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Global Reach – In Conversation with Amotz Zakai

Global Reach – In Conversation with Amotz Zakai

Script to Screen invites LA teacher, film producer, development executive and agent Amotz Zakai into the Writer’s Room in Auckland this November.
Join MC Vanessa Alexander to hear Amotz share stories of taking culturally specific and independent projects to international screens.
Amotz brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience, having been involved in the development of Oscar winning feature Tsotsi by Gavin Hood and Oscar nominated Water by Deepa Mehta.
In his role as a manager of writers and directors under the Echo Lake Productions banner, Amotz represents notable international names including David Ward, John Carpenter and Antonia Bird, along side our own Toa Fraser.
Don’t miss this opportunity to spend an evening with an exciting independent producer and hone your skills for making culturally unique stories that stand out in the global arena.

Tuesday 27th November
7pm drinks in the bar
7.30pm talk followed by Q & A
The Classic
321 Queen Street
Auckland
$5 donation at the door

No bookings are required for this event.
The Writer’s Room is made possible with support from the New Zealand Film Commission, Stella Artois and Creative Communities NZ Auckland City.

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