Kathy McRae

Kathy McRae has helped fund

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Robin Murphy Productions Limited

'Pot Luck' is a fresh, fun, and sexy narrative web-series that explores the lives of three Wellington lesbians when they make a pact which turns their weekly Pot Luck dinners into a search for love. Or not.

100% FUNDED
100% $22,575.00 OF
$22,500.00
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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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Robin Murphy Productions Limited

Extraordinary filmmaker Welby Ings' latest short film “Sparrow”, about a small boy who believes he can fly, needs a helping hand to finish post production.

107% FUNDED
107% $6,015.00 OF
$5,600.00
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Emily Innes

Many families have experienced baby loss. As it continues to be a taboo subject, this is often hidden, even sometimes amongst colleagues and friends.

104% FUNDED
104% $5,220.00 OF
$5,000.00
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Fired Up Productions

Can Beth negotiate a romance and Eileen’s deteriorating health? Will Mel figure out what it is she really wants? Will Debs get... ribs? DONATE NOW and find out!

102% FUNDED
102% $16,940.00 OF
$16,500.00
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Julie Zhu

Pasifika Theatre movement FCC is bringing internationally acclaimed play The Mountaintop to Aotearoa for the first time, with an all Pasifika cast and director.

102% FUNDED
102% $5,140.00 OF
$5,000.00
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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
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Good Times Company

A short film from award-winning playwright Finnius Teppett, supported by the NZ Film Commission.

167% FUNDED
167% $9,190.00 OF
$5,500.00
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The Conch

A new work by The Conch and Fa’amoana Luafutu, revealing the stories of NZ’s lost generation and the system that was supposed to protect them.

102% FUNDED
102% $5,115.00 OF
$5,000.00