RAFFA Nomination Final Cutdown

Nomination deadline for the 2017 Raglan Arts Film Festival Awards (RAFFA) has been extended to Friday, August 25.

The judges are looking for over 18-year-old filmmakers to get their cameras rolling for the opportunity to win a share in over $1400 of cash prizes.

Adult filmmakers can enter their work in the Emerging Artist category for a first-time entrant or in the Drama, Documentary and Experimental categories.

The film must be associated with Raglan Whaingaroa – either the filmmakers, production crew or actors, or part of the film must have been shot or edited in Raglan.

Awards designed by Chris Meek and prizes – including Soundsplash tickets, vouchers and cash – will be presented at a Red Carpet Awards night on Saturday, September 23 at the Old School Arts Centre.

Download an application form at www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/rff or contact us at the Old School Arts Centre in Stewart Street, 07 825 0023 or rff@raglanartscentre.co.nz for more details.

 

Media enquiries: Jacqueline Anderson, 07 825 0023, rff@raglanartscentre.co.nz

Ready, set, action for the RAFFAs 2017

Get your entries in for the Raglan Arts Film Festival Awards 2017 and be in to win a share of over $1200 in cash prizes.

Closing Monday, July 31, the red carpet beckons local filmmakers and actors to nominate a movie of any length and genre, provided they have a link with the Raglan Whaingaroa region.

As well as cash prizes, Soundsplash tickets and a variety of vouchers up for grabs, awards crafted by local sculptor Chris Meek will be presented to the winners at the Red Carpet event on Saturday, September 23.

The RAFFAs run alongside the popular Raglan Film Festival from September 15-23, featuring films from New Zealand and overseas.

This year nominations have opened for young and emerging talent with categories for Tamariki – under 12, Rangatahi – 13 to 18 and Emerging Artist as well as Drama, Documentary and Experimental.

The film must be associated with Raglan Whaingaroa – either the filmmakers, production crew or actors, or part of the film must have been shot or edited in Raglan.

Download an application form at www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/rff or contact us at the Old School Arts Centre in Stewart Street, 07 825 0023 or rff@raglanartscentre.co.nz for more details. Deadline for nominations is Monday, July 31.

 

Don’t forget to keep an eye out for full details of the 2017 Raglan Film Festival in the coming weeks.

Jul 12: Free film making workshop in school holidays

Free film workshop with Ray Diprose and Maryann Tuao aimed at rangatahi and welcome to all ages. The workshop includes story-writing, hands-on learning about shooting and acting in scenes.

Join Ray and Maryann during the July school holidays for a free one-day workshop that will give you the tools you need to take your stories and tell them on screen.

The aim of the workshop is to foster local talent and encourage aspiring filmmakers.
No experience or prior knowledge of filmmaking is necessary – but those with experience are more than welcome and will also benefit from the workshop.

Come along and learn how to make your story come to life through film. And next move on to entering your film in Raglan Arts Film Festival Awards in the #raglanfilmfestival

When: 12 July 2017, 10am – 3pm
Where: Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart St, Theatre Room
Bring lunch
Registration: contact me via FB or maryann.tuao@gmail.com or mb 021 251 4676 or Ray info@livingproductions or the Old School Art Centre 825 0023