Are you wanting support for your filmmaking career? The Film Commission has a number of initiatives to develop the careers of filmmakers, including those in their early stages.
Ko te Tohu Kairangi Kiriata Māori (Te Aupounamu), he wāhanga o te Rautaki Māori o Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga.
The Whakawhanake Te Ao Niko-Interactive Development Fund enables the development of interactive content with significant New Zealand creative and cultural outcomes.
The Talent Development Fund supports filmmakers to develop their career. We can fund individuals and businesses who wish to develop their talent.
The New Zealand Film Commission is excited to be working with Ainsley Gardiner and Desray Armstrong as patrons of this year’s NZFC Gender Scholarship which has a focus on wāhine Māori looking to produce drama.
Talent Development funding supports the development of sustainable and successful career pathways. Mentorship is one of the most effective means to support filmmakers to progress their careers.
Screen Sector Capability Funding supports the New Zealand screen sector to develop the business and technical capability to meet the challenges of a COVID-19 and post-COVID-19 environment.
The Tautoko Tāngata - Māori Talent Development Fund aims to advance the progression of Māori filmmaking talent.
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