Catherine Bates: New Zealand Film Commission, Head of Incentives, Kirsty Donoghue: Screen Auckland, Attraction Specialist, Bree Loverich: Screen Canterbury NZ, Manager, Rob Lyver: ATEED, Screen Business Specialist, Philippa Mossman: New Zealand Film Commission, Head of International Screen Attraction
Understanding how the rebate system and the sector works are vital to being able to run your business effectively. Covid has created many opportunities for the sector as part of the country’s economic recovery. What is the role of the NZFC and regional film offices as we move through into this new Covid phase? How does the incentive programme work and what is a suppliers role in the system? What are their plans for the next year and how can screen business be a part of this? Join our guests to discuss this further.
Sam Ramlu: Method, Aliesha Staples: Staples VR, Jessica Manins: Beyond Fun, Michael McCullough: Many Worlds
AR/VR/MR and experiential are words that are now becoming common place in the post Covid world, but what do they mean? We unpick the different technologies and see how they have fared during Covid and moving into a post Covid world. How can other companies working in the screen sector engage with and get the best out of the technology? What is the market for this experiential technology and how does the market need to shift to use it? Explore this new technology with us in the latest of the On Screen Sessions.
Nik Beachman: Executive Producer at Thick as Thieves, Rachael Blampied: Head of Content at Fish&Clips, Amanda Jenkins: Line Producer at AJ Films
Our panel of Advertising agencies and producers will explore what the future could look like and how our relationships with clients may change. The advertising industry and ad production are an important part of the screen sector and as small scale productions can be a litmus test for our industry at this time. While it was a time of little or no filming, has it been a time of reimagining and creativity? Given the constraints involved in practical filming how are agencies and production companies responding? We will highlight and examine the trends our guests see emerging in the advertising space in New Zealand and internationally at the moment, and how these affect how ads are imagined and produced.
Sam Witters: CEO at AMO Group, Mario Wynands: Managing Director at Pik Pok, Mathew Joubert: VP of Marketing at SHIFT72
In a world that is currently shifting, and with New Zealand needing to look at how to reinvigorate its economy, what is the possible reimagining for screen as a part of the export portfolio that New Zealand offers to the world. Recently the role of digital IP has seen a resurgence in importance and attention. How can screen industry businesses across the sector embrace this change? What should the sector do to create opportunities in the COVID environment and rebuild?