The first look at the brand-new action-comedy film The Legend of Baron To’a featuring a stellar line-up of Aotearoa’s best local talent has been released today ahead of its theatrical release in early 2020.
The winners for New Zealand’s premier, international short film festival, Show Me Shorts, have been unveiled. The announcements took place at the festival’s gala Opening Night and Awards Ceremony in Auckland on Saturday 5 October.
The New Zealand Film Commission and partners from the sector, including Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) have worked together to bring the Amazon Studios series based on The Lord of the Rings to New Zealand
The Power of Inclusion summit is pleased to announce the Motion Picture Association Scholarship Programme, which will provide 150 tickets for people working or studying in the screen sector who are low or unwaged or belong to a community un
The New Zealand Film Commission in conjunction with the Asia New Zealand Foundation invites experienced screen professionals to apply for a professional development opportunity with CJ Entertainment and the CJ Cultural Foundation in South K
The NZFC's Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Screen Industry Survey is live from 9 August and closes 30 August. This survey is part of wider research and discussion around gender, diversity and inclusion in the screen industry.
Merata Mita’s seminal film, Mauri, has been selected to screen In Competition in the Venice Classics section of the 2019 Venice Film Festival. Venice will be the World Premiere of the newly re-mastered film.
Malo lava to Samoan screenwriter Sima Urale who is the recipient of the New Zealand Film Commission’s (NZFC’s) 2019 Gender Scholarship. She will receive a grant of $50,000 to help progress her filmmaking career.
The New Zealand Advertising Producers Group (NZAPG), in association with the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC), is delighted to announce a Director Mentorship Programme to support talented female directors.
Catalyst He Kauahi supports New Zealand filmmakers to progress their talents to the next stage and make exceptional, high end narrative short films that will ignite the flame and be the catalyst for change in their career.
Reflecting a major focus on international co-production and market partnerships, the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) today announced a boost to financial support for New Zealand producers co-developing feature film and series drama proje
The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) and Screen Australia are pleased to announce the eight indigenous teams from New Zealand and Australia who will work on a joint anthology feature, entitled Ngā Pouwhenua
The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) is pleased to join the New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) in welcoming Marten Rabarts as the new Film Festival Director – Kaiurungi to lead the New Zealand International Film Festival from
Catalyst He Kauahi aims to support New Zealand filmmakers to progress their talents to the next stage and make exceptional, high end narrative short films that will ignite the flame and be the catalyst for change in their career.
Tackling the topics of representation, inclusion and belonging in today’s screen, entertainment and technology landscape, the summit will include local and international heavyweights as guests and speakers