The New Zealand screen industry - film, TV and now gaming - has exploded over the past 20 or so years. Where you could once probably fit our film-makers into a decent-sized bus, these days they'd fill a stadium.
But it's still grossly unfairly rewarded. Women are still paid far less than men, often for seemingly very similar work. Hence the importance of organisations like WIFT - Women in Film And Television - who are about to host their biennial New Zealand Awards next week. Executive Director of WIFT, Patricia Watson lays out to Simon Morris where her battle lines are now drawn.