The New Zealand International Film Festival 2011 (NZIFF) will screen 20 short works as part of the MIC Homegrown Short Film Programme. 2011 has been a successful year for NZ short films and many of the films selected have screened to acclaim at international film festivals including Cannes, Sundance, Berlin and Tribeca in New York. [ Read More ]
The 2011 Wairoa Maori Film Festival was drawn to an impressive close at a packed awards ceremony at Kahungunu Marae, Nuhaka. And the winners are… Best Actor – Short Film (Aotearoa Audience Award) HARLEN HOANI THOMPSON IN “KORO’S MEDAL” DIRECTED BY JAMES BARR Best Male Actor – Feature Film (2011 Aotearoa Drama) RANGIMOANA TAYLOR IN [ Read More ]
NZ short Film Poppy awarded for its innovation of motion capture and flawless facial animation. Poppy has been awarded the Computer Animation Festival’s Jury Prize ahead of the SIGGRAPH 2010 International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, which is being held in Los Angeles on the 25th – 29th July.
New Zealand short film ‘Warbrick’ honoured in an international film festival in Montreal, Canada. New Zealand film making brothers Meihana and Pere Durie have been awarded the TEUEIKAN prize at Montreal First People’s Film Festival. Warbrick is a short drama based on the true story of Joe Warbrick and the 1888 New Zealand Natives rugby [ Read More ]
Mia Blake stars as Evie in the NZ short Film – This is Her Three New Zealand short films have been selected to screen in the 62nd Edinburgh International Film Festival this June. “Edinburgh is one of the UK’s premiere festivals, so we are thrilled to have three New Zealand short films selected this year. [ Read More ]
NZ Short Film – “The King Boys” Fans of New Zealand short film have two free nights of entertainment to look forward to thanks to Rialto Channel. As part of the country’s premier film and television Awards, The Air New Zealand Screen Awards 2007, Rialto Channel is hosting two nights of exceptional New Zealand Short [ Read More ]