Cinematography buffs this film is for you!

Posted Monday 30 Sep 2019

Get a rare insight into the creative mids of a very diverse bunch of filmmakers. Catch the feature-length documentary Moving Pictures - Filmmakers and the Art of Cinematography at this free screening presented by the NZ Cinematographers Society and ARRI Australia. Created using footage collected during the international documentary project for ARRI's centenary celebrations, this film is an appreciation of those who strive to create the images that inspire our imagination.

This is a free but ticketed event and registration is essential for attendance. Tickets will go fast, so be sure to register early!

: 10 October 2019 at 6:15 pm
Where: Rialto Cinemas, 167 - 169 Broadway, Newmarket, Auckland
Cost: Free for NZCS members and friends


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NZOA funds Wifters telling unique NZ stories

Posted Monday 30 Sep 2019

Watch out for more Wifters' work onscreen soon! NZ On Air's September funding round will support Black Hands, which will depict the month leading up to the 1994 Bain family murders through the eyes of the victims and the accused. Set to screen on TVNZ 1, this five-part series is produced by Robin Scholes and Warner Bros, and aims to leave it up to viewers to make up their own minds as to who was more likely to have been responsible for the murders. Meanwhile Stella Film with producers Alex Cole-Baker and Robin Laing will receive funding for the feature film Poppy, which casts a young woman with Down Syndrome as the lead character. Poppy, which will screen on TVNZ 1, introduces audiences to a young woman who assumes she is entitled to live her life like everyone else.