Multinesia Productions has helped fund

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Motone Productions

In Feb 2014 we will bring 10 stellar Cook Island drummers aged from 8 to 16 to Wellington to be a part of the NZFA THE BIG BANG opening event.

103% FUNDED
103% $3,630.00 OF
$3,500.00
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Little Dog Barking Theatre

Little Dog Barking theatre company has been given the opportunity to perform our show 'Duck Death & the Tulip' at the Edinburgh Festival, but we need some help

102% FUNDED
102% $5,105.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Cuba Creative

Our “little gem of a show” selected to be part of the NZ at Edinburgh 2014 season, now needs your support to tell our unique story at the largest cultural event in the world - the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

100% FUNDED
100% $20,075.11 OF
$20,000.00
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Oliver Rosser

OUTBREAK WARNING at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival! The Generation of Z is set to unleash it’s immersive virus at the world's largest arts festival and to achieve this theatrical pandemic... We need your help!

111% FUNDED
111% $22,245.00 OF
$20,000.00
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Auckland Theatre Company

The uber-talented Laurel Devenie has been invited to perform ON THE UPSIDE DOWN OF THE WORLD - on the other side of the world. At the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to be exact. But we need some help to get her there.

100% FUNDED
100% $5,000.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Jess Sayer, the young New Zealand playwright known for her twists and turns has created another explosive piece. FIX is hitting The Basement from August 12-16 for its world premiere but we need a bit of help to make this show truly special. Intense, darkly comic, peppered with ferocious verbal duels and electrifying reveals, FIX explores the contemporary blended family and questions unconditional love.

104% FUNDED
104% $1,570.00 OF
$1,500.00
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Sacred Screen WebTV

NATIVE IN NUHAKA is a forthcoming documentary profiling Maori and indigenous film making and the place of the Wairoa Maori Film Festival.

108% FUNDED
108% $5,420.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Nikki Castle

As a 21-year-old locked up in a psychiatric ward, Mary struggled to make sense of her madness. Where the doctors saw illness, she could only see herself.

124% FUNDED
124% $2,497.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Robin Murphy Productions Limited

'Pot Luck' is a fresh, fun, and sexy narrative web-series that explores the lives of three Wellington lesbians when they make a pact which turns their weekly Pot Luck dinners into a search for love. Or not.

100% FUNDED
100% $22,575.00 OF
$22,500.00
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Robert George

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?

140% FUNDED
140% $2,815.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Kinetic Wayfinding

MOVE is an urban Pasifika play in support of suicide prevention and awareness.

33% FUNDED
33% $1,340.00 OF
$4,000.00
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Long Road Films

The highly anticipated debut feature film from award-winning filmmaker Dustin Feneley, shooting in Central Otago this winter.

166% FUNDED
166% $125,130.00 OF
$75,000.00
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Māoriland Film Festival

THE NATIVE SLAM brought together 15 established Indigenous filmmakers to make 5 beautiful short films. We need your help to share these films with the World.

106% FUNDED
106% $23,521.00 OF
$22,000.00
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Mārama Productions

'My Brother Mitchell' is a short film inspired by real people, memories and dreams. Written and directed by Todd Karehana.

102% FUNDED
102% $7,200.00 OF
$7,000.00
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Robin Murphy Productions Limited

Extraordinary filmmaker Welby Ings' latest short film “Sparrow”, about a small boy who believes he can fly, needs a helping hand to finish post production.

107% FUNDED
107% $6,015.00 OF
$5,600.00
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Emily Innes

Many families have experienced baby loss. As it continues to be a taboo subject, this is often hidden, even sometimes amongst colleagues and friends.

104% FUNDED
104% $5,220.00 OF
$5,000.00
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A Hot Chick and her Mate Productions

#NotTheseTourists is a travel web series which was shot over three months and is hosted by indigenous presenters, Casey Kaa and Nikki Si'ulepa.

105% FUNDED
105% $10,510.00 OF
$10,000.00
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Becs Arahanga

When a happily married couple struggle to find intimacy due to the demands of raising a family; orgasmic pleasure is found in the most unlikely of places.

127% FUNDED
127% $8,265.00 OF
$6,500.00
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Jack Nicol

NO.1 STAND is a feature documentary film about women competing in the rough and tumble, high stakes world of competitive sheep shearing.

123% FUNDED
123% $12,337.00 OF
$10,000.00
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Emily Mafile'o

"Tonga’s strength-hold is it's Heart" A photographic documentation of my father Saia and our family at the 150th Anniversary of Tupou College, Toloa Tonga.

107% FUNDED
107% $4,310.00 OF
$4,000.00
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Ursula Williams

Travel inside a surreal world where artist John Radford responds to the loss of our architectural heritage by becoming alter-ego Real Estate agent Ron Jadford .

123% FUNDED
123% $2,475.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Proudly Asian Theatre

Does race play a factor when you’re on tinder, checking someone out on the streets or trying to get lucky on a Saturday night?

118% FUNDED
118% $2,375.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Briar March

When old age and over-priced funeral directors are knocking on the door, there’s only one thing to do. Give them both the finger!

363% FUNDED
363% $7,260.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Sandra Kailahi

A young runaway finds refuge with a 14 year-old self-proclaimed Messiah in a South Auckland garage only to discover that true salvation is in his own hands.

101% FUNDED
101% $10,140.00 OF
$10,000.00
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Alex Lovell

A short film drama featuring an eclectic ensemble of Polynesian characters dealing with issues related to anxiety disorder, bullying and suicide prevention.

300% FUNDED
300% $12,030.00 OF
$4,000.00
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Jeremiah Tauamiti

A young native court interpreter must choose his words carefully, as a chief fights for her family, and defends a culture that binds them both.

115% FUNDED
115% $11,540.00 OF
$10,000.00
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Kaleidoscope World Limted

This theatrical documentary will journey to the heart of one of New Zealand music’s most dramatic tales, that of Martin Phillipps and his band The Chills.

31% FUNDED
31% $1,560.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Julie Zhu

Pasifika Theatre movement FCC is bringing internationally acclaimed play The Mountaintop to Aotearoa for the first time, with an all Pasifika cast and director.

102% FUNDED
102% $5,140.00 OF
$5,000.00