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2017 NZ Film Awards to be Held in Auckland on 7 September

The New Zealand Film Awards will be held on 7th September 2017 in Auckland


The annual New Zealand Film Awards festival will be held at Rialto Cinemas Newmarket 167 – 169 Broadway in Auckland on 7th September 2017. The festival program will showcase modern approach to filmmaking, based on new ideas and directions by independent filmmakers from around the world.

Every year, the New Zealand Film Awards Festival receives a high volume of applications for participation, and 2017 is no exception. The jury reviews hundreds of films in order to to select the best to show to the world. The main goal of the New Zealand Film Awards is to support local and international independent filmmakers and to showcase new talents. The fourth annual New Zealand Film Awards will introduce viewers to fascinating and original stories and experimental films that will give viewers a look into the ever-changing world of human interactions. The event will be attended by creative, extraordinary people, who will bring their diverse opinions and their own unconventional views. The New Zealand Film Awards is a great way to start a promising career for many filmmakers, writers, producers and filmmakers.It is guaranteed that the New Zealand Film Awards will broaden horizons.

One of the best locations in the world was chosen for the New Zealand Film Awards. After all, New Zealand is famous for its plush nature – geysers, mountains, lakes, forests, glaciers and beaches. In addition to the beautiful unique nature of the country there is another very significant plus – the deserved title of the motherland of extreme and active tourism. There is plenty of adrenaline-fuelled local entertainment on offer: bungee jumping, skydiving and gliding, rap jumping and air surfing, and much more. There is also whale watching, mighty fjords and glaciers, or visitors can just spend their time walking around bustling Auckland.


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About New Zealand International Film Awards

New Zealand International Film Awards celebrates the work of independent filmmakers, taking us all on a journey to discover new worlds through film.

Date: September 07, 2017

Theatre: New Rialto Cinemas, Newmarket

For Your Reference please visited our official website www.newzealandfilmawards.com

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