Big Screen Symposium Scholarships 2022

With the support of Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga (NZFC), PASC is delighted to announce we have received 5 scholarships to give away to PASC members who wish to attend Big Screen Symposium 2022

Each scholarship will include a ticket to the two-day event held in Auckland, 9-10 July.

If you live outside the Auckland region, a travel grant of $250 is available if travelling from the North Island, and $350 if travelling from the South Island. Additional accessibility funding support is also available for those who require it. 
 
Applications for the Big Screen Symposium 2022 scholarships for PASC open on the 6th May and closes 12pm, Friday 27th May.

 

 

To apply for a scholarship to Big Screen Symposium 2022 through PASC, we invite members to submit a document with the following details below:

  • A one-page filmography and biography including your current activity in the industry and information about projects you are currently involved with.
  • A statement outlining your reason for wanting to attend the Big Screen Symposium, and how it will contribute to your career development.
  • Details whether you have received any other Big Screen Symposium scholarship in the last 5 years and other PASC initiatives you have received support in during the past two years. 
Please send your application through to pasc.collective@gmail.com by 12pm, 27th May.

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PLAYS FOR THE YOUNG

PLAYS FOR THE YOUNG

Posted Friday 20 May 2022

Do you have an original and inventive play written to inspire and excite young audiences? Whether you are a young person or a senior writer, the age of the audience is what counts.

Your play might be written for adults to perform to children, or for young actors to perform themselves. It might be created specifically for the classroom by a teacher, or by students themselves.

There are three categories, and a winner will be awarded in each category.

These are: 3–8 years, 8–12 years, or written for teenagers.

We strongly recommend that when playwrights are including stories or characters in their plays that are not of the playwright's own culture (e.g. te ao Māori or Pasifika), that they consult with the relevant community at the earliest possible stage of writing.

Submissions can only be entered into this competition once and you may enter a maximum of three scripts. Plays entered under this competition may have been previously produced.

Click here to submit

Submissions close 1 August 2022.