Some Xmas reading from the new edition of CREWED is out now.

Posted Tuesday 13 Dec 2016

Here's some summer reading for you�and, if you didn't catch up with the last edition, or even the one before that, you can always   download a pdf edition check out their  issuu collection or just enjoy the   online editions.

Check out the new edition below, enjoy, and send good wishes and good business the way of the sponsors and advertisers, without whose support this would not be possible.

Big ups to ARRI, DVT, NZ Camera Hire, Panasonic, PLS, Queenstown Camera, Quinto, and Rocket Rentals

A Year Of It

Recently named SPADA's New Filmmaker of the Year, Yamin Tun is wrapping a busy year

Say What? Peter Young

Peter Young celebrates wins in Europe, the USA, and the Ross Sea

Write stuff: Casey Whelan

Double award winner at this year's SWANZ bash, Casey Whelan would be lost without screenwriting

Dirty Laundry: all cleaned up

NZ content is an ever-decreasing percentage of what's available to viewers

City of Changeover, part 2

Glen Walker visited The Changeover shortly before it wrapped in Christchurch, and talked with producer Emma Slade and co-director Miranda Harcourt

PIX: #NZWF16

Enjoy a selection of images from the 2016 NZ Web Fest: #NZWF16

PIX: Spada 2016: The Future of Storytelling

Images from the 2016 conference

Editorial: November 2016

Adding to last month's crop of gongfests the NZ Web Fest: #NZWF16, SPADA and this year's HP48Hours have all handed out their awards in the last couple of weeks

Next Up...


Stop looking at your phone and start USING it...

Posted Tuesday 13 Dec 2016

A 15,000 Euro prize is worth getting to grips with the filmability of your mobile phone!  It's also something to do over the Christmas break - you have until 3 January 2017  to submit your film and at the moment entries are primarily from men so let's see if a woman from New Zealand can snaffle that international prize!! Bikinis, beaches, barbies - optional!

For the last 12 years, the Mobile Film Festival has been based on a very simple principle � 1 Mobile, 1 Minute, 1 Film �.

http://www.mobilefilmfestival.com/

The goal is to detect, support and accelerate carriers of young and talented film makers.

But sadly not many girls and women are participating.

This year the organisers want things to change! And they would be more than honored to receive film from WIFTNZ members and highlight women in the film industry.

They are offering 2 grants of 15.000 �. One for the best international and one for the best French short film.  Those grants are dedicated to making a film in one year with the help of a producer of your choice. The films produced in past years have won prizes all over the world.

The past winners are now making their own films such as Morgan Simon who will release his short film "Compte tes blessures" in February,  a film that already has won a special prize at the San Sebasti�n Festival.

It's a real opportunity to participate in a free and accessible international festival.