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The Qantas Film and Television Awards are now the AFTAs!

The Qantas Film and Television Awards are now the AFTAs!

The premier awards celebrating excellence in New Zealand Television and Film

Join the ranks of the 2010 winners by entering now – only 7 days to go!

“Boy!” said Taika Waititi, Best Director of a Feature Film, “It was a thriller!”

2010 Best News ... ONE News
2010 Best News or Current Affairs Presenter ... John Campbell
2010 Images & Sound Best Drama Programme … Outrageous Fortune
2010 Best Maori Language Programme in association with the Maori Language Commission and Te Mangai Paho ... E Tu Kahikatea

2011 ... Entries closing soon

How to enter

Follow the steps at: http://www.afta.co.nz/entry-details/

Step 1 Please read the Terms and Conditions of the AFTAs and ensure your application is eligible.

Step 2 Determine the Category you would like to enter. Please click here to view the Categories and Criteria.

Step 3 Complete the online entry form including acceptance of the Terms and Conditions of entry. Download the invoice that is generated on screen, and advise the correct payment method. Click here to view the entry fee details.

Step 4 Print and sign a copy of the Consent Form attached to your entry acknowledgement email.

Step 5 Collate the required DVDs and send them to us no later than 5pm on Friday, 12 August. DVD Requirements are listed here.

Step 6 Send the following no later than 5.00pm on Friday, 12 August:

• 1x copy of the Consent Form signed by the producer
• Required number of copies of your entry on DVD. Click here to review requirements for each genre
• If you are entering Best Script, also send 5x copies of the complete script.

We look forward to receiving your entries and to celebrating the exceptional achievements of New Zealand’s Film and Television industries.

For general information about the Awards, please see the website

ENDS

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