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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.         
                                                                                                                                         Bruce Nixon
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2001 - Best Documentary
2001 - Best Script
2005 - AVA Silver medal
All Blacks At War - The First XIII
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L.B.I.P.P Qualified
The 13 All Blacks who lost their lives in WWI no longer have a voice to tell their tale of what it was like to grow up in a new country on the brink of war. Now they can have that voice - through this film. We'll delve back into the early 1900's and examine each man, his personality, his rugby career and ultimately, the price he eventually paid for his King and country. Presented and narrated by a former All Black, we will take a trip back through time and into the present with a return to each battlefield by our film crew. This project is still in it's concept stage.
To find out more - visit our pages about this project: All Blacks At War
All Black Captain David Gallaher - Killed in action 1917
617 SQN
In 1943, 617 Squadron, RAF, "The Dambusters" was a single squadron formed during the Second World War to carry out a single special and dangerous task. That operation "Chastise" has since become a legend in the annals of military history. The sole-surving pilot from that raid is New Zealander, Les Munro of Tauranga. Nixon Pictures provided  film services alongside James Holland, the UK presenter associated with our client; Maya Vision International.
Dam Busters
Date: 2010
48 minutes
Bruce Nixon:
John Gray - Presenter of 'A Rotten Shame'
A Rotten Shame
This doco examined the biggest problem that homeowners have ever had to face in New Zealand - leaky homes. We filmed for over three years which had the added bonus of being able to follow the stories through to an outcome and keep up with the rapidly changing compensation packages being thrashed out by the government. "Devastatingly laid out... just when you thought the engaging, hard-hitting primetime documentary was as dead as public service television. Excellent if terrifying television."                                                        THE NEW ZEALAND LISTENER
Date: 2011
48 minutes
Bruce Nixon:
'Words of War' - The Peter Arnett Story
In development is a film that tells the story of Pulitzer-winning kiwi-born war correspondent Peter Arnett, as he takes us back to the killing fields that were his office for 35 years where he lived the biggest news stories of the day, wielding a pen and camera that rattled windows all the way to the White House. We are raising funds right now to get to China with our crew. Nixon Pictures have already filmed the New Zealand segments of this film with Peter.
Date: 2012 - Ongoing
190 minutes
Bruce Nixon: