Tama short film
`Tama' is a short film co-written by Deaf and hearing filmmakers, to be shot on location in Kaikohe in early 2013. The story follows a Deaf
'Tama' will be shot on location in Northland town Kaikohe and will include many of the local people. The cast and crew will be made up of diverse people form the Deaf, filmmaking and Maori communities. The production team seeks donations to contribute to payment of the people involved - actors, crew, extras and the producers.
Odd Socks Productions provides advice to the arts sector on bridging the communication barriers that are experienced by Deaf in as arts practitioners and audience members; devises & creates performance and training opportunities for Deaf and hearing arts practitioners to work together; and produces inclusive and innovative performances which promote the understanding of Deaf culture and New Zealand Sign Language.
He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tangata! He tangata! He tangata!
What is the most important thing in the world? It is people! It is people! It is people!
Kia ora tatou and welcome to the Tama short film fundraising campaign.
The Tama production team are rapped to launch the Givealittle fundraising cause to contribtute to the costs of paying the people involved in the film, that is the cast, the crew members, the extras and the production team.
From September to December 2012 the team will be promoting the heck out of 'Tama' - applying for grants, seeking sponsorship and asking for donations.
Remember you can get more information about the Tama project and the team behind it from on our website page at www.oddsocks.co.nz/tama
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This page was created on 31 Aug 2012 and closed on 1 Mar 2013.