TELEVISION

Documentary, lifestyle, outdoor adventure, wildlife, arts.... Fisheye Films has experience in a wide range of television productions. Whether we’re producing our own or shooting for others, we bring passion and attention to detail to all our projects.

HUNGER FOR THE WILD

Series 1, 2 and 3 for TV One

 

Restaurateurs Steve Logan and Al Brown trade the comfort of their restaurant for life on the road as they chase down some of the country’s finest and freshest foods. Simple fresh fare accompanied by food facts, a touch of history and plenty of adventure, as Al and Steve prepare meals that celebrate the very best of New Zealand - our beautiful land, our fresh produce and classic Kiwi characters.

Coasters with Al Brown

7 x half-hour series for TV One

 

Coasters follows keen fisher, seafood chef and presenter Al Brown as he travels the coastline of New Zealand exploring the connection Kiwis have with their coast. Along the way he visits iconic landmarks, meets colourful characters and hears rich tales from past and present.

 

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Coasters with Steve Logan

10 x half-hour series for TV One

Popular restaurateur and presenter Steve Logan picks up the journey around New Zealand’s coastline, meeting people whose lives revolve around the tides, currents, wind and weather. From the isolated coasts of South Westland to the busy beaches of Auckland, the diversity paints a picture of the Coast being an integral, influential and essential part of contemporary New Zealand.

 

 

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Get Fresh with Al Brown
10 x half-hour series for TV One


In Get Fresh acclaimed New Zealand chef Al Brown heads to the far corners of the country tracking down the best markets and finest produce to create a three course meal that captures the quintessential flavours of each region.

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Sand Man:
The Sand Art of
Peter Donnelly
10 minutes for TV One’s Artsville


Artist, poet, sculptor and local Brighton Beach identity, Peter Donnelly is a coastal dweller who keeps a constant eye on the weather and tide. With only a rake and a staff he creates large-scale ephemeral sand art at Christchurch’s New Brighton beach. Working within the confines of the tide, Peter moves fast to complete each work. “It’s birth, life and death really. I bring something to life, and at the end of 3-4 hours it’s gifted and goes to the sea.”