claire van beek

claire van beek has helped fund

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Josephine Stewart-Tewhiu

A dark comedy about the black horse of modern depression. Told through theatre, animation and live illustration.

103% FUNDED
103% $2,285.00 OF
$2,200.00
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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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Sapna Samant

Debts We Pay is an independent short film about an Indian family in Wellington and how the parents and children learn to negotiate living between two cultures.

16% FUNDED
16% $820.00 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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Theatre Stampede & Nightsong Productions

Help us stage the unstageable and bring our next wild theatrical proposition to life: a 6-foot cat called Claude.

106% FUNDED
106% $10,410.00 OF
$9,750.00
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Craig Gainsborough

Pushing beyond primal fear, two best friends struggle together in a dark, confined, muddy crawl space, determined to find a new entrance to the spectacular cave

116% FUNDED
116% $2,321.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Two Productions

Hello! We are Two Productions, a theatre company based in Christchurch's beautiful Arts Centre!We need some help turning our space into an exciting theatre hub!

102% FUNDED
102% $5,110.00 OF
$5,000.00
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megan bowers vette

Us gives voice to survivors of sexual abuse. 50 portraits and stories will be bound into a beautiful photo book by photographer Megan Bowers-Vette.

135% FUNDED
135% $2,705.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Sandani and Rose

ENDING VIOLENCE is a feature documentary about Leslee Udwin, a multi award-winning activist, who strives to dismantle systemic prejudice through education.

105% FUNDED
105% $26,450.00 OF
$25,000.00