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Short+Sweet Festival New Zealand

Become a Short+Sweet Champion and help this unique little, big festival celebrate creativity, experimentation and collaboration in New Zealand through its unique and accessible 10-minute format. Each year, Short+Sweet Festival New Zealand provides a platform for actors, dancers, singers, writers, choreographers, musos and directors to create high quality new work in a professional theatre environment reflecting each Festival city. We need you support to get the Festival across the finish line!

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$5,000.00
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Bryony Skillington

This is a kids party for adults! We are aiming to make the most epic immersive experience the Basement Theatre has ever seen. But we can't do it without a little helping hand from you..

101% FUNDED
101% $5,055.00 OF
$5,000.00
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PRAYAS CULTURAL GROUP

LOVE N STUFF is a new play presented by Prayas Theatre. A non-profit organisation engaged in producing Indian theatre in English for a diverse audience.

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$5,000.00
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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.

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16% $820.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Nathan Joe

Help bring a lost classic of Greek theatre to Auckland by supporting local actors.

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$1,500.00
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Sophie Lindsay

What does the New Zealand cultural identity look like? To find out, Kate McGill tackles verbatim theatre with her new solo: Weave - Yarns with New Zealanders.

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100% $2,500.00 OF
$2,500.00
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Phill Palmer

If you love cowboy movies and comedy, you will love this Kiwi tale with a twist.

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$1,000.00
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JK Productions

Boasting a diverse eleven strong New Zealand cast and an ingenious team of creatives descending from Zimbabwe, Caribbean, USA, UK, Ireland, Samoa and Aotearoa.

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102% $10,210.00 OF
$10,000.00
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Alice Kirker

A love letter to the late night walk home, A love letter to my ancestor Agnes. Victoria Abbott is ecstatic to be joining the fray.

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Nahyeon Lee

Sixteen is a coming-of-age short film about Korean-New Zealand teenager Yaejin, her first love with the charming Wes, and coming to terms with her fantasies of

106% FUNDED
106% $4,797.00 OF
$4,500.00