Saturday 11th August 2018
MIT Pasifika Centre North Campus, Gate 13, Alexander Crescent, Otara
Come along to hear from the groundbreaking feature film writer/director behind HIBISCUS & RUTHLESS and THREE WISE COUSINS. Stallone Vaiaoga-Ioasa (S.Q.S) talks about his journey from making short films to feature films.
He’ll share snippets of rarely seen short films and discuss the connections to his feature film work. Stallone will talk about lessons he’s learned and how he approaches the current film landscape in New Zealand and the Pacific.
After the TALK, Stay and have pizza on Script to Screen and socialise with fellow filmmakers.
Venue: MIT (Manukau Institute of Technology) Pasifika Community Centre, Gate 13, Alexander Cresent, Otara.
Cost: $5 Koha appreciated. Please bring cash with you as we don’t have eftpos. Your contribution helps us to continue doing these TALKS.
Script to Screen TALKS are made possible thanks to generous support from NZ Film Commission, Foundation North, Images & Sound.
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