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Film and Media Studies – University of Otago

Film and Media Studies focuses on the historical, aesthetic, cultural and social significance of cinema, television and new visual technologies and their interconnections. It is concerned with the teaching of visual literacy as it applies to moving images since the advent of modernity and beyond, and looks both at dominant practices (Hollywood cinema, global media, […]  More

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Theatre and Film Studies – University of Canterbury

Theatre and film studies courses integrate theory and practice, with performance and digital film work serving as grounds for scholarly writing and all research having the potential to provoke artistic experimentation. Students are encouraged to work both as scholars and as artists at all levels: to read and think and write, but also to create, […]  More

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Department of Film,Television and Media Studies – University of Auckland

The Department of Film, Television and Media Studies at The University of Auckland is the leading department of its kind in New Zealand. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Film, Television and Media Studies and a postgraduate programme in Screen Production.  More

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SAE Institute Auckland

SAE Institute was established in 1976 as the world’s first practical audio engineering school to address a growing demand for skilled audio engineers. The mission of our first campus was to provide aspiring audio engineers with the best practical and hands-on education possible, a creed we have upheld to this day. Whilst audio engineering remains […]  More

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New Zealand Film & Television School

The New Zealand Film and Television School (The Film School) has been operating in Wellington since 2000. Senior members of the film industry recognised the need for a film school which would be able to respond to industry training needs. Graduates of the Film School will be sought-after filmmakers committed to the art of storytelling, […]  More

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Screen Production and Development Association of New Zealand

SPADA (the Screen Production and Development Association of New Zealand) represents the interests of independent film and television producers on all issues affecting the business and creative aspects of independent film and television production in New Zealand. Members include feature film, television production, animation, TV commercial and interactive media companies as well as services and […]  More

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New Zealand Film Commission

The New Zealand Film Commission was established in 1978 by an Act of the New Zealand Parliament. The NZFC has the statutory responsibility “to encourage, participate and assist in the making, promotion, distribution and exhibition of films” made in New Zealand by New Zealanders on New Zealand subjects. The NZFC provides loans and equity financing […]  More

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NZ Film

NZ Film is the sales agency of the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) which invests in the development and production of New Zealand feature films. For over 30 years NZ Film has sold and promoted NZ films including “An Angel At My Table”, “Bad Taste”, “Vigil”, “Once Were Warriors”, “The World’s Fastest Indian”, “Black Sheep” […]  More

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Documentary Edge Festival

New Zealand’s Documentary Edge Festival is Australasia’s only competitive film festival showcasing the very best in documentary films from all around the world.  More

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New Zealand International Film Festival

The New Zealand International Film Festival is a national event extending the cinematic options of audiences and filmmakers throughout New Zealand. A programme of between 150-170 features is presented in Auckland and Wellington. (The Festival usually opens in Auckland one weekend and gets underway in Wellington the next, overlapping for ten of their respective 17-day […]  More

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Film New Zealand

Film New Zealand works to promote New Zealand as a production destination and provides support, information and introductions to international film-markers considering New Zealand as a production destination.  More

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Metropolis Film Ltd

An Independant all rights acquirer for the territory of New Zealand. Particularly art house / crossover product, both english and foreign language titles.  More

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Screen New South Wales

Screen NSW is the State Government screen agency that fosters and facilitates creative excellence and commercial growth in the screen industry in Sydney and the broader state of New South Wales. In addition to an extensive range of funding programs, Screen NSW has a leadership role in promoting partnerships across the sector, providing “more than […]  More

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National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia is the nation’s living archive, collecting, preserving and sharing our rich audiovisual heritage. Collecting The national audiovisual collection holds more than 1.6 million works. The collection includes films, television and radio programs, videos, audio tapes, records, compact discs, phonograph cylinders and wire recordings. It also encompasses documents […]  More

