Welcome to our newest members

Posted Wednesday 20 Feb 2019

T?n? koutou to our new WIFT NZ members! Your support means a lot to us, and we hope you make the most of your membership. Great to have you on board:
Lina Nothwang, James Darroch, Tosca Christie, Alice Davies, Molly Dagger, Kristy Robinson, Mel Love, Chantal Euringer, Lisa Han, Nick Sodergard, Erin Harrington, Alessandra Mele, Tania Page, Mava Enoka, Brett Wilkie, Lauren Lunjevich, Sophie Macnicol, Ra (Rachel) Banks, Emma Hatherley, Caroline Joll, Caroline Hutchison, Kali Reid, Michelle Child, Adriane, Hartigan-von Strauch, Victoria Moss, Harold Monfils, Zelda Edwards, Pachali Brewster, Audrey Le Mignant, Aveling (Mengdie) Li, Darshan (Divakar) Shetty, Bo Beaufill, Alyssa Bhikha, Natasha Watson, Isaac Kibblewhite, Pauline Adalid, Lavinia Gomes, Rachel Grambin, Nadia Gharehbaghi, Phoebe Driver, Maronui Taimana, Eileen Lee, Keziah Manabat, Saskia Clegg, Beth Phillips, Ysabella Smith, Jane Simons, Molly Littlejohn, Ally Cribb, Magnolia Lowe, Sally-Anne Kerr, Jackson Herman, Mckay Findlay, Taylor Nixon, Tane Menzies, Kelly Moneymaker, Hayley Weston, Bonnie Blake, Marina Alofagia McCartney, Nipiya Shirt, Daniel Berry, Kate Baya, Ella Mills, Briar March, Elise Brown, Cherie Mangu, Madelon Grant, Catherine Sylvester, Jaya Beach-Robertson, Emma Mortimer, Alex Hunter, Erin Belcher, Ghazaleh Gol Baksh, Sarah Bicknell, Sarah Maiava, Grace Proctor, Maria Tanner, Angela Cudd, Nicola Bailey, Migiwa Ozawa, Liz McGregor, Victor Naveira and Rebecca Wilson-Jennings.



Next Up...

Some positive stats on women in film

Posted Wednesday 20 Feb 2019

Finally, some encouraging stats for women and people of colour in film. WomenAndHollywood.com reports on the latest research from Dr Stacy L Smith and the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative shows that onscreen gender and racial representation has improved in popular movies. Analysis of the leads and co-leads of the most popular films from 2007-2018 showed last year 40 top-grossing films were led or co-led by women, compared to 32 in 2017.