Are films about the migrant experience made by migrants themselves? That’s the question and Arezou's findings came as quite a surprise.
Documentary research project showcases ethnic trusts work with migrant women in the Waikato region.
The NZ Film Commission's Diversity and Inclusion Strategy policy will significantly impact the stories filmmakers tell, says Assoc Prof. Arezo Zalipour.
This year’s New Zealand International Film Festival sees two feature films with AUT connections premiering.
The New Zealand Film Commission recently approved production finance for AUT Professor Welby Ings’ feature film PUNCH.
Screen Production Associate Professor Arezou Zalipour says now more than ever the value of different perspectives in film making is valued.
Migration plays an important role in shaping Aotearoa New Zealand society. New Zealand’s biggest city, Auckland, is now “more diverse than London”.
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