3 October

The guys get all the pie: Being a female filmmaker in New Zealand

The guys get all the pie: Being a female filmmaker in New Zealand

“Excuse me gentlemen, but the guys seem to eat all the cake,” said renowned New Zealand director Jane Campion at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. The New Zealand Film Commission states that between 2011-2016, 19% of feature film development applications that received funding specifically included a female director.

12 May

10 Questions with Josh, from Oma Marnie’s Pies.

10 Questions with Josh, from Oma Marnie’s Pies.

Looking to bridge a gap in the fast-food market in Berlin which commonly consists of currywurst bratwurst and Doners, Oma Marnie’s Pies embarked upon the task to bring this NZ and Aussie classic, to the people!

6 December

How to get film funding for your first short or feature

How to get film funding for your first short or feature

First-time filmmakers can get the short straw in a lot of ways. No one will give you money if you don’t have quality films to show, but to be able to make these films, someone needs to give you some money. Funding your first real feature film is a cheeky catch 22. Let’s assume that you have a final draft of your film that you are happy with. What’s next? – Film funding.