New Zealand is a member of the AFCI.
Monday 9th December
The Screen Production Guide is designed to invite international companies, productions and projects to New Zealand by highlighting what New Zealand has to offer in every aspect of production as well as living and working in New Zealand.
An overview of issues relating to the importation and use of animals.
Introducing some of the creative talent behind the New Zealand screen production industry.
An introduction to New Zealand's digital media industry.
An introduction to the New Zealand employment environment.
Links to some of New Zealand's key equipment and hire companies, as well as contacts and information about more specialised areas.
Information about New Zealand film financing and co-production regulations.
An introduction to the sources of funding available for New Zealand television productions.
Find out more about completion bonds and guarantors working in New Zealand.
Relevant information about working in New Zealand.
Information about the New Zealand government's financial incentive schemes.
An introduction to the insurance environment and accident compensation scheme in New Zealand.
Find out about the diverse range of locations New Zealand has to offer.
Information on marketing, distribution, exhibition and classification in New Zealand.
Information about relevant filming permissions (including guidelines, protocols and sample agreements).
A guide to New Zealand’s sophisticated post production capability.
Links to New Zealand’s world class production servicing specialists.
Contact details for the regional film offices.
An introduction to New Zealand's tax environment, as it relates to the screen production industry.
An introduction to New Zealand's television commercial industry.
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