Call for contributors to screen production research book

Posted Tuesday 15 Sep 2020

Filmmakers, here's an opportunity to contribute to one - or two - books. Arezou Zalipour, Associate Professor Communication Studies Department of Screen Production Auckland University of Technology has put out a call for screen practitioners to write a chapter for either of the two books below:

1. At the Intersections: Race, Indigeneity, and Diaspora in Screen Production Research

2. At the Intersections: Ageing, Disability, Sexuality, and Gender in Screen Production Research

This is not a paid opportunity, but Arezou says that because of the strong reviewing process it will be an achievement to be selected. She's happy to receive queries and abstracts until the end of November.

For more information contact Arezou at arezou.zalipour@aut.ac.nz.

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New dates for Screen Safe workshops

Posted Tuesday 15 Sep 2020

There are still some spaces in the upcoming ScreenSafe/SWAG Screen Industry Professional Respect Training workshops. The course will address sexual harassment and harassment, definitions, disclosures, and respectful behaviours in the workplace. While it is designed primarily for Producers, Directors, and Heads of Departments, it is open to anyone from the screen industry.

All participants will receive a ScreenSafe Professional Respect Training certification. Because of Covid restrictions numbers are capped at 20, so do book early to secure your spot!

Friday 18 September - Auckland - 2 spaces

Friday 25 September - Christchurch - 1 space

Friday 2 October - Auckland - 13 spaces

Saturday 7 November - Auckland - 14 spaces

Another workshop will run on Friday 16 October, location still TBC.

Time: 9am - 5pm
Venue: Details will be emailed to you on confirmation of your placement.

To secure your seat, please email the details below to workshops@screenguild.co.nz.

Date and town of workshop:
Name:
Company (if relevant):
Preferred role title:
Email:
Mobile number:
Dietary requirements:
Guild: