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I would like to acknowledge the critical role that the New Zealand Film Commission has, and continues to play, in the New Zealand film industry.
I welcome the review and the opportunity for the industry to have its say in this.
This review is long overdue and I thank the current government for having the wisdom and courage to undertake this.
The NZFC now has the availability to tap into a greater network of industry players and knowledge through the interaction with more foreign companies brought about by the LBGS and the coproduction treaty agreements. These opportunities have been missed somewhat by the NZFC as they have not made efforts to interact with such people when they have been here and therefore not built the relationships.
The film industry will continue to become a more international industry within NZ. The NZFC must be careful not to become insular while at the same time preserve the quintessential NZ film base.
There will be more opportunities for foreign investment in NZ film as individuals gain international experience and international companies look at NZ as a good place to film using NZ film makers. We should welcome this development.
The NZFC has no way of guaranteeing that every film will be a success. They have to take the calculated risk that chosen films and the associated film makers will make a successful product. The methods used to minimise the risk of shows being unsuccessful should be reviewed. There appears to be a quasi academic view of the films chosen over recent years which while they may do well at certain film festivals they have little hope of popular success and little hope of furthering careers. This can result in the same people lining up for NZFC money producing the same type of disappointing product.
These schemes have been successful in both a financial way but more importantly in growing the industry. The longer term benefits of this are about to start kicking n. Through this scheme different individuals have gain the respect and confidence of overseas producers and companies to the extent that they will back and assist NZ films.
The NZFC should be in a position to introduce film makers to international players through the networks they establish by capitalising on the LBGS links. They should assist even as a conduit to markets etc.
There are always tensions between the parties involved in film making. That is a reality. However the results should be a win for everyone. This can be achieved by allowing flexibility and working with confidence in such matter rather than hiding behind doctrine and ignorance.
The role of the NZFC should stay pretty much the same. It is the execution and method used in fulfilling that role that needs to be updated.
No real comment on this in such specific terms but there are some suggestions on training and assistance at the crew level in my notes later.
I consider this adequate. The film maker themselves has a responsibility to do this and there are many avenues open for that.
Yes I think greater collaboration is needed. This is best to come about through interaction with the parties and potential parties involved. Social and work based events.
There are many things to consider here. Basically it appears to be similar to other structures overseas but I haven’t dealt much with any. The internal structure of the NZFC appears to be cumbersome and overstaffed. This often leads to inefficiencies and low energy levels. I believe a leaner team that uses outside contractors only when absolutely needed would be more efficient and produce better results.
You’ve done that by engaging us on the review and taking our feedback. Don’t stop with this though make it a continuous thing.
Further notes and suggestions.
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