Writer Abi King-Jones on what sparked her creativity
Posted Monday 30 Sep 2019
Check out The Big Idea's interview with Wellington based writer, Abi King-Jones, the 2019 recipient of Toi P?neke Arts Centre's Write Room Wellington Screenwriter's Residency. Now in the final weeks of the residency, Abi is working hard to bring her script Out of the Vaipe, the Deadwater to life.
The School of English, Film, Theatre and Media Studies at Victoria University of Wellington invites applications for a permanent position as Lecturer in Film, to begin in 2020. The appointee will have the opportunity to contribute to a vibrant critical and creative program in Film at Victoria, and to other academic and creative communities in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand. The University seeks applications from people with expertise in film production, and will look favorably on applicants who also have the capacity to teach film analysis. The appointee is expected to contribute productively to fulfilling the University's Treaty of Waitangi obligations, and the University particularly welcomes M?ori and/or Pasifika applicants. The successful candidate will have a PhD in Film or equivalent industry experience, a record of creative practice research, and the capacity to teach and supervise film production at undergraduate and postgraduate level.