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New Zealand Film Commission

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Level 3 119 Ghuznee Street Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Tel +64 4 382 7680
Website www.filmnz.com and www.nzfilm.co.nz
E-Mail international@nzfilm.co.nz
About Us
New Zealand’s diverse landscapes and outstanding innovation and creativity are noted by producers and directors as a key factor in the success of their international screen productions. Founded in 1978, the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) is the government agency helping to grow and support this vibrant film industry and ensure New Zealand screen sector businesses are sustainable and internationally competitive. It invests in original and culturally significant New Zealand films as well as helping talented filmmakers develop their careers and grow audiences for New Zealand films. The agency markets New Zealand's location, facilities, crew and incentives to attract international projects and offers a special enquiry service. In addition, NZFC helps negotiate co-production treaties, administers the New Zealand Screen Production Grant (NZSPG), the Post, Digital and Visual Effects (PDV) Grant, the 5% Uplift, and certifies official co-productions and New Zealand films for tax purposes.
Incentives
Location Scouting Support
  • Eligibility: Offshore film and television production companies with significant projects.
  • Support: Research, facilitation and some aspects of a location recce may be approved.
Shooting Support
  • Eligibility: International features and television drama series.
  • Support: The New Zealand Screen Production Grant (NZSPG) offers a baseline cash grant equivalent to 20% of Qualifying New Zealand Production Expenditure (QNZPE) with thresholds of NZ$15 million for feature films and NZ$4 million for television productions. There is a standalone PDV Grant for post-production and digital FX with a threshold qualifying spend of NZ$500,000, applying 20% for the first $25 million of QNZPE, and thereafter at 18% of QNZPE. Eligible co-productions may be able to access a 40% Screen production Grant.