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|
|1992/93||Making Money||Jan Haynes, Jeffrey Thomas||Short film production investment||$107,300|
|1992/93||Mana||Rhonda Kite, Poata Eruera||Script development||$25,950|
|1992/93||Mirage||Katherine Fry, Nicky Marshall||Short film production investment||$120,000|
|1992/93||Nga Paiaka||Tama Poata||Short film production investment||$20,000|
|1992/93||Once Were Warriors||Robin Scholes, Lee Tamahori, Riwia Brown, Alan Duff||Script development||$24,780|
|1992/93||Once Were Warriors||Robin Scholes, Lee Tamahori, Riwia Brown, Alan Duff||Feature film production investment||$1,500,000|
|1992/93||Silver Lining - Angelgear||John Keir, Costa Botes||Script development||$18,000|
|1992/93||Silver Lining - Angelgear||John Keir, Costa Botes||Script development||$7,000|
|1992/93||Snap||Norman Elder, Stuart McKenzie, Neil Pardington||Short film production investment||$81,200|
|1992/93||Stroke||Robin Laing, Christine Jeffs||Short film production investment||$60,000|
|1992/93||The Last Tattoo||Neville Carson, Bill Gavin, John Reid, Keith Aberdein||Feature film production investment||$1,564,867|
|1991/92||A Cat Among The Pigeons||Pamela Meekings-Stewart, Cheryl Cameron||Short film production investment||$87,858|
|1991/92||Absent Without Leave||Robin Laing, John Laing, Jim Edwards, Graeme Tetley||Feature film production investment||$1,730,288|
|1991/92||Alex||Phil Gerlach, Megan Simpson, Ken Catran, Tom Parkinson||Feature film production investment||$726,700|
|1991/92||Cops And Robbers||Phil Gerlach, Tom Parkinson, Murray Reece, Timothy Bean||Feature film production investment||$224,000|
|1991/92||Desperate Remedies||James Wallace, Stewart Main, Peter Wells||Script development||$25,000|
|1991/92||Desperate Remedies||James Wallace, Stewart Main, Peter Wells||Feature film production investment||$1,629,000|
|1991/92||Don't Go Past With Your Nose In The Air||Tamalene Painting, Don Selwyn||Short film production investment||$175,255|
|1991/92||Exiles||Janis McArdle, John Anderson, Halina Ogonowska-Coates||Short film production investment||$92,372|
|1991/92||Jack Brown Genius||Jim Booth, Peter Jackson, Tony Hiles, Fran Walsh||Script development||$13,500|
*Asterisk indicates amount has been fully repaid (in the case of development loans) or fully recouped (in the case of production investment).