Richness of real-life stories to screen in 2022

Posted Tuesday 07 Dec 2021

Richness of real-life stories to screen in 2022

Here's a congratulatory shout out to all those who received funding for their factual content from NZ On Air. We've listed you and your projects below.

Hex Work Productions receives up to $370,041 for The Male Gayz: Going Deep, and up to $368,072 for The Spinoff Documentary Anthology.

Attitude Pictures receives up to $203,915 for Down For Love, for TVNZ2.

Razor Films receives up to $199,999  for Being Chlöe, for Three. Producer Letisha Tate-Dunning, EP Philippa Campbell.

ECG Media receives up to $395,886 for Soul Sessions 2, for TP+. Executive Producer Ngaire Fuata.

Ruckus Media receives up to $225,325 for Patrick Gower: On (tbc), for Three. Producers Arwen O'Connor, Gemma Murcott-Ward, Executive Producer Mitchell Hawkes.

Warner Bros. International receives up to $1,111,384 for David Lomas Investigates 3, for Three.

Notable Pictures which receives up to$215,507 for Loading Docs: The Power Of Emotion, for

Screentime NZ which receives up to $131,606 for ANZAC 2022 for TVNZ 1; and up to$781,402 for I Am…4 for TVNZ 1.

Click here to read about all the funded projects