Register now for Doc Edge Forum Wellington

Posted Sunday 09 Jun 2019

Doc Edge Forum Wellington is fast approaching - don't miss this critical industry event! The Wellington Doc Edge Forum will offer three masterclasses from professional filmmakers from Australia, Canada and the USA who will share their creative and strategic approach to documentary filmmaking. Each masterclass will focus on each filmmakers' unique area of expertise. The line up features:

Alexandre O. Philippe (CH/USA) - Documentary Screenwriting
John Walker (producer A**holes: A Theory) (CAN) - The Cinematographer as Filmmaker
Rebecca Barry, (producer China Love) (AUS) - Impact Producing

The day's programme is designed to give mid-level screen industry professionals the opportunity to upskill in both practical filmmaking techniques and strategic audience engagement. The Forum finishes up with networking drinks at The Roxy...but wait, there's still more! The Wellington Forum Pass will also grant admission to Memory: The Origins of Alien screening at The Roxy at 9.00pm on Friday 14 June, 2019.

When:
Friday 14 June, 9am - 4:30pm, 2019
Where: Park Road Post, 141 Park Road, Miramar, Wellington

 

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Kiwi films to feature in Animation Now

Posted Sunday 09 Jun 2019

Animation NOW! returns to Auckland for its fourth year where it will screen at Academy Cinemas on 9-11 August, the weekend immediately following the New Zealand International Film Festival. The programme for this stand- alone festival includes two animated shorts from New Zealand: Winter's Blight, an intricate stop-motion animation about a reclusive elderly man living in Central Otago written and directed by Claire Campbell will screen as part of the Handmade collection and Trumpet-Trompette, a smooth and stylish musical meditation directed by Max Woodward, will feature in the International Showcase collection.

Click here for the Animation Now! film lineup

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'Bill' from Claire Campbell's Winter's Blight

 

Animation NOW! Festival Returns to Auckland

Animation NOW! returns to Auckland for its fourth year where it will screen at Academy Cinemas on 9-11 August, the weekend immediately following the New Zealand International Film Festival. The programme for this stand alone festival includes two animated shorts from New Zealand. Winter's Blight, an intricate stop-motion animation about a reclusive elderly man living in Central Otago written and directed by Claire Campbell will screen as part of the Handmade collection. Trumpet-Trompette, a smooth and stylish musical meditation directed by Max Woodward, will feature in the International Showcase collection.