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Wednesday, 11 May 2022

A list of organisations and tools that inspire diversity, inclusion and equity in the Aotearoa screen sector. The organisations included in this list are a helpful resource and their inclusion should not be viewed as an official NZFC endorsement or affiliation.


A not-for-profit organisation and New Zealand’s leading provider of media access services including captions, subtitles and audio description. Able provides services for television, film, film festivals and government.

Arts Access Aotearoa

Arts Access Aotearoa works in partnership to increase access to the arts for people who experience barriers to participation as artists, performers, audience members, and gallery and museum visitors.


The largest producer of disability focused content in the world. Attitude provides cost-effective and agile solutions, managed in-house, from concept development to production through to digital distribution.

Black Creatives Aotearoa

A community arts organisation dedicated to supporting creatives of African and Afro-Caribbean heritage in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Narrative Muse

An Aotearoa-based platform working to build and strengthen connections between historically excluded local audiences and content producers. Narrative Muse matches you with you book, movie and TV recommendations by and about women and gender diverse folk.

Pacific Islands Screen Artists

A not-for-profit society that supports, encourages and promotes individuals of Pacific Islands heritage working in the New Zealand screen sectors at all stages of their journey.

Pan-Asian Screen Collective

Supporting emerging and experienced screen practitioners of Pan-Asian heritage in Aotearoa.

Proud Voices On Screen

A non-for-profit organisation with the purpose of supporting and celebrating queer, lgbtqia+, takatāpui and rainbow creators of film, series and documentary.


Supports and promotes Health and Safety in the New Zealand Screen Sector.

Women in Film and Television NZ

A not-for-profit organisation dedicated to delivering education, professional development, networking and support services to women and others working in film, television and associated industries.

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Last updated: 
Wednesday, 1 June 2022