As well as creating projects we know how to manage them. Holy Bucket Productions has produced feature film projects, video shoots, events, and stage plays. These have included international coproductions, world tours, and charitable events. Whatever it is you need to accomplish, we can assist.
Illustrated on this page are just a selection of our many successful and award- winning projects.
Whatever stage you are at in dreaming up your next venture, contact us to see if we can assist
Holy Bucket Productions makes use of a dedicated fully-featured editing suite to achieve fabulous results.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem is a play about the last years of NZ poet James K. Baxter's life. A two-act play with an interlude, it is structurally based on TS Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral. The play was performed across NZ, and in Edinburgh, Belfast, and Cheltenham.
Directed by Rosemary Riddell, Cake Tin is a short film (2006) about an elderly woman in a rest home, and her adventures when she goes walkabout in her local community. It won international acclaim when awarded a Sandcastle Award for Best Short Film at the Moondance International Festival in Hollywood.
The Insatiable Moon (2010) is an award-winning feature film starring Rawiri Paratene, and directed by Rosemary Riddell. A NZ-UK coproduction, the film won Best Foreign Film at Moondance International Festival, Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor at the NZ Film Awards. The film has won wide support across the world.
Alongside making the feature film The Insatiable Moon, the producers (Holy Bucket Productions and Blue Hippo Media) made a related documentary. It examines issues of stigmatisation associated with mental illness. The documentary has screened on public television in New Zealand.