefully this was of creative value to all the directors involved," says Preston.  "It was a great way for the NZFC to seriously engage with this group and the workshop kicked off the whole thing very positively.

The recipients of the award were decided by Preston, with input from fellow director, Alison Maclean. "I think you will agree that all these women have already demonstrated strong individual voices in dramatic feature filmmaking with first features that have put them on the international festival radar as ones to watch," says Preston.

Armagan Ballantyne's first feature, The Strength of Water, screened In Competition in the Berlin Film Festival's Generation section.  She will use the Gaylene Preston Directors Award to further develop two feature scripts she wants to direct.

Alyx Duncan's debut feature, The Red House won a number of awards and had a successful theatrical run at cinemas across New Zealand.  She followed this with animated short film, The Tide Keeper, which has garnered her even more awards and screened at festivals around the world.  She will use the Award to rent office space where she and her collaborators can develop the five feature projects Alyx is currently working on.

Gillian Ashurst's first film, Snakeskin, premiered at the New Zealand International Film Festival in 2001 and was nominated for eleven New Zealand Film Awards.  Gillian will use the Award to get one of two feature projects she is developing into production within twelve months.

"I would like to be sitting in seat F24 at the Embassy Cinema and see films from all three of these women in the next few years," says Preston.

"Worldwide, the film industry is focused on finding the next big thing and this award was pitched to women who may not be visible to the industry at large.  I think this process has shown that they are there and in significant numbers."

A new scholarship will be introduced in 2017 and will focus on an area of the industry where female participation is low.  Feedback from guilds and industry organisations will be taken into consideration when deciding on future scholarship positions.