Aucklanders, support a fellow filmmaker and get along to Doc Edge's one-night-only screening of Francine Zuckerman's After Munich. Francine is visiting from Canada and will do a Q&A after the screening. The film covers the aftermath of 5 September 1972, the tenth day of the Munich Olympics,when the Palestinian terrorist group Black September stormed the Israeli athletes' quarters. The world watched live on television as 11 hostages were taken and later killed, and now, for the first time, this story is told through the eyes of four women directly impacted by that day: an athlete, a widow, and two undercover agents. Their fates redirected. Their well-being and views impacted by the trauma. It's a story of intrigue; secret identities; love and death; conflict and reconciliation; war and peace.
Emerging drama editors, here's your chance to work with editor Dan Kircher on feature film Millie Lies Low, directed by Michelle Savill, and produced by Desray Armstrong and Angela Littlejohn. This attachment would suit an experienced assistant editor/editor who has dramatic narrative editing experience on short film, web series, drama or features. The successful candidate will likely have a body of narrative work. This is a paid Auckland-based attachment and requires the successful candidate, depending on experience and flexibility, to start at the earliest in mid-March. If non-Auckland based, the candidate must cover their own travel and living costs. The duration of the attachment would be up to a maximum of 20 full days broken down into a mixture of full days and half days over the shoot and post production period.
The deadline to apply is 9am on Monday 24 February.