Writers Shuchi Kothari and Diane Taylor, Director Sima Urale, Producers Rachel Gardner and Anglea Littlejohn.
Actors Shireen Shah, Madeline Sami, Michael Koloi, Scott Wills, Cherie James and Judy Rankin brought to life the characters from Apron Strings at the Script Read Through Workshop held on Friday the 16th February. Guest dramaturg Maxine Fleming led the actors through a reading of the script followed by a discussion of the relationships, characterisations and stories of the characters.
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Writer/director Jonothan Cullinane, producer John Barnett
Be Very Afraid subsequently renamed We’re Here to Help had its read through at home at South Pacific Pictures. Erik Thomson, Miriama Smith, Jason Hoyte, John Leigh, Greg Johnson, Stephen Papps and Stephanie Wilkin lent their voices to the characters allowing the project team to finalise the script. We’re Here to Help went into production in February.
The Paraffin Child
Writer/director Simone Horrocks, producer Trevor Haysom.
The Paraffin Child (now called After the Waterfall) was workshopped last December with guest dramaturg Nancy Brunning. Bringing sound to the page for the first time were Stuart Devinie, Antony Starr, Chelsie Preston-Crayford, Nicola Kawana, Matt Sunderland and Taungaroa Emile.
Writer Chris Clark, producer Fraser Clark.
Wrestler became The King Boys shortly prior to its read-through in May this year. Guiding further fine changes through the workshop format was dramaturge Catherine Fitzgerald with the help of actors Charlie Bleakley, Cohen Holloway, Graeme Tetley, Grant Tilly, Matthew Chamberlain and Vanessa Byrnes.
June 7, 2018 - June 7, 2018, Auckland
We are excited to bring you award winning Australian producer, Kath Shelper (SAMSON AND DELILAH,TENDER, BLACK COMEDY) in conversation with Philippa Campbell (TOP OF THE LAKE) about how she has shepherded projects for the screen through unconventional paths, enabling talented writers and directors to find their voice & their audience.... Read more
April 27, 2018
Script to Screen is proud to award eight filmmakers places on the 2018 FilmUp Mentorship Programme. FilmUp is our high-end... Read more
March 28, 2018
EPISODIC LAB AOTEAROA is our brand new pilot programme and is an initiative designed to develop distinctive NZ writing talent in television drama. Up to 8 writers and/or teams will be awarded a place in the immersive lab where they will workshop their concepts with experienced television writers from NZ, Australia and beyond.... Read more
March 13, 2018
Stallone Vaiaoga-Ioasa shares how he made two self-funded feature films ... and made a profit. ... Read more