Women, Film and Diversity

Date Wednesday 7 March 2018
Time 6pm - 9pm
Where University of Waikato (S.1.05). Block S, Level 1, Room number 5
Presenter Dr. Arezou Zalipour
Contact Arezou Zalipour & Andrea Haines
Contact email
Admission Cost Free

Dr. Arezou Zalipour will speak about the ways New Zealand women filmmakers from various ethnic backgrounds have brought a new texture to New Zealand screen, and how we can support diverse voices to reflect our world. There will also be a Q/A session after all the screenings.

Coffee and Allah (2007, 14 mins). Dir. Sima Urale

Amadi (2010, 15 mins). Dir. Zia Mandviwalla

Night Shift (2012, 15 mins). Dir. Zia Mandwivalla

Take 3 (2008, 13 mins) Dir: Roseanne Liang

Fleeting Beauty (2004, 11 mins). Dir. Virginia Pitts

Eating Sausage (2004, 14 mins) Dir. Zia Mandviwalla

Some episodes of two successful web-series, Friday Night Bites and Flat 3 (Dir. Roseanne Laing), will be screened.

This event is organised by the University of Waikato and Hamilton Film Society. More info about films can be found here:

Curator and concept developer: Arezou Zalipour

No need for RSVP.