Sat, 25 Jun

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Auckland

PISA Writers' Room

This event is for any Pacific Islands Writers at any stage of their career (from emerging to experienced) aimed to provide an opportunity to network, to work on your own projects and to find out more about the upcoming opportunities for Writers in Aotearoa.

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PISA Writers' Room

Time & Location

25 Jun, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm NZST

Auckland, 145 Carrington Road, Mount Albert, Auckland 1025, New Zealand

About the Event

VENUE: Click Studios (Building 1)

145 Carrington Road, Mount Albert, Auckland 1025, New Zealand

Limited tickets available for this event! But don't worry it will also be available online. Just select if you are attending this event in person or online when confirming tickets. If you cannot make the event in person, please let us know!

Childcare is available!  so if you need to bring along your kids we will take care of them while you work. 

We have a special guest coming in to have a talanoa about his journey to becoming a successful screenwriter:

Suli Moa is a New Zealand playwright, actor, screenwriter of Tongan descent. He wrote and performed the first Tongan Play in New Zealand, Kingdom of Lote. As a playwright Moa has been awarded the Adam New Zealand Play Award for Best Pacific Play, 12th Round (2016), and Tales of a Princess (2018). Moa's acting credits include A love yarn (2021) and Sweet Tooth (2021). His writing credits include The Panthers (2021) and Shortland Street (2021-2022). Moa has also appeared in multiple short films as an actor and served as a cultural advisor.

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0930 - Doors Open (Light Refreshments provided)

0940 - Prayer & Introduction by PISA Komiti

0945 - Guest Speaker - Suli Moa

1045 - Writing Exercise facilitated by PISA Komiti

1100 - Personal Writing session and One on Ones with PISA Komiti (Everyone works on their own writing in blocks)

1220 - Closing & Opportunity for further networking.

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What to bring:

Please bring along your own personal devices to write on or your own notebook and pen- whatever your preference is for the Personal Writing session.

PISA Writers Room received funding from Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga New Zealand Film Commission’s Screen Sector Capability Fund.

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