Supporting New Zealand filmmaking
Developing screen business
Getting Filmmakers to Festivals and Markets
Set your calendar
What we funded in the past
Helping filmmakers get ahead
Developing your craft
Getting started in filmmaking
Supporting diverse voices
Getting your film to its audience
Taking your film overseas
Who is watching New Zealand films
Protecting your work
Funding for distribution and festivals
Partnering with offshore filmmakers
Financial support for filming in NZ in 2017
Financial support for filming in NZ from 2015
Practical advice for filming in New Zealand
How to qualify as an NZ film
A short, dark tale of a businessman and a tradesman trapped in a never-ending journey in an elevator. Is one of them a murderer? Will the elevator ever get to the bottom? A gripping yarn with some gentle commentary on social bigotry.
A short, dark, suspenseful tale of a businessman and a tradesman trapped in a paranoic, never-ending journey down in an elevator. Albeit a pretty elevator...
Is one of these two a murderer? Is one of them mad? Will the elevator ever reach the bottom?
Going Down is a gripping yarn with some gentle comentary on social bigotry.
© New Zealand Film Commission
Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga