It might be cold outside but it is heating up in the LD office!
The filmmakers are busily buffing, shining and putting the finishing touches on their short docs and we are getting ready to launch with a bang. The launch party is set for the 4th of August at The Academy and then all our hard work will be up to view online and OnDemand from that night.
We owe a huge thanks to our post production facilities Toy Box and Sale Street Studios for their expertise with grading and sound, working their magic on the shorts and making a tough job fun.
You will love the true stories of transformation, growth, adversity and hope we have in store for you so set your alerts to view the collection and choose your favourite one.
Don’t forget that two of our shorts are playing in the NZIFF, How Mr and Mrs Gock Saved the Kumara is showing in Auckland before The Music of Strangers. See more here.
Water for Gold is showing before When Two Worlds Collide. Check it out here.
Whatever your choice for viewing, staying in by the fire or going out to the cinema – we have got something for everyone!
In the meantime here’s a behind the scenes peek from Water For Gold (premiering in the NZIFF) – Director Rose Archer interviewing Professor Jane Kelsey.