Mon, 08 Oct 2012 7:00p.m.
What will keep the New Zealand film industry, estimated to be worth hundreds of millions to our economy each year, going?
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17/10/2012 4:50:19 p.m.
Hate to say it but it's awfully hard to complain about there being no jobs when you're sitting on 3news.co.nz rather than you know... job hunting?
13/10/2012 10:32:12 p.m.
what NZ film industry? .
9/10/2012 12:45:33 p.m.
i was lucky enough to secure a wellington driving job with the hobbit transporting equipment all over nz. Our first job to matamata required a fleet of over 30 trucks and vans to travel from wellington to matamata. The flow on was something like this...over 30 drivers on the day; all transport were hired for months; film crews comprising of specialist riggers, gaffers, and the like; petrol stations to refuel, vans and buses to transport drivers and crew on/off and around various film sites, hotels and motels for everyone, hired caravans, marquees, food bought in to sets, food cooked on site; hire mobile cranes and drivers; hired portaloos and staff to clean them; rental for film sites and the flow-on flows on. I was paid good money and was well looked after. Thankyou Peter Jackson for the opportunity to earn some decent money.
9/10/2012 12:17:30 p.m.
Real Earth calling John.......there are no jobs down here and the little children are all hungry
9/10/2012 9:54:53 a.m.
How many of the low income earners will this feed?
8/10/2012 9:26:26 p.m.
Looking forward to your upcoming feature.
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