Heart Kids Camp 2018

Inspiring 6 min film about 90 kids with various heart conditions from around the country who came together for the 2018 annual Heart Kids Camp. It is one of the key services Heart Kids offers giving children the opportunity to get together in a safe […]

The Numbers perform ‘Have Love Will Travel’

Retrotastic vibes from Wellington band The Numbers and their version of the Richard Berry song “Have Love Will Travel”. The most famous version came from The Sonics but these NZ modsters do more than a decent job in delivering a cool rendition complete with Go […]

Getting Scott Back On His Feet

In 2011 when the Christchurch earthquake struck, the iconic statute of Antarctic explorer Sir Robert Falcon Scott fell from its pedestal. In this short documentary by Marney Brosnan – Getting Scott Back On His Feet – reveals how repairing the statue became a symbol of […]

Six60 perform ‘Don’t Give it Up’

SIX60 was formed in Dunedin when the founding members met while students at the University of Otago. The band created their name from the street number of the house they lived at in Dunedin, 660 Castle Street.

Maimoa performs ‘Wairua’

In 2016 Maimoa knocked Justin Timberlake off the iTunes NZ Music Charts and now – in May 2017 – the creators of the hit song Maimoatia want to do it again. Maimoa Music has released their first official single, Wairua, in Auckland in May of […]

Beautiful Democracy

Beautiful Democracy is a bright and vibrant exploration of the art and activism surrounding the Pro-Democracy movement in New Zealand. This short documentary follows three groups who are finding dynamic and unconventional ways to engage with, and defend their democratic right during this time of […]

Jim Anderton’s Last Interview

Jim Anderton’s last interview courtesy of Gerd Poleman and Progressive Pictures. The clip somes from Gerd’s upcoming documentary on Jim. James Patrick Anderton CNZM (born James Patrick Byrne; 21 January 1938 – 7 January 2018) was a New Zealand politician who led a succession of […]