Young Creators: It's Business Time

Are Your Accounts Giving You a Headache?

A workshop for pain relief

There’s nothing worse than wasting time on your accounts.

So don’t.

Natalie Doherty, production accountant on projects including Slow West, Jean and The Shannara Chronicles, will share with you contractor hacks to take the headache out of your administrative paperwork.

In this two-hour workshop Natalie will give you time-saving tips and advice on:

  • dealing with your expenses
  • keeping good records
  • income tax, withholding tax and GST
  • sole Trader vs Company — the pros and cons
  • and more

Learn how to spend more time doing what you want to do and less time doing what you have to in this business-minded Young Creators workshop.

Brought to you by DEGNZ and Women In Film and Television

Young Creators: It’s Business Time

Wed 3 October // 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Horse & Trap
3 Enfield Street, Mt Eden, Auckland

 

Natalie DohertyAbout Natalie Doherty

Natalie has worked in the Film and TV industry as both an accountant and in the sound department worldwide for over 16 years. She is an Associate Chartered Accountant who completed her mentored training at BDO Chartered Accountants and the NZ Film Commission. Natalie also supplies short to medium term furnished accommodation to the Film and TV industry with her husband, Brendan.

 

Booking Info

DEGNZ / WIFT members – Free
Non-members – $25

Registration bookings are essential for members and non-members. For non-members, payment must by made in full prior to the start of the workshop to confirm a booking. We accept payment by credit/debit cards and internet banking/direct credit.

Registration closes Monday 1 October, unless capacity is reached prior.

Refunds: Please email admin@degnz.co.nz if you wish to cancel your booking. You must inform us at least 24 hours before the workshop starts to receive a full refund.

 

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DEGNZ 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.

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Danny Mulheron in Wellington

Directors Toolkit with Danny Mulheron – Auckland

Call for applications. The Directors & Editors Guild of NZ presents a two-day practical guide for emerging directors to be held in Auckland on 15-16 September.

New Zealand director Danny Mulheron will draw on his extensive experience to deliver this interactive and informative workshop, which ran in Wellington last year.

Day One topics will include:

  • The Director and the Script, Or: God I’m bored, why?
  • Text, Subtext and Context, Or: “Help, I’m struggling for depth?”
  • Observing Human Behaviour and Emotions, Or: On preferring what you don’t want…and recognising it.
  • The #1 Secret of the Actor/Director Relationship, Or: Don’t fall in love with them…too much?
  • Tools of the Director, Or: How to keep out of the way. It’s what you don’t do that counts.

Day Two will guide participants on working with actors, script reads, rehearsing, shooting and blocking through the use of demonstration and class exercises.

Lunch and refreshments provided.

About Danny Mulheron

Danny MulheronSince his graduation from the New Zealand Drama School in 1983, Danny has become an experienced director, writer and actor in all mediums – stage, screen and television. He is known as an ‘actor’s director’ due to his particular strength in directing actors and getting extraordinary performances.

Danny has directed award-winning television dramas, feature-length documentaries and smash hit theatre productions. The most recent work aired in NZ was Why does love?, a rock and roll movie about Kiwi rock band The Dance Exponents. Prior to that he directed all six episodes of the Hillary TV series for TVNZ. Other TV movies include The Kick, Rage and EruptionFresh Meat was a lesbian cannibal grind house movie for the Gibson Group, which made it to the NYC Tribeca Film Festival.​

He is currently in pre-production for Runaway Millionaires a TV movie for TVNZ and then moves immediately into Jonah. This is a 2 x 90 minutes TV drama for TV3, the story of Jonah Lomu. As a writer, he has two other screenplays in early development.

When:
Saturday 15 September,  9am – 5pm
Sunday 16 September, 9am – 4pm

Where: MTG RM, 2 Kingsland Terrace, Kingsland, Auckland

A travel allowance may be available for some DEGNZ members travelling from out of Auckland.

Cost: DEGNZ members – Free, Non-members – $100

To Apply

Application Deadline: 3PM, Wednesday 5 September

STEP 1: Submit the form below.

STEP 2: After Step 1, you will be redirected to the File Upload page. Upload your application file(s). Submit before the deadline:

  • your CV/filmography with links to samples of your work
  • a maximum one-page letter on why you would like to participate

Late applications will not be accepted.

 

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This initiative is brought to you with the generous support of the New Zealand Film Commission.

NZFC

Sexual Harassment & Disclosure Hui

Sexual Harassment & Disclosure Hui

Why should you attend this important hui about sexual harassment & disclosure?

This practical workshop will help you to learn how to identify and most importantly deal with uncomfortable situations.

