Suffrage themed WIFTer projects receive NZOA funding

Posted Tuesday 22 May 2018

When NZOA put out a call for 'creative proposals looking at the role of women', WIFTers were in their element! To honour the 125th anniversary of New Zealand women being given the right to vote, NZ On Air issued a special call for suffrage-based ideas, and will invest $2m in 11 projects. Here's the successful WIFT lineup: Bronwyn Bakker The Funny Girls NZ Suffragette Special; Philly de Lacey Secret Life of Girls; Arani Cuthbert What Women Want? Julia Parnell Minimum; Irene Gardiner Kiwi Women Who Changed the World; Rachel Millar Aren't, Can't, Don'tLisa Taouma Daughters of the Migration.