REGISTRATION INFORMATION

To register for this workshop:

  • Email emma@script-to-screen.co.nz with your name and contact details
  • If you are a student please include your student ID number and make sure you bring your student ID with you on the day
  • If you are a SDGNZ member please quote your SDGNZ membership number in the email
  • Pay your registration fee by depositing $20/$15 into the account below:

Script to Screen
Westpac 03 0255 0178775 00(0)
Particulars: Name
Reference: NATWRRS

Registration Deadline: 28 March 2011

You will receive confirmation of registration by 29 March 2011

SPECIAL TRAVEL SUBSIDY FOR CHRISTCHURCH DIRECTORS

The NZFC is kindly offering a travel subsidy to Christchurch directors wanting to attend this workshop.

To apply for this subsidy please:

  • Email an expression of interest and your bio to emma@script-to-screen.co.nz

Please call Esther or Emma at Script to Screen on 09 360 5400 with any queries.


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