Wellington remains the country's film hub, contributing $644 million (79 per cent) to the screen industry's feature film revenue, according to Statistics New Zealand figures out today.
The figures revealed that total revenue for the screen industry was $3.2 billion last year - largely unchanged from 2013.
However, the revenue generated from the different sectors within the screen industry had undergone some slight changes, Stats NZ spokesman Jason Attewell said.
The television sector is now largely based in Auckland, which generating $292 million, comprised three-quarters of revenue from the sector last year.
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Auckland also accounted for almost 100 per cent of broadcasting revenue, worth $1,403 million last year, the figures showed.
Feature films continued to dominate the film sector's revenue streams, contributing over 50 per cent of all production and post-production revenue, Attewell said.
"The total revenue is largely driven by a few businesses - those with revenues of at least $50 million - but over 91 per cent of all screen businesses earn less than half a million dollars each," he said.
"Many businesses in the screen industry are one-person contractors.
"To put this in context, 15,500 people were employed directly by the screen industry over the year ending March 2013, and they earned $742 million in wages."
The vast majority of screen businesses were engaged in production or post-production work, Attewell saied.
In terms of value added, the screen industry added $1.1 billion to the economy, and almost half a percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
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