The New Zealand Film Commission, represented by its CEO, Ruth Harley; New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, represented by the former CEO of Te Papa (the controversial national museum located in Wellington) and current Sector Director of Creative Industries within NZTE, Dame Cheryll Sotheran; Film New Zealand, represented by its chair, Sue Thompson; NZ on Air, represented by its Television Manager, Neil Cairns; and Investment New Zealand
, represented by the Investment Manager responsible for screen industries activities, Paul Voigt, had a rockier time than did Caro.
The government, through Investment New Zealand
, Film New Zealand and regional film offices also offer logistical help such as helping producers scout for locations, and linking them with New Zealand crews, effects and postproduction houses.
In October 2006, for the third time Film New Zealand, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, Investment New Zealand
and industry companies participated in the Pusan International Film Commission and film industry showcase.