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Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement, Big Screen Symposium

2014 BIG SCREEN SYMPOSIUM PROGRAMME GOES LIVE.
Two days, twenty sessions, and a line-up of 40 international and local speakers in a series of panel discussions, conversations and masterclasses.

THE MAKERS OF 'WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS' JOIN LINE-UP
Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement and Chelsea Winstanley to present a case study on the marketing and distribution strategy behind their latest hit.

GIVING VOICE TO THOSE UNHEARD
Charlotte Purdy and Peter Burger to present a case study on their award winning docudrama Erebus: Operation Overdue.

KATHERINE THOMSON (AUS) TO GIVE SCREENWRITING MASTERCLASS
Award winning playwright and screenwriter Katherine Thomson will present a screenwriting Masterclass: Excavating the Story.

Tickets are moving fast, get yours today.

symposium@script-to-screen.co.nz | General Enquiries | Big Screen Symposium

The annual two-day event that puts the filmmakers of Aotearoa New Zealand in one venue to debate and discuss the future of our cinema.

Postal: PO Box 147263, Ponsonby, Auckland 1144
Physical Address: 195 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby, Auckland 1011
www.bigscreensymposium.co.nz
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