WIN: double passes to Working Woman

Posted Tuesday 04 Feb 2020

We have a second giveaway for you this week! This one is to the 2018 Israeli film Working Woman, directed by Michal Aviad and starring Liron Ben-Shlush, a film that brilliantly navigates workplace sexual harassment and it's complexities. Australia's The Age called it " A supremely clever movie, rooted in strong emotion that's rigorously controlled. A work of passion..."

Here's the plot: Orna returns to work and becomes the main breadwinner for her three children. Whilst hardworking, talented and ambitious, Orna faces increasing sexual harassment from Benny, her boss, which soon affects her entire life. When her world is finally shattered, she must pull herself together to fight, in her own way, for her job and a sense of self-worth.

The New York Times
said,"Despite its surface-level placidity, the Israeli feature Working Woman unfolds like a psychological thriller - a procedural that, as it tightens its grip, captures how workplace sexual harassment slowly takes over one woman's life."

We have five double passes to give away to a screening at one of the cinemas listed below (sorry, there are no Wellington screenings).

To be in to win, click here to watch the trailer and answer the question below:
What part of Orna does Benny make a 'personal comment' about?

Send your answer in the subject line of an email to by 5pm Friday 7 February, 2020.
Only winners will be contacted, by email.

Cinemas screening Working Woman:
Rialto Cinemas, Newmarket
The Gecko, Motueka
Hollywood Theatre, Christchurch
MovieMax, Timaru



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Breaking Through The Lens invites you to pitch

Posted Tuesday 04 Feb 2020

Filmmakers here's a chance to get in front of financiers and distributors at Cannes this year. Breaking Through The Lens is inviting submissions to pitch at its 2020 event. Ten film projects will be selected and presented at an invite-only event at the Cannes Film Festival to an audience of financiers, sales agents and distributors. The guest list is carefully chosen to include a selection of the industry's most respected private investors and companies such as Lionsgate, Headgear and Film 4. BTTL is a pioneering initiative connecting female-identifying directors to top tier financiers, a practical resource for a wide variety of women, one that is multi-cultural, intersectional and results-driven. Enter your submission now!

Click here for more information