Browse through our library of supporting information, application guidelines and forms, and guidance for Co-productions and International Productions.
What economic impact does the New Zealand film industry have on the economy? Find out in this 2017 report from the NZIER (New Zealand Institute of Economic Research).
See the large-budget international productions that have received financial incentives from the New Zealand Government since 2003.
This document summarises the New Zealand Screen Production Grant (NZSPG) for international productions and lists the criteria.
This resource will help you to bring together the creative materials you need for your development fund applications.
Use this form to apply for Premiere Pathways Funding.
Use this form if you are applying for provisional approval as an official co-production or for provisional New Zealand film certification.
To help producers reduce the risk of piracy, we have developed guidelines that must be implemented in the post production of a feature film funded by the Film Commission.
This document provides an overview of the New Zealand Screen Production Grant (NZSPG) - International under the August 1 2015 criteria.
Japanese language version.
This document is a summary of the changes made to the Fresh Shorts model in May 2016.
Partnering for Success will tell you more about China-New Zealand screen collaboration.
Want to apply for funding to make a short film? Fresh Shorts is open to applications for short narrative films, which may be live action, animation or documentary.
This is a sample of a short film script - Choice Night (content may offend).
This document sets out the eligibility for the New Zealand Screen Production Grant for International Productions under the 1 August 2015 criteria and outlines the application process.
FAQs (frequently-asked questions) regarding the New Zealand Screen Production Grant (NZSPG) for New Zealand and co-productions under the 1 August 2015 criteria.
This is the New Zealand Screen Production Grant July 1 2017 criteria for New Zealand productions.
These are FAQs (frequently asked questions) on the criteria for the New Zealand Screen Production Grant (NZSPG) International Productions 1 July 2017.
Are you applying to the Film Commission for feature film production finance? Use this form and checklist.
This information sheet answers some frequently asked questions around distribution deals, film distribution grants and sales agents.
If you have further questions please contact our marketing team.
This application form should be read in conjunction with the NZSPG criteria for New Zealand productions.
This document provides an overview of the New Zealand Screen Production Grant and criteria for international productions.
Traditional Chinese language version.
Guidelines for He Ara Plus applicants.
Please read these guidelines carefully before applying for He Ara Plus.
Form to register for the NZSPG - International grant
These guidelines provide information for filmmakers developing a feature documentary. Read these guidelines carefully as they will help you deliver the strongest application possible.
Are you applying for final approval as an official co-production or final New Zealand film certification? Use this application form.
This document provides key details of all official co-productions from 1988-2018.
This document provides an overview of the New Zealand Screen Production Grant and criteria for New Zealand productions and official co-productions.
Do you really want to make your Fresh Shorts application shine? Here are some helpful tips.
Use this form to register for the New Zealand Screen Production Grant (NZSPG) - New Zealand under the 1 July 2017 criteria.
The Short Film International Festival Fund provides financial assistance towards the travel costs for the makers of short films invited to significant film festivals.
This schedule outlines the delivery requirements for Fresh 10 films.
This is the application form for a Final Certificate for the for New Zealand Screen Production Grant - International under the 1 August 2015 criteria.
Boost aims to grow the slates of active producers and enable successful screen businesses to build a feature film slate and move quickly into production.
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