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Council supports anti-p music video

Media Release
21 December 2004

Council supports anti-p music video

The Creative Communities Scheme Allocation Subcommittee has granted $3395 in support of an anti-p music video.

The track will feature King Kapisi, Russ Harris and Tim Hopkins all of whom live in Waitakere City and will also feature other New Zealand musicians.

Production of the music video is the key focus; with the anti-p message an underlying feature.

Producer Tim Hopkins is grateful for the funding; especially with the overall budget at just over $20,000. Having produced five CDs previously, loophole’s lyrics were composed by Hopkins and placed over a jazz arrangement.

The video is scheduled for release March/April 2005.

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A full list of recipients and amounts received from this round of funding is attached.


Creative Communities Scheme Allocation – November 2004


Group Name Funding requested Funding allocated
833 Records 5000 3395
Adoption Counselling Education and Research Trust 1984 1195

Henderson South School 4565 2695
Kumeu Arts Centre 1491.80 995
New Zealand Chinese Culture and Art Centre Inc 5000 2495
Nga Kakano O Te Kaihanga Trust 5000 2795
Priscilla Cowie 3458 2745
Ranui Baptist Youth Group FBI 778 395
Somali Concern Refugees and Migrant Organisation Inc 5000 2995
Spectrum Care Trust 2184 1495
Te Korowi O Ti Iwi Trust 1806.21 1495
Te Putahitanga Rangatahi O Te Rautahi 2816 1611
Te Rautahi Maori Culture Group 5000 2845
Waitakere Arts and Cultural Development Trust 4855 3395
West Auckland Mental Health Support Trust 995 745
YMCA of Auckland 3000 1995
Young and Emerging Artists Charitable Trust 4500 2495
Leataata O Le Lumanai Samoa Trust 3511 2195
Love to Sing Limited 4946 0
Piha Media Trust 5000 2495
ROMA 1327 0
Sturges Road Kindergarten 1383 990
Timothy Hopkins 5000 3395
Warren Pohatu 5000 3395
What’s in the Box? Theatre Inc 1513 990


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