Nia Phipps

Nia Phipps has helped fund

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Anna Dean

Alongside 32 participants from 20 countries, I have been selected to attend the international Pixel Lab in July 2015. It's a big deal to get in and the first time anyone from NZ has been accepted.

138% FUNDED
138% $2,495.00 OF
$1,800.00
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Ghazaleh Golbakhsh

A young optometrist dreams of following in the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary as he treks into the Himalayas to bring basic eye care to earthquake-struck villages around the foot of Mt Everest. A 45 minute documentary intended for broadcast.

100% FUNDED
100% $6,000.00 OF
$6,000.00
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Peter Alsop & Greg Wood

Nothing can change the aesthetic and intrigue of a hand-made craft. A photo-colourist from the 1950s picks up the cotton wool one more time.

239% FUNDED
239% $4,783.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Sandani Wijetunge

WATER FOR GOLD explores a key way in which corporate power is stripping away some of our most fundamental rights through trade law.

102% FUNDED
102% $2,050.00 OF
$2,000.00
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Jan Oliver Lucks

Wilbur wrestles his demons. Literally. Wilbur Force the feature documentary. Based on the smashing Loading Docs short of the same name.

102% FUNDED
102% $7,160.00 OF
$7,000.00
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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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Jericho Rock-Archer, Joshua Rollo & Phillip Rollo

A Māori rugby player in Japan tackles cultural isolation and discovers strength amongst strangers.

166% FUNDED
166% $3,335.00 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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Robert George

An experimental short film that explores an old man's state of mind. In approaching loss, the film considers the space between this world and the next.

104% FUNDED
104% $5,230.00 OF
$5,000.00
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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