Todd Karehana

Todd Karehana has helped fund

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Julie Zhu

In reclaiming our sacredness as women we are restoring the balance. We invite you to take a journey with us, and navigate the tides of womanhood together.

111% FUNDED
111% $1,111.00 OF
$1,000.00
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Tanya Wheeler

When the Earth Speaks... Who Will Listen? RESET is a Children's Sci Fi Web Series about a young Maori boy who must find a way to save the planet.

114% FUNDED
114% $7,810.00 OF
$6,800.00
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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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Mark Lapwood

Soul Places - a feature length documentary - is a cinematic exploration of the beauty of nature and humanity, and the deep connection between Soul & Place.

115% FUNDED
115% $23,060.77 OF
$20,000.00
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Julie Zhu

After 15 years in Aotearoa and still unable to speak English, a Chinese grandmother searches for a sense of home on her bus trips to the Asian supermarket.

176% FUNDED
176% $3,523.00 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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Te Waka Huia Productions

Te Waka Huia is a new play inspired by the 1963 Brynderwyn bus crash. It remains NZ's worst road accident and yet the story is little known.

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$6,000.00