UPCOMING EVENTS

Power, Gender and New Story Structures Workshop with Stephen Cleary

30 Nov - 1 Dec, Auckland - 7 - 8 Dec, Wellington

Big Screen Symposium 2020

3 - 4 APR 2020 - Auckland

APPLICATION DEADLINES

2020 South Shorts Mentorship Programme

DEADLINE: 15 NOV 2019, 5pm - Auckland

Strength in Numbers – Growth 2020

DEADLINE: 1 DEC 2019, MIDNIGHT - National

"Thank you for connecting me with the industry both here and in Australia. I have a greater understanding of the business of writing having met with Alice (Bell) every week and the importance of having 'product' as a writer. "

Sophie Henderson, Writer/Actor - FilmUp Participant

"The projects that Script to Screen does and the reason I'm so gung-ho enthusiastic about them is; it's about accessing people whose stories just don't make it on screen. It's giving people skills to tell stories for the screen. Giving new voices and new stories the potential to become films"

Michael Bennett, Writer/Director/Author - Hokianga Film Project Mentor

"Being a part of FilmUp was incredibly inspiring, connecting with fellow filmmakers on a deep level and having the opportunity to work one on one with a mentor, provided great filmmaking stimulation."

Armagan Ballantyne, Director - FilmUp Participant

"Script to Screen has been really, really helpful for me. They really gave me the confidence to be able to first of all do basic things like describe an idea, pitch an idea. It was there that everything started rolling for me as a filmmaker and it presented a safe environment for me"

Jeremiah Tauamiti, Writer/Director - FilmUp and South Shorts Participant

"Script to Screen can connect to the outer regions, to these little regions such as Whirinaki and Kaikohe, where opportunities like these can still be given to kids that don't quite have these opportunities. I am really thankful for what Script to Screen has done for me and who I've been working with."

Quianna Titore, Writer/Director - Hokianga Film Project Participant

"Oftentimes we feel like satellites, not really sure what else or who else is out there and what's going on. Script to Screen has these programs that sort of bring you together and put you in touch with people more experienced than you and on the similar level to you in terms of what they're up to and you can sort of form relationships with them, and just feel like there are people you can talk to out there, which is nice."

Tim van Dammen, Producer/Writer/Director - FilmUp Participant

“For an artist, this level of empowerment and support is rare and utterly invaluable. The programme carefully facilitates the most magical sense of community, inspiration and support. The hub days are a taonga. Do yourself a solid and apply.”

Chelsie Preston Crayford, Actor/Writer/Director - FilmUp Participant

"It really gave me a really good grounding for the future in terms of how to consolidate both my business, in terms of the production company, and future projects and how to go about doing it and being much more clinical about how to run a business without compromising the artistic side of it."

Stallone Vaiaoga-Ioasa, Producer/Writer/Director - Strength in Numbers and FilmUp Participant in Numbers Participant

"FilmUp LITERALLY changed my life. It gave me some real perspective on storytelling and helped me figure out what I wanted to say and how I wanted to say it."

Josephine Stewart-Te Whiu, Writer/Director - FilmUp Participant

"This programme [South Shorts] not only opened the door for me to discover my skills as a writer but also gave me the confidence to know that I can actually do this, anyone can. I'm so grateful to have had this opportunity"

Gaby Solomona, Actor/Writer/Producer - South Shorts Participant

"The insights and inspiration I have received have been exponentially more beneficial than I ever imagined."

Julia Parnell, Producer - FilmUp and Strength in Numbers Participant

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