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Monday 10th March
Gisella Carr took up the position of Film New Zealand's Chief Executive on April 6, 2010. She is responsible for the management of the organisation and reports to the Board of Trustees with whom she works closely in developing strategic plans, policy frameworks and budgets. As CEO she is also a member of the Finance & Audit Committee.
Roxane brings a wealth of experience in both film and television, public relations and project management to her role as Film New Zealand’s marketing and communications director.
Philippa has more than 20 years experience in the New Zealand production sector, most recently at Television New Zealand where she held senior roles in production, channel management, programming and partnership.
Mark has more than 20 years’ experience as a producer and line producer working on screen projects in New Zealand and overseas.
Vicki will represent Film New Zealand in the United States and will be based in Los Angeles permanently from 2012. She will also be representing Park Road Post Production where she is Head of Marketing.
Susa Kalliomaki as Office Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Film New Zealand. She coordinates Board meetings, regional film office meetings, Film New Zealand's participation in international trade shows and provides support to the CEO and staff.
Jo has worked in the film industry as a freelance Production Manager/Producer for the last 25 years, working on many television series, feature films, documentaries and more recently producing AV film content for national and international exhibitions and museums. She has also taught Production Management at Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School and The New Zealand Film and Television School, and co owns The Dive Productions Ltd with Guy Pottinger.
Film New Zealand's on site accountant, Voula Lagoutaris, manages the Trust's accounts and financial reports. Voula is a qualified accountant.
Sue was instrumental in establishing Film New Zealand as an organisation in 1994 and has been involved as either trustee or advisor for Film New Zealand ever since. Her breadth of experience in the industry is paralled by few.
To help us to respond effectively to the needs of our largest centre, we are delighted to announce that
Auckland-based producer Paul Davis has agreed to act as Film New Zealand’s representative in a part
time role. Paul will be available to act as liaison with companies and individuals, look at issues and
explore opportunities for increasing inward international screen production in the Auckland region.
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