Looking at how we have funded films on their journey to production helps you to see how films get funded and the various ways we support filmmakers.
More recent, more detail
Our records date back to 1988/89 and reflect information published in our Annual Reports. Our Annual Reports were not as detailed in earlier years so more recent years have more comprehensive information. New funding decisions will be uploaded after each Film Commission Board meeting, which are held five times a year.
We have tried to ensure that these records are accurate. If any records have incorrect information, please let us know and we will correct it as soon as possible. We recommend reading the Guide to Funding Decisions before using the data.
|Year||Title/Project||Alias||Funding Key People||Type||Amount|
|2000/01||Whale Rider||John Barnett, Tim Sanders, Frank Hubner, Niki Caro||Feature film production investment||$593,000|
|1999/00||13 Days Out||Hineani Melbourne, Rangitawaea Tiwai Reedy, Jon Coutts||Short film production investment||$70,000|
|1999/00||A Cure For Being Human||Baxter||Owen Hughes, Graeme Tetley, Gerd Pohlmann, Larry Parr, Rosemary Baragwanath, Rod Prosser||Script development||$5,000|
|1999/00||An Untitled Love Story||Tony Hiles, Philippa Campbell, Donna Malane||Script development||$15,000|
|1999/00||Bad Boys||Norman Elder, Waka Attewell, Ian Mune, Richard Jenkins, Don Selwyn||Script development||$29,525|
|1999/00||Bad Boys||Norman Elder, Waka Attewell, Ian Mune, Richard Jenkins, Don Selwyn||Script development||$15,000|
|1999/00||Bernier & Eleanor||Paul Swadel, James Cunningham||Script development||$7,500|
|1999/00||Both Sides of the Moon||Alan Duff||Script development||$15,000|
|1999/00||Camping With Camus||Richard Thomas, Alan Erson||Short film production investment||$68,750|
|1999/00||Cow||Chloe Smith, Simon Ambridge, Michael Bennett||Short film production investment||$87,350|
|1999/00||Crooked Earth||Robin Scholes, Sam Pillsbury, Karin Altmann, Michael Brindley, Greg McGee, Waihoroi Shortland, Gavin Strawhan||Feature film production investment||$336,635|
|1999/00||Donuts for Breakfast||Nicola Hoobin, Felicity Morgan-Rhind||Short film post production||$33,380|
|1999/00||Falling Sparrows||William Grieve, Murray Keane||Short film production investment||$68,750|
|1999/00||Fifteen Things To Do Before You're 30||Liz Stevens, Athina Tsoulis, Deborah Wilton||Script development||$9,300|
|1999/00||Green Poison||Pat Cox, Riwia Brown||Script development||$5,000|
|1999/00||Green Poison||Pat Cox, Riwia Brown||Script development||$7,500|
|1999/00||Higher Ground||Tom Scott||Script development||$14,098|
|1999/00||How We Won the War||The Kiwi||Barrie Everard, Geoff Murphy||Script development||$15,000|
|1999/00||In My Father's Den||Trevor Haysom, Brad McGann||Script development||$15,000|
|1999/00||In The Dark||Norman Elder, Waka Attewell, Scott Cooksley||Script development||$10,000|
*Asterisk indicates amount has been fully repaid (in the case of development loans) or fully recouped (in the case of production investment).