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PIFT seeks to network and engage with Pacific creators in the moving image industry, provide platforms and pathways for development and represent makers in wider industry and governmental or regulatory forums.

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LOADING DOCS: IMPACT | CALL FOR PROPOSALS

LOADING DOCS: IMPACT | CALL FOR PROPOSALS MEDIA RELEASE For release  Tuesday 13 March  2018 LOADING DOCS, New Zealand’s leading platform for high-quality short documentaries, is once again seeking proposals from New Zealand filmmakers for creative and original...

Pacific Voices at Maorilands Film Fest 2018

FRIDAY 23 MARCH 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM The Civic Theatre RATED : PG Pacific Voices at Māorilands Film Festival in Ōtaki, Kāpiti Coast, is the culmination of a craft development programme by Commonwealth Writers. Six writer/directors from Tonga and Papua New Guinea attended...

Events, Marketing and Film Archiving Internship

WAIROA MĀORI FILM FESTIVAL Events, Marketing and Film Archiving Internship Founded in 2005, the Wairoa Māori Film Festival is New Zealand’s premiere cinematic presentation of Māori, Pasifika and world indigenous film works. http://www.kiaora.tv/what-we-do/...

PR: Episodic Lab Aotearoa Launch

8 March 2018 from Script to Screen Script to Screen Te Tari Tuhi Kupu a Whakaahua launches a brand new pilot programme to further develop distinctive writing talent in television drama. EPISODIC LAB AOTEAROA is the first programme of its kind in New Zealand....

Pasifika Film Fest Callout for Submissions

  Submissions for the Pasifika Film Fest 2018 season have opened and will be closing March 13 2018 so get in quick with your films!!! Over its 5 year history, Pasifika Film Fest has presented a diverse group of stories, from Amie Batalibasi's 'Blackbird', to Tammy...

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE DEBUTS WITH FLOODED

HBF ANNOUNCES VISIONS OF THE FUTURE, DEBUTING WITH FLOODED Honolulu Biennial Foundation (HBF) announces the launch of Visions of the Future, a new initiative presented by HBF. Debuting with a collaborative photography and multimedia exhibit, Flooded, which opens...

Maoriland Native Slam Callout 

2018 is the 5th year of Māoriland Film Festival and the 3rd Native Slam Filmmaking Challenge. The programme for the festival can be found here - https://issuu.com/maorilandfilmfestival/docs/mff2018_for_upload. Other details are on the website www.maorilandfilm.co.nz...

SEED GRANTS OPEN – Due April 6

SEED & SEED ADVANCED Round One, 2018 is open and you've got until midday Friday 6 April to get your applications in! Writers, get your drafts ready! NZWG is accepting online applications only for Seed and Seed Advanced. Go to www.nzwg.org.nz/seed-grants for further...

Rehearsal & Performance Workshop with DEGNZ

Director's and Editor's Guild Rehearsal & Performance workshop will take place in Auckland on Saturday 10 March (for the Christchurch edition, see here for details)! Tandi Wright is an actor of more than 20 years experience and has worked consistently across all the...

MĀORILAND FILM FESTIVAL 2018 Programme Released

  Established in 2014, Māoriland Film Festival is Aotearoa’s International Indigenous Film Festival, celebrating Indigenous storytelling and voices from around the world. MĀORILAND FILM FESTIVAL KEY FACTS & FIGURES 58 Events to be held over five days. 15 feature films...

Fafswagvogue – The Interactive Documentary

Piki Films, RESN and FAFSWAG in association with New Zealand on Air present DIRECTED BY: Tanu Gago FEATURING: Jermain Dean as KHAOS Cypris Afakasi as FANG Pati Solomona Tyrell as TAMATOA, Jaycee Tanuvasa as JAYCEE BABY, Darren Taniue as ENVY PRODUCED BY: Carthew Neal...