5 year lease agreed for Auckland Film Studios (AFS)
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) has agreed on a five-year lease for Auckland Film Studios (AFS) with Panuku Development Auckland (which now has responsibility for the site a
Moana crew show ‘how far they’ll go’ for an authentic waka experience
The te reo Māori language version of Disney's hit movie Moana has hit the big screens in Aotearoa this week, with some of the cast and crew marking the occasion by embarking on their own waka experience in Tāmaki Makaurau.
It’s all about location
Auckland's booming screen sector has received some great coverage in the hugely influential UK-based industry publication The Location Guide, with the latest online issue featuring an interview with Michael Brook, Manager Screen Auckland.
Kauri diebackYou and the rest of our screen industry can help prevent the spread of the disease killing our treasured kauri.
We've got the powerAuckland is proud to be home to one of the longest-running and most-watched live action children's TV series in history, with Saban's Power Rangers now into its 24th season.
The franchise has been filmed in various locations around our region since 2003.
Lights, camera, action
Auckland’s screen production industry is booming, with renewed confidence as a result of this month’s announcement by the Government of a $305 million, four-year commitment to the national ind
Government’s re-affirmed screen industry support great news for Auckland’s thriving sectorAuckland’s screen production industry is booming, and today’s announcement by the Government of a $305 million, four-year commitment to the national industry will help to ensure that Auckland remains a sought-after destination for international and domestic producers.
Ministers Simon B
Auckland screen sector drives high-value creative economyAuckland’s screen sector now earns nearly $1 billion in production and post-production revenue annually, with today’s release of Statistics New Zealand’s annual industry economic data for the 2016 year more good news for the region.
Auckland’s international reputation as a feature film
Partnership with Warner Bros. Pictures and Gravity Pictures film MEG secures new Auckland film studio
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND (Friday 3 March, 2017) – New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC), Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED), Warner Bros.