NZ Film Commission / Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga
- The NZ Film Commission aims to identify and develop local screen talent, ensures that on-screen material with high production values is funded, and that New Zealand stories are seen and valued here and overseas.
- Administers the government’s incentive schemes and co-productions, and certifies New Zealand films for tax purposes.
- Invests in feature films, short films, project and career development and markets and promotes New Zealand films and filmmakers both here and overseas.
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