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PRINTED WORKS


Publishers Association of New Zealand (PANZ)
New Zealand Society of Authors (NZSA)
New Zealand Writers Guild
Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ)
New Zealand Engineering, Printing & Manufacturing Union (EPMU)

MUSICAL WORKS


Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA)
Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI)
Independent Music New Zealand (IMNZ)
Recorded Music New Zealand Limited

PHOTOGRAPHIC WORKS


Advertising & Illustrative Photographers Association (AIPA)
NZ Institute of Professional Photography

VISUAL ARTS


Artists Alliance
VISCOPY

FILM & VIDEO WORKS


Motion Picture Distributors Association of New Zealand (MPDA)
Screen Production & Development Association of New Zealand (SPADA)
Screenrights
Screen Directors Guild of New Zealand
New Zealand Film Commission
New Zealand Screen Association
Video Association of New Zealand (VANZ)

DESIGNERS


Designers Institute of New Zealand (DINZ)

PRINTED WORKS



Publishers Association of New Zealand (PANZ)


Private Bag 102 006
North Shore 0745
Tel: (09) 480 2711 Fax: (09) 480 1130
Website: www.publishers.org.nz
Email: admin@publishers.org.nz
Contact: Anne de Lautour, Association Director

Represents book publishers and distributors in New Zealand.



New Zealand Society of Authors (NZSA)


PO Box 7701
Wellesley Street
AUCKLAND 1141
Tel: (09) 630 8077
Website: www.authors.org.nz
Email: director@nzauthors.org.nz

Represents the professional interests of New Zealand writers and illustrators in New Zealand and internationally.



The New Zealand Writers Guild


PO Box 47886
Ponsonby
AUCKLAND 1144
Tel: (09) 360 1408
Website: www.nzwritersguild.org.nz
Email: steven@NZwritersguild.org.nz
Contact: Steven Gannaway

The New Zealand Writers Guild is a professional association of script writers and is a registered trade union.

Represents the interests of writers in the fields of film, television, theatre, radio, comics and new media. The Guild's members include most of the professional script writers working in New Zealand.



Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ)


PO Box 33 1488
Takapuna 0740
NORTH SHORE CITY
Tel: (09) 486 6250 Fax: (09) 486 6260
Toll Free: 0800 480 271
Website: www.copyright.co.nz
Email: info@copyright.co.nz
Contact: Paula Browning

CLNZ represents book publishers and authors from New Zealand and overseas in providing licences for copying from printed copyright works.

A CLNZ licence enables education facilities and businesses to gain advanced permission to copy and scan from print material to share with staff or students. Jointly owned by the Publishers Association of New Zealand (PANZ) and the New Zealand Society of Authors (NZSA), CLNZ is a not for profit organisation. Revenue generated from licensing is redistributed back to the owners of the work being copied.



New Zealand Engineering, Printing & Manufacturing Union (EPMU)


PO Box 14 277
Kilbirnie
WELLINGTON
Tel: (04) 387 4677 Fax: (04) 387 4673
Email: tony.wilton@epmu.org.nz
Contact: Tony Wilton
Website: www.empu.org.nz

Represents employed and freelance journalists, photographers, artists and designers in relation to their employment and earning their livelihood.



MUSICAL WORKS



Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA)


PO Box 6315
Wellesley Street
AUCKLAND 1141
Tel: (09) 623 2173 Fax: (09) 623 2174 Freephone: 0800 692 772
Website: www.apra.co.nz
Email: ahealy@apra.com.au
Contact: Anthony Healy

APRA is an association of composers, lyricists and their publishers that administers the public performance and broadcast rights of copyright music.



Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI)


PO Box 6644
Baulkham Hills Business Centre
NSW 2153
AUSTRALIA
Tel: (00 61 2)9894 5386 Fax: (00 61 2)9894 5701
Website:www.ccli.co.nz
E-mail: executive@ccli.com.au

CCLI represents international christian songwriters.



Independent Music New Zealand (IMNZ)


PO Box 68-890
Newton 1145
AUCKLAND
Tel: 09 376 0115
Website: www.indies.co.nz
E-mail:renee@nzmusic.org.nz
Contact: Renee Jones

IMNZ is a trade organisation set up to provide a voice for the interests of New Zealand-owned independent recording labels and distributors.



Recorded Music New Zealand Limited


Level 1, 2a Hakanoa Street

Grey Lynn
Auckland 2021
Private Bag 78850

Grey Lynn
Auckland 1245
Ph: (09) 360 5085

Freephone: 0800 88 77 69

Fax: (09) 360 5086

email: info@recordedmusic.co.nz
Website: www.recordedmusic.co.nz

Recorded Music NZ is the representation, advocacy and licensing organisation working on behalf of recording artists, record labels and distributors in New Zealand. It collectively licenses their recordings when they are played or broadcast in public and champions their music rights to support a vibrant and sustainable recorded music industry.



