Rob is going to be attending the 2011 Asia-Pacific Producers Network Symposium on 13 November for a panel on Production in New Zealand.
Sunday 13 November - Panel 1: Production in New Zealand
Robin Scholes (Eyeworks), John Barnett (South Pacific Pictures), Leanne Saunders (Headstrong / Severe Films), Rob Tapert (Renaissance Pictures)
China Film Bureau Deputy Director General, Mao Yu, has confirmed his attendance at the 2011 Asia-Pacific Producers Network Symposium adding to an already impressive line up of more than 20 international delegates from Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand alongside the cream of the New Zealand production sector.
The symposium is now just three weeks away and there are limited places still available for New Zealand industry to attend.
This is a not-to-be missed event with a world-class programme of speakers, both international and domestic, discussing production, co-production and post-production in the Asia-Pacific region.
Rub shoulders with top screen producers including Rob Tapert (Xena:Warrior Princess, Spartacus), Robin Scholes (Mr Pip, Once Were Warriors,), Trevor Haysom (In My Father's Den), John Barnett (Whale Rider), Shogo Tomiyama (Ring, Seven Samurai), Jin Choi (Shiri, Taeguki) and Satoru Iseki (The World's Fastest Indian).
There will also be industry representatives from the NZ Film Commission, Film NZ, Park Road Post Production, Images and Sound and Digipost. Don?t miss out on this exceptional opportunity to explore key issues alongside the leaders of Asia's booming film industry.
For more info on how to register visit: www.filmauckland.com/apn
The symposium is made possible with the generous support of core funder Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, gold sponsor UNITEC, funding partners Film New Zealand, the Ministry of Economic Development, the New Zealand Film Commission and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise and bronze sponsors ANZ, Digipost, Images and Sound and Pieter Holl & Associates.
news submitted by Barbara Davies