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Documentary making is our passion. Be it a personal ambition or part of someone else's desire to tell the world their story - we will listen, shoot and give it all the attention it deserves.
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2001 - Best Documentary
2001 - Best Script
2005 - AVA Silver medal
Truck manufacturer IVECO is an offical global sponsor of the All Blacks and shares the same devotion to values as New Zealands rugby franchise... Team Spirit - Synergy of Purpose - Collaboration. An Italian production crew were here in New Zealand during 2007 & 2008 to film a corporate documentary looking behind the scenes of test rugby and interviews with the All Blacks during the French, Canadian, Irish & English series. Filming took place in Auckland, Wellington, CHCH and Hamilton.
Date: 2007 & 2008
Bruce Nixon: DP
This documentary examined an extraordinary couple's life dedicated to the sea and the hunt for Toothfish. Based out of Timaru, the 'San Aspiring' is home for up to 3 months at a time for John and Sue Bennett along with 24 other crew. Sue is the only female on board. The worlds biggest live squid was caught as an added bonus! It was broadcast on TV3 early August 2007. Graeme Sinclair of Frontier Televison was Presenter/Producer.
Bruce Nixon: DP
French documentary makers - Gedeon Programmes, produced this close look at the Samoan rugby culture. It features Ata Sofara, a player who has been at the top of his game only to suffer injury and to slip out of the scene. Now, with the 2007 World Cup of Rugby looming, Ata regained his fitness and prepared to make his comeback. We examine the national team and the pride of it's people, from one generation to the next.
Bruce Nixon: DOP
Manu Samoa - Rugby's Modern Day Warriors
Two Roads To Taupo
The Taupo 1000, New Zealand's flagship off-road race - the longest and toughest in the southern hemisphere went international in 2007! One US team with Ryan Millen, son of expat New Zealand motorsport star Rod Millen, brought his Toyota FJ offroad race truck downunder to compete with rival US team Necessary's. In 2006 'Two Roads To Baja' was filmed by Radical Media following the same two teams. Nixon Pictures helped shoot this documentary on HD for the international production company, Radical Media.
Duration: 48 minutes
Bruce Nixon: Camera.
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