Patsy Reddy, NZFC Chair, is delighted to announce the appointment of Dave Gibson as the next Chief Executive of the Film Commission. He replaces Graeme Mason who recently left the Commission to become CEO of Screen Australia.
The imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival held in Toronto celebrates the latest works by indigenous artists at the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio and new media and this year the focus was on New Zealand.
As you know, my term as Chief Executive at the NZFC will come to an end at the start of November, when I leave to take up the role heading Screen Australia. The Board has a recruitment process for my replacement underway and I understand that they
Congratulations to the team behind Beyond The Edge, which was named runner-up in the People's Choice Award for Documentary at the Toronto International Film Festival. The People's Choice Award nod comes after a successful Toronto world pr
White Lies (Tuakiri Huna), the New Zealand Film Commission funded Māori language feature film written and directed by Dana Rotberg, has been submitted as the official New Zealand entry for consideration for Best Foreign Language film for t
New Zealand will have three films screening at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival with the announcement that Dana Rotberg’s WHITE LIES and Toa Fraser’s GISELLE have been selected to screen in the Contemporary World Cinema programme of the Fes
Seventeen year old New Zealander Natasha Bishop, the youngest filmmaker ever to have a film selected for the Japan Wildlife Film Festival (JWFF), is celebrating today after winning two awards at the festival.