For our February’s Writer’s Room, kiwi-born producer Helen Bowden

 (Matchbox Pictures) talked to producer Philippa Campbell (Top of the Lake, Rain) about her experience developing high-end television drama in Australia, the development process from genesis to production, and how to find and make a story that will work both for the local network and for the international market.

Special thanks to Images & Sound and White Studios for their assistance in making this video possible.


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EVENT

Hokianga Feb 2015 Workshop – Storytelling for the Screen

February 1, 2015, Rawene

Is there a story from your community that you would like to tell through film but don’t know where to start? Come and join us for a free one-day workshop that will give you the tools you need to take stories from your community and tell them on screen. ... Read more

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Netflix and Amazon: Disruptive Forces Reshaping the Market

February 28, 2017, 6:30-8pm, STUDIO ONE - TOI TU, AUCKLAND

Script to Screen and WIFT NZ present an international panel with speakers from WIFT's Co-Production Summit, focussing this year on German/NZ co-productions. Hear them discuss the transition from a traditional foreign market structure to an SVoD-led environment.... Read more

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NEWS

Story Camp Aotearoa 2016 – Call for Applications

July 10, 2016

Script to Screen launches Story Camp, a feature film project workshop where each selected writer or writing team will have a rigorous five-day residential experience tailored specifically to meet the development needs of their feature film project. ... Read more