Filmmakers Tim Worrall and Aaron Smart saw it as a perfect opportunity to create a small project that celebrated the lighthearted and joyful aspects of being Ngai Tūhoe. The lyrics of the song “Te Rori ki Whakarae, e” tell of how the winding, dusty road is a special part of the mana of the Waimana Valley.
Wayne, a man with limited communication skills learns the harsh reality of love and romance. Nigel, his support worker and friend guides him through this puzzling human condition, but Wayne has ideas of his own.
Be it in scorching sunlight or sideways snowfall Bernie’s out on the road. On site in New Zealand’s beautiful McKenzie Country, this veteran worker shares his view from the other side of the stop/go sign.
The Christchurch Earthquake left the majority of its population devastated, but for a small group of homeless people, disaster brought about new and luxurious living opportunities – a taste of what it’s like to live like a King.
An unusual journey through a New Zealand home on a summer’s day, this peaceful work initiated contemplation on what humans choose to have in their homes, and the natural and man-made symphony that surrounds us all.