PHOTOGRAPHIC WORKS



Advertising & Illustrative Photographers Association (AIPA)


PO Box 9218
Newmarket
AUCKLAND
Tel: (09) 309 1825 Fax: (09) 309 6107
Website: www.aipa.org.nz
Email: info@aipa.org.nz
Contact: Aaron Kay

Represents professional photographers working in advertising, editorial and illustrative areas.



NZ Institute of Professional Photography


PO Box 27277
Christchurch
Website: www.nzipp.org.nz
Email: info@nzipp.org.nz

The New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography (NZIPP) is the only qualifying body for professional photographers in New Zealand, and currently has over 360 members across New Zealand covering the disciplines of Wedding, Portrait and Commercial Photography. The NZIPP represents the interests of professional photographers on issues relevant to the industry.



VISUAL ARTS



Artists Alliance


1 Ponsonby Road
Newton
AUCKLAND
Tel: (09) 376 7285
Website: www.artistsalliance.org.nz
Email: maggie@artistsalliance.org.nz
Contact: Maggie Gresson

Artists Alliance was established in 1991 to represent and advance the professional interests of the visual artists of Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Artists Alliance's unique role is

- to be the membership organisation of choice for visual artists

- to be the advocate for the visual arts sector in the wider arts community

- to form strategic partnerships with other key organisations, both nationally and internationally, for the benefit of members, constituents and the wider arts community

- to provide a comprehensive set of services which are specific to the visual arts sector



VISCOPY


Level 15, 233 Castlereagh St
Sydney NSW 2008
Australia
Tel: +61 (0)2 9310 2018 Fax: +61 (0)2 9310 3864
Website: www.viscopy.org.au
Email: viscopy@viscopy.org.au
Contact: Alida Stanley, Chief Executive

Viscopy is Australasia’s rights management organisation for the visual arts. Viscopy provides copyright licensing services in Australia and New Zealand for a wide and varied customer base on behalf of our members. Viscopy represents over 7000 Australian and New Zealand artists and their beneficiaries, and around 40,000 international artists in the Australasian territory through reciprocal agreements with 45 visual arts rights management agencies around the world.



FILM AND VIDEO WORKS



Motion Picture Distributors Association of New Zealand (MPDA)


PO Box 2627
AUCKLAND 1140
Tel: (09) 360 8036
Website: www.mpda.org.nz
Contact: Tony Eaton

Represents major international film studios and the distribution of their motion pictures.



Home Entertainment Association of New Zealand (HEANZ)


PO Box 2627
AUCKLAND
Tel: (09) 360 8036
Email: info@heanz.org.nz
Contact: Tony Eaton

Represents major international producers and distributors of motion pictures in home entertainment formats.



Screen Production & Development Association (SPADA)


PO Box 9567
WELLINGTON
Tel: (04) 939 6934 Fax: (04) 939 6935
Website: www.spada.co.nz
Email: info@spada.co.nz

SPADA is a membership based non-profit organisation that represents the collective interests of independent producers and production companies on all issues that affect the business and creative aspects of independent screen production in New Zealand.



Screenrights


PO Box 853
Broadway
NSW 2007
AUSTRALIA
Tel: 0061 2 9904 0133
Website: www.screenrights.org
Email: james.dickinson@screenrights.org
Contact: James Dickinson

Screenrights represents rightsholders in film, television and radio, with over 2,500 members in 52 countries worldwide. In New Zealand, Screenrights licenses its members works for use by educational institutions. In addition, Screenrights collects on behalf of its members, for educational uses, government copying and retransmission in Australia, and for retransmission and blank tape services in Europe and North America.




Screen Directors Guild of New Zealand


PO Box 47 294
Ponsonby
Auckland
Tel: (09) 360 2102
Website: www.sdgnz.co.nz
Email: office@sdgnz.co.nz
Contact: Shonagh Rhodes

Represents the interests of film and television directors.



New Zealand Film Commission


PO Box 11 546
WELLINGTON 6011
Tel: (04) 382 7680 Fax: (04) 384 9719
Website: www.nzfilm.co.nz
Email: graeme@nzfilm.co.nz
Contact: Graeme Mason

Represents film investors through sale and marketing of New Zealand Films.



New Zealand Screen Association


PO Box 2627
Auckland 1140
Tel: (09) 360 8036
Website: www.screenassociation.co.nz
Email: tony.eaton@screenassociation.co.nz
Contact: Tony Eaton

The core mission of the New Zealand Screen Association is to advance the business and art of filmmaking and increase its enjoyment around the world by supporting, protecting and promoting the safe and legal consumption of movie and TV content across all platforms. This is achieved through education, public awareness and research programs, to highlight to movie fans the importance and benefits of content protection.

DESIGNERS



Designers Institute of New Zealand (DINZ)


PO Box 109423
Newmarket
Auckland 1149
Tel: (09) 529 1713 Fax: (09) 529 1714
Website: www.dinz.org.nz
Email: designer@dinz.org.nz
Contact: Cathy Veninga

Represents the membership of professional designers from spatial, graphics, product, craft/object, design management, design education, fashion, lighting and interactive media. The Institute also represents educators of design and their students.





 
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