TePonui produced this video interview with BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Oggi Tomic for the What’s On Cambridge website. Oggi’s documentary Finding Family, which retraces his footsteps to the Sarajevo orphanage that he grew up in during the war, was screened as part of this year’s Cambridge Film Festival. Click here for more on the story.
TePonui has been working with the theatre group Deep Diving Men on a new promotional video and mini-documentary to introduce what they do and to explore some of the themes that inspire their work.
TePonui was very pleased to produce this short video for SME Insider, interviewing Dave Gannon and Kathy Sutherland at the launch of their new curry pizza brand Curry Dave’s. We can safely say that the “curizzas” (soon to be sold at Tesco and Ocado) were absolutely delicious!
The TePonui team has been out filming today with brand new local culture & news site What’s On Cambridge, covering the Suicide Sunday boat race. Essentially, this is a yearly event where Cambridge University students build boats out of cardboard and tape and attempt to race them up and down the Cam, typically with pretty entertaining results!
With Raindance’s 15 second Halloween horror film competition just a few days away, the TePonui team thought we’d try our hand at making a super-short, no-budget film of our own!
In place of an Easter Egg, we’ve whipped up a little bit of tongue-in-cheek Easter fun this year. EASTER BUNNY is a shoestring short horror about a very jealous rabbit… and a very different resurrection.
We’re thrilled to announce that short comedy film JOKE’S ON YOU has been accepted into the Big Easy International Film Festival in New Orleans.
The film, edited by TePonui director Lindsey Kennedy, will be screened on 24th March 2013.
Click here for more information about JOKE’S ON YOU.
TePonui has had a great time over the past few weeks, scouting film locations across the UK & Ireland for a potential horror feature that’s in the pipeline. Continue reading Location Scouting | Gothic
And that’s a wrap! We’ve just finished filming comedy short New Religion, directed by Cat Laine, at a fabulous mansion house location in Bath. Take a look at the gorgeous behind-the-scenes photographs by Art Director Ollie Wallington
Here, TePonui Director Lindsey Kennedy talks about why she’s decided to get involved with the film project Piranha, directed by Elcid Asaei.
TePonui collaborated on this ‘fan questions’ interview with JLS, ahead of the launch of ‘Kiss’, the band’s new fragrance.
Working with DoP and editor James Gray, TePonui met with with JLS and The Fragrance Shop marketing team to shoot a short web video in a secret Central London location on 22nd May. The band explained how they put together the fragrance (designed for women), the scents each band member chose to blend together and why, and how they decided on the name, before being whisked off the press launch party at One Marylebone.
TePonui have created a retro stop-animation style video to introduce our brand new Maori mythology-inspired film logo.
A lot of people as us about our name, and why we chose it. Te Ponui means ‘The Great Night’; in Maori mythology, this is the moment before the dawn of creation, when all things were possible.