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Transformations: A panel discussion on the future of screen storytelling

Date: Tuesday 1 Nov, 3pm - 5pm
Location: AUT City Campus
WG Building, Media Centre
Auckland
New Zealand
Contact: christina.milligan@aut.ac.nz
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Transformations: A panel discussion on the future of screen storytelling 11/01/2022 15:00 11/01/2022 17:00 The rise of the internet and the emergence of streaming services has upended the screen industry in Aotearoa New Zealand as everywhere else in the world.The AUT AUT City Campus, WG Building, Media Centre, Auckland , New Zealand
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The rise of the internet and the emergence of streaming services has upended the screen industry in Aotearoa New Zealand as everywhere else in the world.

The AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research is presenting a short seminar with industry guests discussing the future of storytelling in this new and rapidly-changing environment. We welcome all who are interested in how what we are watching on screen is evolving.

About the panellists

  • Aliesha Staples  
    VR/AR/tech creation specialist. Founder of tech consultancy Staples VR.
  • Polly Fryer  
    Film producer. Formerly nonfiction executive for Netflix in Los Angeles.
  • Sharon Menzies (Aitanga-a-Māhaki).  
    MD of Fulcrum Media Finance, cashflow financier for film and television in Australasia.
  • Crystal Vaega
    Pacific storyteller.  Currently producer of drama series The Panthers. AUT screen graduate.
  • Matt Horrocks  
    Manager Screen Auckland. Formerly Head of Production at Screenwest in Perth.

About the AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research

The AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research (SPR@AUT) seeks to advance research anchored in screen practice. In this centre we integrate screen production, practice and theory through cross-disciplinary investigations to develop knowledge, initiatives and resources for screen academics, practitioners, and undergraduate and postgraduate students.

AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research

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