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Melbourne Cinémathèque

The Melbourne Cinémathèque is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to importing and regularly screening significant films from the history of international cinema. We have hosted numerous seminars featuring renowned film scholars such as David Bordwell and Ian Christie. Each year we put together retrospectives spanning several weeks spotlighting particular cinematic movements, periods, actors and auteurs. We […]  More

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Australian Centre for the Moving Image

From over a century of cinema, to television, computer games and interactive media arts, ACMI presents a unique program of exhibitions, film programs, talks, forums, education programs, production workshops, community activities and lending services.  More

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Sydney Film Festival

Since its inception in 1954, the Sydney Film Festival has enhanced its position and reputation to become the leading international film festival in Australia. The SFF program celebrates the best of the world’s cinema and includes features, documentaries, short films, retrospectives, a silent film presentation, films for families and a series of industry events and […]  More

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Canberra International Film Festival

The CIFF brings the best international cinema to Australia’s capital city in a twelve day festival held every year in November.  More

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Adelaide Film Festival

The biennial Adelaide Film Festival celebrates contemporary screen culture through its tightly curated international screening program and competition [AUD$25,000 for best feature], the exploration of art & the moving image through a commissioning, exhibition and symposium program and hosting the residential Crossover Australian new media lab. The AFF Investment Fund has supported 32 Australian projects […]  More

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International Film College (IFC)

Situated on Australia’s world-renowned Gold Coast, IFC is a nationally recognised, privately owned film school dedicated to providing a comprehensive training experience in the areas of producing, directing, scriptwriting, camera operation, editing, lighting, sound recording, production management, photography, set design and film production  More

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Griffith Film School

The Griffith Film School prepares the next generation of filmmakers, animators and game designers for creative and exciting careers within the international business of film, television and digital screen media creation.  More

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Queensland School of Film and Television

Established in 1992, Queensland School of Film and Television (QSFT) is Queensland’s longest operating film school. In its 19 year history, QSFT has helped launch the careers of countless film industry professionals. As a small boutique facility, QSFT pride’s itself on professionalism and the personal attention devoted to all students. Courses cover all technical disciplines […]  More

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AFTRS – Australia’s national screen arts and broadcast school

AFTRS – Australia’s national screen arts and broadcast school – has been delivering advanced training for the film, television and radio industries for almost 40 years. The school attracts students from all over Australia who are driven to create experiment and develop their skills in all of the specialist areas that make up this dynamic […]  More

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Sydney Film School

The Sydney Film School is a premier creative institute for emerging filmmakers, using 16mm film and digital technologies. The School’s friendly staff emphasise team building, production work and open minded individual creativity. Established in a spacious warehouse by a team of award winning filmmakers and educators, the School is governed by a Board of international […]  More

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Odin’s Eye Entertainment

Odin’s Eye Entertainment is an international sales, distribution and media production company, dedicated to distributing and producing high concept, and cross platform content with mainstream appeal for the international market.  More

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Arclight Films

Australia based international sales company involved in co-production and finance feature films for theatrical release.  More

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Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF)

The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is an iconic Melbourne event. MIFF hosts a feast of cinematic delicacies from over 50 countries for seventeen days each Winter, heavily garnished with a range of parties and special events that cast a celebratory mood over the city. The Festival is one of Australia’s most significant public events. […]  More

Posted: August 13, 2011
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Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA)

The Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) acclaims, at a global level, the cinematic excellence and cultural diversity of the vast Asia-Pacific region. The region’s highest accolade in film, APSA is the only awards program in the world to link to a globally broadcast documentary series. Established in 2007, APSA is an international cultural initiative of […]  More

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South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC)

The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) is a statutory body. Core activities include: Screen practitioner development and support/Script and project development/Production investment funding, cash flow loans and incentives/Operation of production and post-production facilities.  More

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Screen Australia

Screen Australia is Australia’s biggest film financing agency. It develops, finances and markets high quality, innovative and commercially attractive projects, with an emphasis on connecting with audiences, both nationally and internationally. It also administers the Producer Offset incentive and Australia’s Official Co-production program.  More

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