"A Flickering Truth," a documentary about the preservation of film archives in Afghanistan, has been selected by New Zealand as its contender for the foreign-language Academy Awards prize. The film…
Canada and New Zealand today signed a co-production treaty that will allow enhanced film and TV industry cooperation between the two English-speaking territories. The pact comes at a time when New…
Chinese broadcasters and producers have this week struck a string of TV co-production deals with production houses from Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. The unrelated moves underline the growing…
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Perhaps no other nation combines panoramas and perks as effectively as New Zealand. With its majestic landscapes, the country is a top shooting destination, while the digital artistry at…
A string of other projects is now set to connect the two nations' film and TV industries, after years of slow build-up.
New Zealand and Israel co-production treaty will allow film makers to access funding and incentives in both countries.
After 16 years, Peter Jackson's sextet of Tolkien adaptations has come to an end. Yet the New Zealand film and TV business is thriving even without its signature franchise, turning the land that once…
"Fear the Walking Dead's" Cliff Curtis says returning to New Zealand to tell local stories "keeps me sane, it sort of grounds me and gives me a sense of purpose." Curtis started his career appearing…
The big winners of a recent change to New Zealand production incentives will be local physical effects companies, as specialist props and models become qualifying spend for the first time. "For…
WME and Stratagem on board as international distributors.
Online video service undercuts local incumbents. Producers' association wants Netflix to contribute to local industry.