Developing a network of mentors, colleagues and organisations is a great way to get your short film off the ground, improve your skills, and find the resources you need to make your idea a reality. In this article, we provide links to many great organisations and resources that are active in the New Zealand short film community.
Show Me Shorts is always looking for ways to support the talented short film makers that make our festival possible every year. So we’re going to be sharing some resources over the next few months to (we hope!) encourage developing filmmakers. We’re kicking off with a set of rapid-fire top ten tips to help aspiring short film makers avoid the..
In March the NZ Film Commission released a consultation paper regarding some changes they would like to make to the way they fund the production of short films. You can also find more about the new plan for shorts on their website. As key proponents of short film in NZ, we made a submission on behalf of local audiences and..