The NZFC have announced that 19 successful projects will receive funding as part of Ara ki Te Puna Kairangi – The Premium Development Fund, with a total of 1.5 million offered. The successful projects represent a broad array of ideas with the potential to engage both local and international audiences, and includes projects by our very own DEGNZ members.
Hannah Marshall will go ahead with another season of drama series Alibi with her production company Plus6Four Entertainment Limited.
Roseanne Liang, Ally Xue, JJ Fong and Perlina Lau, alongside Creamerie Ltd, have received funding for a second season of the post-apocalyptic black comedy Creamerie.
Max Currie with Autonomouse Limited, has received funding for another season of Rūrangi, a queer and trans-positive drama.
Congratulations to all our members. We can’t wait to see the projects come to life.