Browse by author: Sandor Lau
The ins and outs of documentary funding in Australia.
In October 2004 New Zealand held its first ever Korean Film Festival in Auckland, not only revealing that Asians have other pastimes than boy racing, kidnapping, and pouring their money into the NZ education system, but also showing how one small country has turned its film industry into a force to be reckoned with on the global scene.
Fortunately in Aotearoa, we have the New Zealand International Film Festival not only to break up the slate of gray scheduled every year from June through August, but also to give us some food for thought about what kind of future we’re setting ourselves up for in the next few hundred years.
Masterclass! short film workshops with UK writer/director/actor/educator Simon van der Borgh and US short film guru Kim Adelman.
A Mäori proverb says you spend your life walking backwards because you can see the past but not the future—that’s why we trip.
Hundreds of directors, producers, distributors, commissioners and others from all corners of the documentary industry from all corners of the world descended on Fremantle Western Australia for this year’s Australian International Documentary Conference (26-28 February). Sándor Lau dives into the belly of the beast in search of its soul.
Part two: Korean films lead the way.
Sándor Lau treats us to coverage of New Zealand's wackiest and most challenging festival
An overview report on New Zealand's International Short film festival.
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