The politics of representation Script To Screen event

Posted Tuesday 14 May 2019

Navigating the balance between staying true to your story while satisfying the audience's expectations for your character is tough at the best of times, but what about when those characters are the first of their kind on screen? Come to this Script To Screen panel discussion with Shuchi Kothari (Coffee & Allah, Apron Strings, A Thousand Apologies), Stallone Vaiaoga-Ioasa (Three Wise Cousins, Hibiscus & Ruthless) and Josephine Stewart-Te Whiu (Waru, Ani) as they share their experiences finding the sweet spot between great stories and responsible representation.

Tuesday 21 May, 6:30pm
Where: Galatos, 17 Galatos St, Auckland.
Cost: $5 cash on the door or click here to get your tickets early

Stay afterwards for a drink and a free slice of pizza. Parking in the area is free from 6pm, or the Mercury Lane parking building is close by.

Politics Of Representation



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Hellreigel's latest coming to you live in July

Posted Tuesday 14 May 2019

Support a fellow Wifter and make the most of this unique opportunity to see her perform live! Jan Hellreigel will perform her latest work, Sportsman of the Year - A Suburban Philosophy at Substation, a new venue within the Powerstation, in Auckland this July. Sportsman is Jan's 4th studio album, and is also available as a beautifully produced book with photos and 12 chapters based on her new collection of songs.

When: 5 July, 2019
Where: Substation, the Powerstation, 33 Mt Eden Rd, Auckland

Click here to get your tickets

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