Long ago there were forests of StoryTrees where stories were kept and whispered from tree to tree through the rustling sound of leaves. Now there is only one StoryTree, and you have the chance to hear its treasures through the storyteller, Ms Treeleaf.
Interesting projects we have been working on recently
Timely, unobtrusive and intimate. Through a seamless mix of live action, animation and music Margaret Mahy's Rumbustifications captures the magic, wit, and charm of Margaret at her home in Governors Bay reading a selection of her poetry and stories to her grandchildren.
In pre-European New Zealand, the tiny Island of Kaitangata was the scene of awful happenings. After that, the Island seemed to have a life of its own. The local tribe knew it was best to leave it alone and so the Island slept again. But now Kaitangata is twitching, moving - It’s waking up!
Now available on DVD! When asked by an interviewer what would she become were she to be transformed into her true self, Margaret Mahy, Hans Christian Anderson award winner 2006, responded, "A Tall Long Faced Tale." Featuring one of New Zealand's most loved authors interviewed by Elizabeth Knox and her own characters.