Art & Entertainment | Book Reviews | Education | Entertainment Video | Health | Lifestyle | Sport | Sport Video | Search

 

Screen Innovation Production Fund

The full list of grants in the second funding round of 1999/2000 are:

 $3,763 to Shay Dewey and Abstract Productions of Dunedin towards the post-production of a short drama, Puppy Love

 $13,438 to Warwick Broadhead of Grey Lynn, Auckland towards the production of a short experimental drama adapted from Oscar Wilde’s novella, The Selfish Giant

 $4,450 to Michael Brown of Ngaio, Wellington towards the production of a short experimental film, All to Pieces

 $22,745 to Morag Brownlie of Newtown, Auckland towards the production of a short experimental drama, Rover

 $19,180 to Michael Duignan and Cavalcade Films of Khandallah, Wellington towards the production of a short drama, A New Way Home

 $12,490 to Fiona Clark of Waitara, Taranaki towards the production of a series of short documentaries, Go Girl

 $1,563 to Morgan Colmore-Williams of Birkdale, Auckland towards the production of a short drama, Reflections

 $15,000 to Dave Dawson of Herne Bay, Auckland towards the post-production of a documentary, A Whisper In the Treetops

 $6,339 to Jo Hiles and Fiona Bartlett of Feijoa Films of Wellington towards the post-production of a short drama, Face Value

 $17,895 to Jonathan King and Flicker Films, Newtown, Wellington towards the production of a short drama, Still

 $7,000 Robyn Greenberg of Wellington towards the post-production of a documentary, Tu Tangata: Weaving for the People

 $12,113 to Reuben Pollock and Godzone Productions of Grey Lynn, Auckland towards the production of a short drama, DOT Matrix



 $4,200 to Darcy Lange of St Heliers, Auckland towards the production of several documentaries on New Zealand visual artists, Artists At Work 2

 $16,500 to Moko Productions, Mt Albert, Auckland towards the production of a short documentary, Moko Kauae

 $15,523 to Quentin Parr of Kelburn, Wellington towards the production of a short drama, Player Hater

 $28,000 to Barry Prescott of Tawa, Wellington towards the production of a short animation, Bouncers

 $7,960 to Janine Randerson of Ponsonby, Auckland towards the production of a multimedia installation, Likely Stories

 $4,909 to Simon Wright of Christchurch towards the post-production of a short drama, Tailormade

 $35,550 to Barry Thomas and Yeti Productions of Wellington towards the production of a fourth series of rADz, rADz #4


Total allocation: $248,618

ends

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 

Scoop Review Of Books: Making History

Jock Phillips is a pioneering public historian who has sought new ways to communicate history to a wide audience. His autobiographical memoir is a fascinating account of how perceptions of history have changed through his career. More>>

New Budget Arts Funding: Fairer Wage For Grant Artists, Creatives In Schools

The vital contribution and huge value the creative sector brings to New Zealand is recognised in this year’s Budget with $11.157 million over four years for two new initiatives, the Minister for Arts Culture and Heritage Jacinda Ardern said today. More>>

ALSO:

Auckland Region MMR Change: Children To Be Vaccinated For Measles At 12 Months

The first measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination has been brought forward to 12 months from 15 months in Auckland because of the region’s measles outbreak. More>>

ALSO:

Tapu Te Ranga: Fire Destroys Main Building At Island Bay Marae

There was a large fire at the Tapu Te Ranga Marae in Island Bay early Sunday morning. Firefighters saved the meeting house, but the main building collapsed in the blaze and other surrounding buildings were compromised. More>>

ALSO:

 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • CULTURE
  • HEALTH
  • EDUCATION
 
 
  • Wellington
  • Christchurch
  • Auckland