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Champions of Recovery – The Peer Support Story

Five years ago, Counties Manukau DHB established an innovative mental health service called Peer Support. Peer Support are a team of trained specialists who draw on personal experience of mental ill health to help people in the community manage their own mental health...
Tuna Cowboys – National Geographic documentary

Tuna Cowboys – National Geographic documentary

Tuna Cowboys is an award winning National Geographic documentary that ventures into the Southern Ocean to capture the first ever footage of the Southern Blue Fin Tuna muster.  Produced and directed by Mike Bhana at Natural History New Zealand, Motion Pacific provided...
Blakexpeditions:  A global conservation initiative

Blakexpeditions: A global conservation initiative

Having filmed several tourism promotions with Sir Peter Blake during New Zealand’s America’s Cup defense, Motion Pacific was invited to co-produce the first documentary for Blakexpeditions – Sir Peter Blake’s global environmental initiative. ...
A Controlled Fall – independent snowboarding film

A Controlled Fall – independent snowboarding film

A Controlled Fall was probably New Zealand’s first (and last) snowboarding film shot entirely on 16mm film.  Cheap digital cameras and editing systems hadn’t come of age yet so if you wanted image quality you had to find a way to use film. A Controlled...
The Zoo – top rating television series

The Zoo – top rating television series

Currently in its twelfth season on TVOne, The Zoo has sold to over 90 countries worldwide.  As cameraman for the first two series, Tony Burrows worked closely with BBC director/producer Katherine Moore to establish the Zoo’s format for Greenstone Pictures and...
National Geographic wildlife documentary

National Geographic wildlife documentary

The Okavango Delta in Botswana is one of Africa’s last great wilderness areas.  In 1993 Tony Burrows  spent a year filming wildlife in the ecosystems of the Kalahari Desert, Makgadikgadi Pans and the Okavango Delta.  Working as an assistant to Ken Oake at...