Do not miss this opportunity to have your say in the future of the industry

Posted Tuesday 15 Oct 2019

Written submissions are now open for the Screen Sector Strategy and it's critical that you have your say! The Facilitation Group now needs your written views to help develop a 10-year screen sector strategy and is particularly interested in what strategies should be adopted to ensure a high equality, vibrant and sustainable sector in 2030.
Click here for the written submission guidelines

Submissions should be short, and are due no later than 1 November 2019. International consultant, Johnathan Olsberg, will be attending the SPADA conference and the Facilitation Group aims to have read and summarised all submissions pre-conference in order to benefit from his expert views. The Facilitation Group says the written submissions will assist it with specific and practical initiatives to achieve its vision and purpose, and to demonstrate to the Government and the public the huge value the sector has to New Zealand in reflecting our culture, growing our economy and providing many New Zealanders with fulfilling and well paid careers. Make sure you have your say!

 

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Wifters win at the Show Me Shorts Festival

Posted Tuesday 15 Oct 2019

A big congratulations to the Wifters who won awards at the recent Show Me Shorts Film Festival! Arma?an Ballantyne who won DEGNZ Best Director for Hush, Judith Cowley who won Final Draft Best Screenplay for Walk A Mile, Amanda Jane Robinson for One By the Venom which won NZ on Air Best Music Video, and Maria In�s Manchego who won the Panavision Best Cinematographer Award for Ani, which is now eligible to enter the 2021 Academy Awards.