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Making communities visible

Date: 29th May 2019
Article Author: Arezou Zalipour
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Mind the gap: Society compared to that reflected on screen

Date: 24th May 2019
Article Author: Arezou Zalipour
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What if NZ movies and TV actually included all New Zealanders

Date: 22nd May 2019
Article Author: Arezou Zalipour
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To build social cohesion, our screens need to show the same diversity of faces we see on the street

Date: 17th May 2019
Article Author: Arezou Zalipour
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New book boosts diversity, cultural consciousness in NZ film making

Date: 10th April 2019
Article Author: Nicola Igusa
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Seeing me, Seeing you, diversity on NZ screens

Date: 3rd April 2019

Dr. Arezou Zalipour was interviewed by RNZ on her research. The following article outlines key information from the interview, as well as the unbroken recording.

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Women, Film and Diversity

Date: 7th March 2018
Location: University of Waikato, Knighton Road, Hamilton

Dr. Arezou Zalipour spoke 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.

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Social-cultural cinema gets a showcasing at Hamilton’s Meteor Theatre

Date: 22nd May 2019
Article Author: Mike Mather
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(In)Visible New Zealand Film Festival

Date: 4th October 2017-14th October 2017
Location: The Meteor Theatre, Victoria Street, Hamilton

This festival is to showcase New Zealand films you may not have heard of. We work to connect New Zealanders with the films that demonstrate our socio-cultural diversity, and celebrate New Zealand’s rich cinema in reaching Aotearoa.

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