Below is a selection of the documentary films we have produced, many of which are available to order on DVD.
A Widening Vision
Europeans did not see when they occupied Australia, the so called Terra Nullius, that for more than forty thousand years a sophisticated culture, rich in art and language and profoundly rich in mythology and spiritual life, had existed among the Australian Aboriginals. MoreRunning time: 54 minutes
The Islands they Named Samoa
SAMOANA recounts events and personages of Samoa's history in it's 3,000 years of settlement.. MoreRunning time: 52 minutes
Pacifica - The Book
Myth, Magic and Traditional Wisdom from the Islands of the South Pacific.
A large format book (hardcover with jacket) published by Angus & Robertson and based on Juniper Films' 13 part-Television series, PACIFICA - Tales from the South Seas. More
Robert Louis Stevenson
Requiem for a Poet
“I love this land and I have chosen it to be my home while I live and my grave after I am dead.
And I love the people and have chosen them to be my people to live and die with".
An award winning film (Best Film “Gold Kompass” - Prix ITB BERLIN 1999) and vivid portrait of Samoa, its landscape, culture and customs, both traditional and contemporary – a film without words - only natural sounds and music. MoreRunning time: 16 min
Samoa I Sisifo
Samoa's 10th Anniversary of Independence
Western Samoa was the first independent nation in the South Pacific. Clips from this archival film, SAMOA I SISIFO may be seen in the film, SAMOA THE JOURNEY More
Spirit of Fiji
The Land and the Legends
A cultural film promoting Fiji and now included in DVD "Fiji, the Land and the Legends" under the title 'Vanua'. MoreRunning time: 18 min
Wedding in Nuku'Alofa
Tonga is the last remaining Polynesian Kingdom in the South Pacific and when the eldest grand-daughter of Their Majesties King Taufa’ahu Tupou IV and Queen Halaevalu Mata’aho marries, it is a very important occasion. MoreRunning time: 42 min
The first film commissioned by the Government of Tonga to promote their early tourism industry. More
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