Everyone deserves to feel safe in their workspace or know how to respond when they don’t!

This presentation by Debbi Tohill, Executive Director of RPE (Rape Prevention Education) is a precursor to future workshops SWAG (Screen Women’s Action Group) will be organising. This will be a two-hour intensive covering the basics:

Exactly what is sexual harassment?
The continuum to sexual violence
Keeping yourself safe
Creating a safe environment
Knowing your rights
Reporting
Making your own decisions

WHEN  Wed 5 September, 6PM for a 6:30 start – 8:30PM
WHERE  St Columba Centre, 40 Vermont Street, Ponsonby, Auckland – carpark around the back

Free to attend!

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Jennifer Ward-Lealand

Rehearsal Dynamics with Jennifer Ward-Lealand

Call for Applications. DEGNZ invites directors to apply now for Rehearsal Dynamics, taught by New Zealand actor Jennifer Ward-Lealand. This 1-day workshop will be held in Auckland on Saturday 22 September.

Deepening and Enriching the Actor’s Performance

At Rehearsal Dynamics, five participants will direct actors in short scenes under the guidance of Jennifer Ward-Lealand. There will be a strong emphasis on identifying craft to aid the rehearsal process and developing a language to confidently engage with actors.

Five directors will be selected to participate. In addition, DEGNZ will offer up to seven directors a place in the workshop as an active observer. Observers will also have the opportunity to learn practical knowledge and a vocabulary for working with actors.

Participating directors will be sent the script at least two weeks ahead of the workshop.

About Jennifer Ward-Lealand

Since training at Auckland’s influential Theatre Corporate, Jennifer has worked extensively in theatre, film, television, musical and radio for over 35 years. Jennifer is one of New Zealand’s most recognisable acting talents and a respected theatre director. She has taught for The Actors’ Program, Toi Whakaari and NASDA.

Jennifer is currently President of Equity New Zealand, Patron of Q Theatre, and serves as a trust board member of Arts Regional Trust and Actors Benevolent Fund. In the 2007 New Years Honours List, she was named an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to theatre and the community.

 

When: Saturday 22 September, 9am – 5pm

Where: Q Theatre, Vault, 305 Queen Street, Auckland 1010

A travel allowance is available for selected Participants travelling from out of Auckland who are DEGNZ members.

Cost (lunch included):

DEGNZ members            Participant/Observer – Free
Non-members                 Participant – $100, Observer – $50

To Apply

Applicants must be comfortable with participating in front of their peers.

Successful Participant applicants will have experience directing narrative short films and have a narrative feature film in active development.

Application Deadline: 10AM, Monday 3 September

STEP 1: Submit the form below.

STEP 2: Upload your application files. You will be redirected after Step 1 to the File Upload page. Submit before the deadline:

  • your CV/filmography with links to samples of your work
  • the logline and short synopsis of your feature film in active development, and
  • a maximum one-page letter explaining why you would like to participate.

Late applications will not be accepted.

 

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This initiative is brought to you with the generous support of the New Zealand Film Commission.

NZFC

Director Jason Stutter

Applications Open: Directors Toolkit with Jason Stutter – Bay of Plenty

Directors Toolkit

Award-winning director Jason Stutter leads this two-day workshop, offering a practical guide to directing for emerging directors. The Directors Toolkit aims to establish a professional approach to filming and underline the keys to good work.

Over the weekend, we will cover working with professional actors, non-actors, and different scales of production crew. We will take you through pre-production, casting, production, post-production and how to get your final film out into the world of festivals and markets.

Lunch and refreshments provided.

About Jason Stutter

Jason StutterJason Stutter’s first movie was cult kung-fu caper Tongan Ninja (2002). Since then he has alternated features – self-funded comedy Edwin: My Life as a Koont, stylish Ronald Hugh Morrieson adaptation Predicament – with shorts, including the hit Careful… series, riffing on the dangers of inattentive tool use. His most recent feature, haunted house tale The Dead Room, was released in New Zealand in 2015.

When:
Sat 8 September, 9am – 5pm
Sun 9 September, 9am – 4pm

Where: Ignition Coworking Space, 29 Grey Street, Tauranga

Cost: DEGNZ members – Free, Non-members – $100 (payable upon successful application)

Class: 20 max

Event Cancellation: We regret to inform everyone that this workshop has been cancelled at this time due to insufficient numbers. DEGNZ sincerely apologises for any inconveniences to applicants or those wishing to apply. We hope to offer this Directors Toolkit in 2019. 

 

This workshop is brought to you by the Directors & Editors Guild of NZ and Bay of Plenty Film.

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