Representing an increase of 400% of The Sherwood's current on-site garden, director Reagen Butler speaks with Executive Chef Chris Scott about the opportunity to further close the loop on the food cycle & live by the hyper-local procurement philosophy of the Sherwood restaurant.
With summer on the horizon, Birkenstock commissioned a body of work with West Auckland artist David Hilliam. As David discusses his process, the film intends to draw parallels between the process of craft and creation reflected in his work and Birkenstock's new range.
Having built his reputation as a story teller through a decade of craft in the stills industry. Reagen's expertise lies in blending atypical ideas and filmmaking techniques to create a setting for talent to deliver authentic performances.
Lying atop an old car, parked in the driveway, a young couple muse on love, life, and the learnings we take away from our experiences – except their conversation is unscripted, and the pair on screen are a real couple.
We take a behind the scenes look at Campbell Hooper's ‘Think Again’ campaign for 1News and TVNZ with stills captured alongside the TVC and a Super8 cut.
From Ashburton to the world, New Zealand wunderkind Laura Sargisson chats about the ins and outs of her rise to the ranks of ‘first call’ commercial directors.
Briefed with creating music visials for breakthrough artist, Luca George, director Sam Templeton discusses what went into making 'Ruin My Life' stand out from the crowd.
Industry stalwart, Josh Frizzell, speaks about how he got his start in the film industry and how he hung on to make some of this country’s most iconic ads.
Supernormal's lead cinematographer, Mason Bennett, explains his approach to craft, embracing new tech, and creating a collaborative set environment to create standout work.
A man of good taste across a broad spectrum of genres in both film and music, Supernormal's head of post, Archie, shares insights on his meticulous eye for detail.
After a stint overseas working in various creative roles in the USA and Canada, Adelaide found herself drawn to film, and ultimately directing. With a style mash-up consisting of everything from Disney to erotic thriller, she brings a refreshingly wide-eyed approach to her work, never taking herself too seriously.