JUDGMENT TAVERN

Judgment Tavern

Judgment Tavern tells the story of Lucia, a young girl carrying her father's living head as they search for his fleeing body. On a cold dark night, they take shelter in a small village tavern - where a mysterious stranger with unfinished business is waiting.  
Sleeping Plot

The Sleeping Plot

The Sleeping Plot is the short journey of a young girl committing tiny crimes in innovative ways to earn money for something she really wants.
TAPU TE RANGA MARAE

Tapu te Ranga Marae - Documentary

Six years in the making 'Tapu te Ranga Marae' is our latest documentary project premiered at the Doc Edge Festival, screened on Māori TV and featured on the Spinoff.
Vista Foundation 48Hours

Vista Foundation 48Hours

Ruth and I have been working long hours to bring the 48hours to filmmakers throughout the country. 48Hours is a petri dish for film-making talent in New Zealand, from the train-wrecks to the champions, this creative competition puts our film-makers to the test. 
The Inbetween

The Inbetween

The proof of concept for feature film The Inbetween is a paranormal drama written by Hamish Brown and directed by Biz Crummett.  
Going Home

Going Home

To celebrate the adventurous life of her late Uncle Clive, Ashley Williams takes a leap of faith and learns to fly.
COLONIAL COMBAT

Colonial Combat

Colonial Combat is an action-packed series that takes a laugh at our unofficial colonial history. It's a dog eat dog world, where colourful characters compete inside and outside of the ring. Tensions rise in Kauri Bay and when the storm settles who will be champion of Aotearoa?
BEYOND THE BATTALION

Beyond the Battalion

An Anzac Day Special for Māori Television: Beyond the Battalion traces the footsteps of forgotten kiwi filmmaker Michael Havas.
Aren't Can't Don't

Aren't, Can't, Don't

This is the first of a two part documentary that explores why some women are still unable to vote and why it is so difficult for many others to feel like their voices matter.
Loko

Loko

The rise, fall and redemption of Hip Hop artist KD Lok in a story of music, mental health and Māoritanga.  
Te Hiringa

Te Hiringa

We need more beds in the community for people released from prison. Transitional housing is so crucial to be supported into a new life.