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We receive outstanding support from the screen and music sectors, screen and music industry professionals, culture and heritage organisations, education sector and media. NZ On Screen would like to especially thank:

  • Every programme-maker and filmmaker, the talent, creatives and music artists who have understood and supported the vision by making their content available on NZ On Screen for audiences to discover and enjoy all over again.
  • Archives New Zealand for facilitating access to the National Film Unit collection as well as other historical material.
  • Ngā Tāonga Sound & Vision for facilitating access to its audiovisual archive.
  • Local broadcasters: Television New Zealand, MediaWorks, Sky Network Television and Māori Television for providing access to licensed programmes and archive works.
  • New Zealand Film Commission for providing access to NZ short films, feature films and some television dramas.
  • Film and television distributors, companies and independents.
  • Screen associations and guilds: the Screen Producers New Zealand, the Directors and Editors Guild of New Zealand, Ngā Aho Whakari, WIFT NZ and the NZ Film and Video Technicians Guild for supporting the project among their members.
  • APRA|AMCOS and Recorded Music NZ for assistance with music rights clearances.
  • Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage, in particular the Te Ara project.
  • National Library of New Zealand, in particular the initiative DigitalNZ for sharing the content and making it more useful.
  • Pond - The Network for Learning Portal, for facilitating the sharing of content with teachers and students.
  • The Dominion Post and media publications for providing access to their extensive archive of photographs for inclusion on the site.

We are always looking for opportunities to partner with other agencies and organisations on projects. Get in touch if you have a great idea that could involve NZ On Screen.