Workshop: Copyright for Innovation (Feb 21, Auckland)

Posted Tuesday 07 Feb 2017

Copyright law affects all of us, determining what New Zealanders can access and share online.

Does New Zealand copyright law support local innovation? Has it kept up with changes in the Internet and other technologies?

InternetNZ invites you to a public event (6-8pm, Feb 21) exploring these questions, at the University of Auckland and hosted by their Department of Commercial Law.

Organisations and sectors will be interested in a more open approach to IP rights, and step up engagement in regard to regulation as we move towards a review of the NZ legislation - so it's important that the voice of content creators is heard in these conversations.

Find out more about the event.

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Entries open for 2017 Show Me Shorts

Posted Tuesday 07 Feb 2017

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Submissions are now open for the 12th edition of the fabulous Show Me Shorts festival.

Show Me Shorts is seeking short films between two and 20 minutes long, from Aotearoa and around the globe. New Zealand music videos between one and 10 minutes long are also invited to submit. Entry details can be found on their website.

Short films can be any genre. They accept animation, documentary, comedy, horror, drama and everything in between. They have a preference for well-crafted narrative-style films with strong audience appeal, as well as films that are making their premiere in the festival.