ELWIN Productions is an award winning boutique production company based in Dunedin, New Zealand. Formed by Scott Mouat in 2006, ELWIN Productions creates high quality visual content for corporate, commercial, documentary and drama projects. Working from a talented pool of camera assistants, grips and gaffers we work with directors and producers from around the world to match good looks to good stories.
Dunedin is the greatest small city in the world. From here we have access to a variety of stunning landscapes, fascinating wildlife and innovative businesses. We strive to ensure we're using the latest and best equipment and offer options for a variety of budgets.
In quieter moments we turn our attention to stories about wildlife and conservation.
Scott's an experienced documentary Director, DoP and wildlife cameraman. He's worked for the BBC, WGBH, NHNZ, PRN Films, South Pacific Pictures and Greenstone TV. His work has broadcast on channels such as BBC, Animal Planet, Discovery Science, PBS , The Science Channel, A&E, TV1, TV3, TV7 and Prime and screened to audiences around the world. He has also produced and directed an award winning feature length documentary called ‘The Unnatural History of the Kakapo’. He's also worked as DoP on a variety of TVC's, social documentaries, medical documentaries and dramas.
'Broken' is his first proper foray into drama directing and he is keen to further explore the crossover between drama and natural history.
Finalist, Best Feature Documentary, Qantas Film and TV Awards
Best NZ Filmmaker,Reel Earth Film Festival 2010
Best Sound, Documentary Edge Festival 2010
Best Director, Documentary Edge Festival 2010
Best Cinematography, Documentary Edge Festival 2010
Merit Award, Human Wildlife Interaction, IWFF 2010, USA
Best Newcomer, CMS Vatavaran 2011, India
Best NZ Cinematography, Reel Earth Film Festival 2010
Winner, Best Ornithological Film, Menigoute Festival.
Best Feature Documentary, Documentary Edge Festival 2010
Our sister company 'Flyover Media' specialises in low level aerial work. For more information click on the logo.