Wifters win funding to bring Maori programmes to prime time

Posted Wednesday 04 Mar 2020

Congratulations to members who received funding from NZ On Air and Te M?ngai P?ho to help bring their M?ori language programmes to prime time television. We've listed you below - and we're looking forward to seeing your work!
Scottie Douglas Productions receives up to $697,562 for Ake, Ake, Ake! for M?ori Television.
Great Southern Television receives up to $380,502 for Hongi To H?ng?: And Everything In Between for TVNZ 1 and up to $524,908 for K? Mai ?e for TVNZ 1.
Cabrikaan Productions receives up to $210,712 for The M?ori In Me for Prime.
Hi Mama receives up to $623,610 for The Walkers for TVNZ 2.



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Don't give up on your dream soundtrack

Posted Wednesday 04 Mar 2020

Script to Screen Talk

Ever found yourself confused by music rights, or grappling with decisions about soundtrack or score for your film, TV or online project? Wondering what the difference is between publishing rights and master rights? This Script To Screen TALK will help you get your dream soundtrack by demystifying the jargon and giving some helpful tips to guide you about music choices, music rights, and how to effectively communicate with your composer.
StS executive director Jackie Dennis will chat to music supervisor Karyn Rachtman (Pulp Fiction, Boogie Nights, Moulin Rogue) and screen composer and music editor Samuel Flynn Scott (Phoenix Foundation, Boy, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, The Gulf) about what they think filmmakers should consider when thinking about soundtrack and score.

6:15pm - 7:15pm, Tuesday 10 March
Where: Te Auaha, 65 Dixon St, Te Aro, Wellington

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