These guidelines, prepared by NZ Casting Directors in consultation with NZ Actors Agents, outline reasonable expectations in the casting process in the context of the New Zealand screen industry.
Past WIFT NZ administrator Emma Blomkamp has kindly made available her MA thesis for reference on our site. It may interest researchers, students, and anyone seeking to gain an understanding of New Zealand's recent history of short films (especially 1997-2007) and NZFC film funding policy.
A helpful resource for organising your production's workflow. DEGNZ Workflow Best Practice Guide
If you’re working on productions that require external post-production houses, larger budgets or longer schedules, this industry-standard will help ensure a trouble-free post phase for your production.
Packed full of knowledge, tips, templates and examples, this Guide is for editors, producers and anyone who feels their workflow knowledge is a tad rusty.
The New Zealand Writers Guild Collaboration Advanced Agreement.
This directory of international feature film sales agents is compiled by Screen Australia, and provides a snapshot of companies representing Australian films around the world.
Included within are details of each seller’s acquisition policy, which markets they attend, at what stage they prefer to be approached and whether they pay
advances.There’s also a list of the Australian films that agents have handled.
Last updated December 2020.
A poster or trailer is an audience’s first introduction to a film or series. Carnival Studio has produced a no-nonsense guide to creating great key art, so your project gets the amount of eyeballs and bums on seats that it deserves!
There are a lot of job titles listed in The Great Gender Pay Gap Survey, and you may hold several of them. Here is the full list for you to more easily find where you fit in the survey. Note this is for people in Production roles.
Published 20 November, 2021
The AS/NZS 4249 is the Electrical Safety Standard that productions in Australia and New
Zealand work to.
It opened for Public Comment on 27 October 2021 and will close for comment 29 December, 2021.
It makes reference to other Standards in particular AS/NZS3000 Electrical Installations
(Wiring Rules) and AS/NZS 3002 Electrical Installations Shows Carnivals and Events.
The last revision to this document was 1994.
Published 23 November, 2021
This 15-week programme is designed for female, female-identifying or non-binary people of all ages and
experience who identify as Pasifika and want to write long-form stories for the screen.
There is no fee to attend. Information on how to apply is on page 2 of this document.
There are a lot of job titles listed in The Great Gender Pay Gap Survey, and you may hold several of them. Here is the full list for you to more easily find where you fit in the survey. Note this is for people in Post-Production roles.
Published 20 December, 2021