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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

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