Ready, set, go… Now what? Navigating the TV and film industry can be a confusing and challenging process; who can you trust? What are your options? But you’re not alone.
Join us for a Q&A panel with established filmmakers as they share their career experiences and how they navigated their entry into the screen industry. Director/editor Charlotte Evans (OK Chlöe, Give Kate A Voice), director Jeremiah Tauamiti (For My Father’s Kingdom, Liliu) and editor Jack Woon (Three Wise Cousins, Hibiscus & Ruthless) will join DEGANZ to discuss the ups and downs of trying to get a foot in the door.
If you’re at the start of your filmmaking journey, or looking to embark on one, you don’t want to miss this honest Young Creators session.
WHEN: Wed 4 May, 7pm – 8:30pm. Talk starts at 7:15pm.
WHERE: Horse & Trap – Loft, 3 Enfield St, Mount Eden, Auckland
Because of liquor license conditions, under 18s must be accompanied by their parent/legal guardian.
Face masks are required to be worn indoors by all attendees. We may shift the event to Zoom at the same date and time if COVID-19 cases are a concern and will notify all registrants.
Parking: Horse & Trap customer carpark and free on-street parking nearby.
DEGANZ members – Free
Non-members – $5
Please register below
Charlotte Evans is a film director based in Auckland, New Zealand. She started her film career in London in 2008, where she trained as an editor under Rick Waller. Since returning to NZ, Charlotte has worked as a freelance director and editor on various projects ranging from TVCs, music videos, TV series, documentaries and short films. She is currently in the final stages of post-production for her soon to be released documentary Nowhere To Be.
Jack Woon is a Kiwi-Malaysian multi-hyphenate filmmaker with over a decade of cross-cultural experience in New Zealand, China, Samoa, India, Czechia and Canada. He has edited three commercially successful micro-budget Pacific Island comedy features, including Three Wise Cousins and Hibiscus & Ruthless.
Jeremiah Tauamiti is a Kiwi Samoan who started his career as a camera operator on television show Fresh. He then went on to direct films of his own, including shorts Maria and Liliu. In 2019 he co-directed his first feature, For My Father’s Kingdom, with partner Vea Mafile’o. The documentary, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, is about Mafile’o’s Tongan father, Saia.
DEGANZ Young Creators is a programme of events with a mission to inform and inspire younger or emerging directors and editors to build successful, sustainable careers in the screen industry.