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Taking On The World

Taking On The World

The Screen Production Industry Taskforce will release the much anticipated report on the screen production industry, “Taking on the World”: Tuesday, 11 March Embassy Theatre Lounge (upstairs) 1.30pm onwards

Key figures from New Zealand’s film and television industry – industry organisations, feature film-makers, documentary and commercial makers and production houses and will be attending the launch. Julie Christie from Touchdown Productions (Chair of the Taskforce) and Hon. Jim Anderton, Minister for Industry and Regional Development will be keynote speakers at the launch.

The official launch will be followed by a nationwide roadshow, presenting the report to the industry members: Tuesday 11 March Wellington, 6pm, Embassy Theatre Wednesday 12 March Queenstown, 12 noon, Millenium Copthorne Hotel Wednesday 12 March Dunedin, 6.30pm, Dunedin Art Gallery Thursday 12 March Christchurch, 12 noon, XO Club Thursday 12 March Auckland, 6pm, Sheraton Hotel Ends/… For more information contact:

Gary Johnson Media Co-ordinator Phone: 0274 853 545


Mike Booker Industry New Zealand Phone: 025 832 921

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