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Skeleton Crew is touring their critically acclaimed show Swimming With Whales in Tonga to Nelson Fringe and they need your help!
I have been accepted into an Artist Residency at Traidhos Artist Residency in Chaing Mai, Thailand. I have the opportunity to create and develop my art work.
In Bits our troupe takes the stage to deliver an informative sex education seminar. A physical comedy exposing the absurd myths surrounding sex and gender.
CJC Creative Jazz Club has to move after 5 years in downtown Auckland. Help get our grand piano, our pride and joy, out of the basement, and give it some TLC.
Please help the Nelson Civic Choir take their talent to New York! Following our ‘Armed Man’ concert we received an amazing invitation to sing in Carnegie Hall
An Englishman living in Rarotonga has spent years learning the art of tatau while battling a serious illness. Can he find an apprentice before it is too late?
Best mates Byron and Neil must recalibrate their friendship when Byron transitions from a man to a woman.
Can two schoolboys change the world with a poem - and a selfie stick? We're taking the voice of New Zealand youth to the world - and we need your help.
A short film about being visible in a world that doesn't want to see you.
A brief insight into 4-year-old Dahlia’s colourful and challenging world of living with type 1 diabetes
Meet the multimillionaire who became a shoeshine man spreading goodwill and cheer throughout the streets of Auckland.
WATER FOR GOLD explores a key way in which corporate power is stripping away some of our most fundamental rights through trade law.
Knight-in-waiting Martainn must battle his inner demons to achieve his dream of becoming a champion in his beloved sport of full contact medieval combat
Chinese refugees, Faye and Joe Gock are extraordinary human beings who singlehandedly saved NZ's most precious native crop. The kumara.
Nothing can change the aesthetic and intrigue of a hand-made craft. A photo-colourist from the 1950s picks up the cotton wool one more time.
We are creating an amazingly special children's program that teaches essential skills , via fun filled entertainment,that support harmony and balance in life.