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Video HighLights - Seeka Te Puke Christmas Float Parade 2019

Video highlights of Parade hosted by Epic Te Puke Community Photos here: https://www.facebook.com/VectorGroupN…

Celebrating the 60th naming anniversary of Kiwifruit and Christmas.

An absolutely stunning day for a float parade in Te Puke. Thank you to everyone who helped, supported and attended the Float Parade today.

Amazing day, thank you to everyone.

Audio: https://audiojungle.net/item/epic-evo…

Te Puke National Dance Battle

A shout to all those who competed in the Te Puke National Dance Battle, those who attended the event, the financial backers and the volunteers. Here is a short highlights video of the amazing day. Thank you Creative Communities (Creative BOP), Te Puke Baptist Church, Sign Centre Ltd, Epic Te Puke, Maketu Rotary, WBOPDC, Social Link, Te Puke COLAB. Thank you Te Puke Diner, BOP Radiators, The Daily Café, DFP Apparel, Epic for the vouchers and giveaways.

Thank you Dujon and Crew, you guys made it special. Donna and team for your awesome performance, the camera crew Jaden Charrington and James De Lange and to Mark Sandoval and co for some of the footage and those I grabbed some Instagram footage off 😉 Thanks to the opening kapa haka crew from Te Puke High School 😉 Special shout out to all my volunteers, Eve, Isaac, Badal, Gio, Otis, Greg, Summer, Tracey, Lucas and all the rest, you guys rock.

Yeet to Homegrown Art for the car graffiti 😉 looks rad! Thank you also to The Afrolites, your music made the day Again, thanks everyone for helping us out on the day and making it super special, fun and creative. Steve and Tracey from the Vector Group Charitable Trust crew. Te Puke Film aka Totem Film, Raven Media

Te Puke Treat Trail 2019

A little bit of fun during the Te Puke Treat Trail

Welcome to Te Puke - Kiwifruit Capital of the World

Te Puke a small town in the Bay of Plenty that bosts so much Goodness. “Te Puke Goodness Grows Here”

Raparapahoe Falls Te Puke, Bay of Plenty

Raparapahoe Falls is a beautiful scenic waterfall in Te Puke that features a large swimming hole, well worth exploring… How to get there? Head up No.3 Road, Te Puke, turn right into No.4 Road and follow for approx. 2.5 kms past the bridge to a sign posted car park on the left, plenty of parking available. This trail takes you down to the picturesque Raparapahoe Stream, running through a narrow, densely-bushed gorge. The descent from the road and the climb back up are very steep in places, so only those who are fit and agile should attempt this walk. The track, which was developed in 1987 by the Te Puke Lions Club, drops steeply through mature tawa forest. When it reaches the bottom of the gorge it continues upstream to a large pool at the base of a 3-metre waterfall – perfect for a refreshing dip on a hot summer’s day before tackling the climb back up to the road. At a guess should take about 1 hour approx. return, please allow some extra time to explore this scenic spot. Wearing good footwear or boots is recommended as the track is very steep in places. Do not attempt after heavy rain as this stream tends to flash flood. Filmed by Vector Group Charitable Trust Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 New Zealand (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 NZ)

Beneath Bramble Bridge - 48HOURS 2019

BOP Finalist: Candy Floss Clouds Productions – Beneath Bramble Bridge

BOP Nominee:
Best Cinematography
Best Editing
Best Original Score/Song

BOP Awards:
Best Use of Genre
Best Bloopers

National Nominee:
Best Use of Genre

Teen perspective in Te Puke

Birthday Wish - #HP48 2018 Entry

Produced by Stephen Fawcett | Directed by Tracey Fawcett
Nominated:
Outstanding Female Filmmaker – Supported by WIFT
Best Script
Best Production Design
Best Sound Design

Awarded:
Winner Facebook competition – Sprocket 2-in-1
Winner Free Ticket entry

This short film is about a teen who desires to have her friend’s brother, mum, boyfriend and friends, as her very own. What starts out to be innocent desire, ends in the dark consequences of unbridled desire.

Pick Up - #HP48 2017 Entry

Produced by Stephen Fawcett | Directed by Tracey Fawcett
Our first ever #HP48 Hours Short Film entry.

Awarded:
Runner Up Bay of Plenty
Best Cinematography
National Winner Film Cover Design

Sing! Sing! Sing! 2017

By Sally Cooke - Sing! Sing! Sing! Project Lead and MC
One song. Hundreds of voices. Three choir sections. Two hours to practice. One chance to sing. Live. Together. In harmony. Perfection. Recorded. On YouTube.

We got to film alongside BOP Film on this wonderful Project.

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