On Fridays we like to interview some of our favourite people, asking them five questions about their creative process. See them all here. What are your three tips for surviving on set? Prep your lines so you don’t have to actively remember them so that you can get to the point where you can trust…Read more "Friday Five: Katherine McRae"
On Fridays we like to interview some of our favourite people, asking them five questions about their creative process. See them all here. We loved watching your recent series The Han Chronicles (currently on TVNZ OnDemand). Where did this story come from, and what was the process of getting it onto this online platform? The…Read more "Friday Five: Chye-Ling Huang"
On Fridays we like to interview some of our favourite people, asking them five questions about their creative process. See them all here. First up is none other than film-maker, director, acting coach, actor, theatre-maker, mother (and many other things, we are sure!) Miranda Harcourt. Miranda was recently mentioned in Nicole Kidman’s Emmy Award-winning speech, and…Read more "Friday Five: Miranda Harcourt"
Bang for your buck It’s been found that videos are 600% more effective as a marketing tool than email and print advertising—combined. It’s the way of the future Some people are predicting by 2019, video content will make up 80% of all Internet activity. Get people hooked Research shows videos up to 2…Read more "Why video? 6 Reasons 2113 Creatives Loves Video Content"
Boy meets girl. Girl meets woman. A debut short film from 2113 Creatives. Shot in Auckland, New Zealand. SYPNOSIS A girl is waiting for her bus in suburbia, when a boy comes along. An unconventional romance unfolds as the girl tries to get his attention. WORLD PREMIERE Do You Like Me Like This? had it’s World…Read more "Do You Like Me Like This?"
Script to Screen are an organisation dedicated to developing the craft and culture of storytelling for the screen in Aotearoa. They run some incredible community outreach programmes, including the Hokianga Film Project. We’ve been lucky enough to be a part of this for the past 2 years. In 2016, we came on board as acting coaches for…Read more "NATALIE & Hokianga Film Project"
48 Hours is the epitome of competitive, furious, film-making. In 48 Hours, you must write, shoot and edit a film, which is 5 minutes or less. Sound easy? 2017’s elements to incorporate were: Fairytale/Fantasy Genre Female Character in a lead/supporting role (YUSSSS!) Smash Cut Wilhelm Scream – (you’ll know what it is!) We had already…Read more "48 Hours – The Tale of The Revolting Princesses"