Welcome to our new members

Posted Tuesday 16 Jan 2018

A big thank you to our many new members listed below who have joined up recently, we really value and welcome your support.
Jeni Leigh Walker, Kim Webby, Mingjian Cui, Sarah Voon, Jaun Fisher, Jess Milne, Suzette Major, Chris Pryor, Sarah Howell, Katie Hinsen, Helen Panckhurst, Michele Stewart Nettleton, Joanne Law, Melanie Graham, Anna Duckworth, Alice Baker, Jessie Grosser, Alecia McCulloch, Lisa Edelmann, Rachel Daniels,
Alison Davie, Nikki Baigent, Lisa Burd, Arwen O'�onnor, Rachel Millar, Megan Jones, Helen Marie O'Connell, Mlisa Cohen, Vea Mafile'o, Olivia Shanks, Dorthe Scheffmann, Ashley Williams, Amie Bentall, Vicki Keogh, Lauren Owens, Mitchell Hawkes, Mareena King, Sue Sparks, Nigel Latta, Anna Thomas, Ngaire Woods, Jacqueline (Jack) Sainte-Rose, Craig Thompson, Helena Muhammad, Teuila Field, Penny Westwood, Brittany Baker, Rebecca Pratt, Faye McNeil, Debbie Sinton, Ngaire Jones, Sarah Pearce, Sylvia Rands, Ainsley Calderwood, Maria Anderson, Ashleigh Flynn, Liz Conway, Kristi Barnett, Ann Paton, Tammy Williams, Holly Shervey, Jericho Brubaker, Sandy Taylor, Melissa Spicer, Craig Gainsborough, Reneau Skinner, Celia Grace, Kirsty Simpson, Eliza Meldrum, Angela McLean, Melissa Nickerson, Polly Brown, Joel Strawbridge, Sophie Brown, Catherine Li, Madison Holt, Taylor Moffat,
Yvette Waikari, Ruiha Anderson, Megan Douglas, Alison Buck, Lindsay Gough, Charlotte Kelleher, Hannah McOwan.
Do encourage your colleagues and friends in the industry to join the WIFT family!

Next Up...

Preston's My Year With Helen premieres in New York

Posted Tuesday 16 Jan 2018


We're celebrating the news that Gaylene Preston's documentary My Year with Helen will have its international premiere at the Athena Film Festival 22-25 February, 2018 in New York.

Films at the Athena Festival tell the extraordinary stories of strong, bold women who are leaders from all walks of life. They're stories of ambition, courage, resilience, and moxie, so it's a fitting platform to showcase these two indomitable Kiwi women. Helen Clark and Gaylene Preston will both attend Athena for Q&A post-screening.

Preston's cameras follow Helen Clark in 2016 as she campaigns to become the first female Secretary-General of the United Nations while also carrying out her work as Administrator of UNDP.

Read more about the Athena Festival here