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The New Zealand Film Commission invests in original and culturally significant films, encourages talented New Zealand filmmakers through developing career pathways and facilitating connections offshore, and works to increase the number of people seeing New Zealand films here and overseas.  It supports the growth of economic activity and helps ensure New Zealand has sustainable screen sector businesses operating within an internationally competitive screen sector.  The NZFC also helps negotiate co-production treaties and certifies co-productions and New Zealand films for tax purposes.

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Research projects

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Commissioned
Jul 2015
Tim Thorpe Consulting Ltd was contracted by NZ On Air and NZFC on behalf of Screen NZ to undertake a short study of skills shortages in drama production in New Zealand. The Terms of Reference for this assignment were to: broadly look at where there are skills shortages in drama production, how these might be plugged, and where there might be other financial partners to help with this....
Completed
Sep 2014
The research paper below includes gender information based on feature film development funding applications, including script, early and advanced development funding applications, submitted to the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) between 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2014.