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#NZWF16

#NZWF16 ran Saturday 15 November at Media Design School, Auckland.
The event was presented by SCREENZ, with the generous support of NZ On Air, Media Design School and Johnson&Laird.

Finalists

The finalists for #NZWF16 follow. Winners are marked ***:

Best Web Series
*** AFK
Auckward Love
End Of Term
Jack of All Trades
K Rd Stories
Lovely Little Losers

Best International Web Series/Show
*** The Agent
The Dump
Hitstroke FM
The Pantsless Detective
(Season 3)
Real Tinder Convos

Outstanding Vlogger
Caito Potatoe
*** Fasitua Amosa, TheCoconetTV
Jimi Jackson
Kate Manihera
Kris Fox
Ollie Langdon

Best Web Show
Blade NZ
Engage.tv

*** Mahinga Kai

Special Interest Award
*** The F Word
Pot Luck
RESET
Two Naked Gay Guys

Innovation Award
The Candle Wasters

Best Pilot or Trailer (Unproduced show)
The Bowlo
Dropped Pie
Life in the Shed

*** Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu
The Popcorn Machine

The judges for #NZWF16 were:
Alex Galvin, Alice Shearman, Bevan Chuang, Brenda Leeuwenberg, Darren Bevan, Janette Howe, Jennifer Ward-Lealand, Julie Cooper, Justin Harwood, Ollie Langdon, Pete Rive, Peter Roberts, Ryan Lamont

 

 

Programme


Conference Programme
8.45am: Registration

9.15am: Welcome
Festival Director’s opening remarks: Keith Barclay
Host for the morning programme: Asad Naseem
Host for the afternoon programme: Ollie Langdon

9.30am: Skip Ahead
Two of the recipients of the Google-NZ On Air Skip Ahead initiative discuss audience-building strategies and crafting the content audiences love
Hweiling Ow, H2Ow
Rowan Bettjeman, Viva La Dirt League
Moderator: Brenda Leeuwenberg, NZ On Air

10.15am: Getting Social
YouTubers discuss about the what, why, when, where and how of a successful channel
Caito Potatoe
Kasper Tait
Kate Manihera
Moderator: Asad Naseem

11.00am: Break

11.30am: Digital Native
Maori creators of online content discuss the opportunities and challenges facing indigenous digital natives.
Lanita Ririnui-Ryan
Vicki Makutu
Facilitated by: Megan Douglas

12.15pm: The Candle Wasters
Candle Wasters Claris Jacobs and Robbie Nicol talk about their experience of storytelling in the digital era, their focus on a female audience, and the projects that they currently have in development.

1.00pm: Lunch

2.00pm: Don’t Try This At Home
The web isn’t great at censorship. Or ratings. Or directions. Let’s visit some of the places not everyone should go but NZ creators do.
Jaya Beach-Robertson, Psusy
Liam Coleman, These Two
Moderated by: Greg Smith

2.45pm: What’s the Future?
The future is here. Experience it in the company of some people who work there.
Lanita Ririnui-Ryan, Through the Fire
Melanie Langlotz, Geo AR Games

3.30pm: Break

4.00pm: Take the High Road
The winner of last year’s Web Series World Cup (and the NZ Web Fest Best Web Series gong) shares some never-seen material from the just-released third season and talks globe-trotting, rock’n’roll and how to attract Oscar winners on a web series budget
Justin Harwood
Greg Smith

4.45pm: Wrap

Screening Programme
9.30am: Finalists, Best Pilot or Trailer

The Bowlo
Dropped Pie
Life in the Shed
Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu
The Popcorn Machine

10.15am: Finalists, Best Web Series
AFK
Auckward Love
End Of Term
Jack of All Trades
K Rd Stories
Lovely Little Losers

11.30am: Finalists, Best Web Show
Blade NZ
Engage.tv
Mahinga Kai

12.15pm: Finalists, Best International Web Series/Show
The Agent
The Dump
Hitstroke FM
The Pantsless Detective
Real Tinder Convos

2.00pm: Finalists, Outstanding Vlogger
Caito Potatoe
Fasitua Amosa, TheCoconetTV
Jimi Jackson
Kate Manihera
Kris Fox
Ollie Langdon

2.45pm: Finalists, Special Interest Award
The F Word
Pot Luck
RESET
Two Naked Gay Guys

3.30pm: End Screening Programme

AWARDS
6.30pm: Doors Open

7.00pm: Awards
The awards were hosted by Brittany Clark

8.15pm: Party

 

 

Team #NZWF16

#NZWF16 was created and delivered by
Amar Singh, Andrew Strugnell, Bea Lo, Charlie Chen, Jocelyn Bunch, Keith Barclay, KlicKSS Photography (Soni), Michelle Chua, Rena Zhu and Tony Forster.

Thanks to:
Analiese Jackson, Brenda Leeuwenberg, Julie Cooper, Kelly Lucas, Laura Toulmin, Matt Smith and