Florian-y-Jarvis

“I love mixing my life with art, music, storytelling, acting, exploring, experimenting… I feel very lucky to be a filmmaker. And to share the films I’ve made.” – Florian Habicht

With over 10 years experience and six feature films, writer/director Florian Habicht is continually exploring new ways to tell a story. From fable WOODENHEAD to music documentary PULP, Florian seduces his audience into new worlds, allowing them to fall in love with the beauty that captured his eye.

Join us to hear Florian Habicht talk to Robyn Malcolm about how he has developed his creative process over the years, working intuitively and collaboratively to make his films.

Tuesday 21st April, The Classic, 321 Queen Street. 7pm drinks, 7:30-8:30pm talk. $5 koha appreciated.

Now that we’re back at The Classic, make sure to stick around afterwards for a slice of pizza on us!


FilmUp 2017: Call for Applications!

Calling screenwriters, directors and producers - FilmUp returns in 2017 providing talented and tenacious filmmakers an individually tailored development programme to hone their creative practice, and take a step up in their careers. 8 mentorships including 2 senior mentorships are available.... Read more

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2015 South Auckland Short Film Workshop

November 28, 2015 - November 29, 2015, MIT School of Visual Arts, Otara

Script to Screen and Ngā Aho Whakaari present a free two-day workshop that will give you everything you need to know to make a short film.... Read more

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FilmUp 2016: Call for Applications!

February 16, 2016

Calling screenwriters, directors and producers - FilmUp returns in 2016, providing talented and tenacious filmmakers an individually tailored development programme to hone their creative practice, and take a step up in their careers.... Read more

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So, You’re Writing Your First Feature…?

November 18, 2015 - November 19, 2015, Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision, WELLINGTON

Writers Briar Grace-Smith, Max Currie, and Emily Perkins talk to screenwriter and playwright Ken Duncum about their experiences writing their first feature film, what they wish they knew then, and how the writing process changes while you develop as a writer.... Read more