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Ballad For A Girl In Pain is a short film about the melodramatic complexities of being a young woman today.
We all need a touch of magic in our lives. For Amanda, it's the difference between giving up and living her wildest dream.
Moana Currents considers what NZers wear and how that is coloured by our place in the Pacific. To tell this story we need a diverse family of body forms.
Adam Goodall has been accepted into a prestigious Masters programme in London. He is going to study dramaturgy because he can't in NZ. He needs your help.
PENINSULA - Where three people have different ideas of what connection looks like, but find common ground in a way none of them could have foreseen.
Support Louise in her quest to study Sound healing at the Celtic school of sound healing and make a series of site responsive works in Ireland!
Kōkako is a short film selected by the New Zealand Film Commission for Fresh Short 10 funding. We invite you to help support us tell this unique story.
46 Years Later is a documentary about a Grandson and Grandmother’s personal experience with racism as a Pacific person living in New Zealand.
A short proof of concept horror film based on a popular urban legend.
Two New Zealand native birds find friendship, courage and discover that sometimes it's our differences that make us truly special.
Let’s honour Nancy Brunning for her lifelong achievements on stage, screen and backstage and give her more time to share her gifts with us. Arohaina Mai.
Help get this award winning Māori boy's musical - about his Hollywood hero - get to the largest theatre festival in the world!
Considered the first great New Zealand novel by renowned author Janet Frame, Owls Do Cry is being retold for the stage for the first time by Red Leap Theatre.
Help us launch an arts & play therapy program to support children, staff and families at Park Estate Primary School, Papakura.
Bella Wilson and Dance Plant Collective have been awarded the Lucy Guerin Residency in Melbourne! We are so excited by this fantastic opportunity.
We are raising funds to support members who otherwise would be unable to attend the National Concert Band Festival in August