Showreel featuring some of our latest work. Work includes: Emergency Medicine for TV3, Tush for CueTV, Night and Day Store TVCs, and the Otago Rescue Helicopter promo.
Here's a selection of our latest projects. They include a 'Recipes for Change' video part of a web series for IFAD, the International Fund for Agricultural Development, an environmental farming update for Rabobank and a short film for Port Otago Ltd, to demystify the dredging process.
Over the past few years we've worked on a variety of natural History shows like NHNZ's Dark Days In Monkey City, Orangutan Island, and Mutant Planet. We've worked with the BBC on Wild New Zealand and we've even made some of our own shows like The Unnatural History of the Kakapo and Primeval Paradise. Currently we're working on a Takahē film and we're working with NHNZ on their next series 'Big Pacific'.
We worked with Immersion Marketing on these 15 second TV ads for Night and Day 24 hour stores. Shot over one weekend on Castle Street in Dunedin with an entirely Dunedin based crew.
Directed by Glenn Jamieson.
This is a selection of the high end corporate work we have been involved with.
Tush was a short film set in a central Dunedin cafe. Part of a series of 'Table Tales' for Cue TV each film was based around two characters at a table.
We are currently in production of 'The Rifle'. A short film funded by Short Film Otago.
Through our sister company 'Flyover Media' we have the ability to add stunning aerial shots to any project.
The Unnatural History of the Kakapo was our first independent feature length documentary. Critically acclaimed, it's won a variety of national and international awards.
Producer/ Director/ Camera - Scott Mouat