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It’s Shark week. The Painters and decorators are in. Do you have your torch, weapon? Your jamrags? No? Shit. At the end of the world not everything stops...
Let's keep THE COMMON ROOM free to develop young artists in Christchurch!
A feature length big screen concert movie showcasing the final 69 day run of the coolest music venue in the world: The Golden Dawn Tavern Of Power
Through storytelling, waiata and movement, Te Wiki sisters, Trae (25) and Tial (11) weave together stories of whānau, loss and whakapapa.
Pepe has been invited to sing in Voices NZ Chamber Choir concerts in Europe!
We welcome you to the zone of Iron Eyes.
Accept the invitation. Lay down your assumptions. Reposition yourself.
In a world blanketed in thick, deadly smog, a grieving woman attempts to escape a secluded farmhouse and leave her abusive relationship behind.
Help us make a short film for the Easterseals Disability Film Challenge with local busker Jono Heaps!
A narcissistic Kiwi self-help guru with aspirations to infiltrate Auckland's Glitterati plans to make you all stars through a 32x 3min episode online course.
Pink Frost is a group exhibition featuring nine New Zealand born artists, whose work explores the dark and uneasy.
A new dance-theatre solo exploring the feminine Muse. With 10 artistic and technological collaborators on board we are seeking a boost for our development season.
Let's bring Hawke's Bay kids three amazing, fun, interactive artworks by Seung Yul Oh, Sara Hughes and Campbell Tamahina Burns.
A mystical, coming-of-age short film about how we see NZ folklore today.
Touch Wood follows Sam, Laura, Tom and Emily as they fumble their way through life. We are presenting a 2ep pilot, in the hope that we can make a further 8eps
From writer/director Hiona Henare, produced by Kath Akahuta-Brown (Sunday Fun Day, Laundry, Ara) and starring Ricky Lee Waipuka-Russell (Taika Waititi's Boy).
The first documentary to be produced in New Zealand examining the experiences of gay rugby players, featuring the Falcons Rugby Club.