DIVISIONARY FILMS

New Zealand Films
Frank. Funny. With Feeling.

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Repugnant (2018)

Grace must prove to the world that her pray-away-the-gay dog therapy works by trying to "cure" Fergis the pug of his homosexuality.

Repugnant is a dark satire of homophobia and conversion therapy, featuring the world's most loveable bigot.

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While we are very excited to have Someday Stories funding, this really only covers our most basic costs.

We have chosen not to do a full-fledged Crowd Funding Campaign (even though we really should!) to contribute to the considerable costs that we as filmmakers will be shouldering.

While our canine stars may be cute, dogs with top-notch acting skills don't come cheap!

So if you want to help us and otherwise would happily have donated to a crowdfunding campaign, we've cut out the annoying step of spamming you for a few months and set up a quick and easy PayPal virtual tip jar above.

Any contribution would be GREATLY appreciated. Also send an email through to divisionaryfilms@gmail.com if you donate and I'll be sure to get a special thanks for you in the credits of the film!

 

SHORT FILM
(IN PRODUCTION)

FUNDED UNDER SOMEDAY STORIES 2018

Credits

Written & Directed by
Kyan Krumdieck

Produced by
Arielle Sullivan

 

 
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The Sisterhood (2017)

Winner of the Best NEW PILOT AT NZ WEB FEST 2017

TVNZ NEW BLOOD COMPETITION 2017 FINALIST
 

The Sisterhood is a webseries pilot about a group of women who have unique and secret power - to time travel when they have sex. Diana (Amanda Billing) is an experienced and independent traveller who returns home to find it is her turn to host half a dozen women from all different times and places.

She must help them navigate Auckland in 2017 to find a special someone that can help them get home. Much to Diana’s displeasure, it seems that first time traveller Bella will be here to stay until she can overcome her Victorian notions of sex and romance.

This Webseries Pilot came close to winning the public vote in TVNZ's New Blood Webseries Competition in 2017.

 

 

 

 

WEbseries pilot

Credits

Written and Directed by Kyan Krumdieck

Produced by Sophia Seaton

Director of Photography Clayton Carpenter

Starring
Amanda Billing, Timmie Cameron, Hamish Parkinson, Chye-Ling Huang, Anna Baird, Rhiannon McCall and Joshua McKenzie

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The Grind (2015)

WATCH NOW ON LIGHTBOX (Follow Season 6 - episode 4)

Winner of the Best Student Film Award at Show Me Shorts Film Festival 2015

COURT METRAGE SHORT FILM CORNER at the CANNES Film festival 2016

official Selection to Wicked Queer: The Boston LGBT Film Festival 2016

OFFICIAL SELECTION AT THE LA CINEMA AT THE EDGE INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL 2016
 

Welcome to the covert world of Grindr. New Zealand gay men reveal stories about their encounters of all kinds, set up through dating app Grindr, in this frank documentary.

 

 

 

 

Documentary
Short

Credits

Directed by
Kyan Krumdieck
& Annabelle Dick

Cinematography by
Danny Burnett
Kyan Krumdieck
& Sam Tattersfield

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Calling Crypto (2015)

Follow a group of volunteers at a support centre and depression hotline for the much maligned Monster Community. 

Meg and Charlie, human twins, try to hold the crumbling centre together against all odds. With no money and no manpower, they desperately try to train a rag tag team of volunteers before the centre is audited and shut down.

The volunteers include Louis, a resurrected man who's various donated body parts are putting him through an identity crisis. Frances, an opportunistic local politician desperate to take advantage of the "monster" vote. Mordecai, a gender confused 10,000 year old spirit trapped in the body of a girl. And Raewyn, a shy banshee equipped with a voice modulator which renders her voice nearly inaudible.

 

1/2 Hour TV Pilot
Dramedy

Credits

Written & Directed by
Kyan Krumdieck

Produced by
Annie Cliff

Cinematography by
Danny Burnett

Starring
Beth Alexander as Meg
Caleb Ellis as Louis
Debbie Klausen as Frances
Eloise Pengelly as Dahlia
Genevieve Kent as Raewyn
Sebastian Boyle as Charlie
 

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Nine Lives (2015)

A rural marijuana farmer discovers a dead woman in the river on his property. The woman's murderer forces him to decide whether to contact the authorities, or to help them dispose of the body.

 

Drama
Short

Credits

Written & Directed by
Kyan Krumdieck

Produced by
Ella Sorryl

Cinematography by
Danny Burnett

Starring

Caleb Ellis as Joe
Emily Hurley as Diana
Beth Alexander as Claire

 

 

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If you would like to know more about any of our completed or in progress projects, please contact us.

We are happy to supply screeners or discuss future projects.

Contact

email: divisionaryfilm@gmail.com

phone: +64 022 089 9527