Films for the better good.

An epic journey to climb all seven summits in every continent starting from the ocean. All in the name of raising awareness for Mental Health.

Detaining people seeking asylum in criminal justice facilities is not only contrary to international human rights standards – it completely lacks compassion. The continuation of this harmful practice in Aotearoa also represents a failure by our government. There are adequate alternatives to prison that are not being utilised or properly funded.

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Lagoon

Who We Are

In a nutshell, we make films & branded content. We're a production company that loves technology & culture. Lagoon wants to connect with brands, companies & individuals that are doing good things in the world. There is a lot of positive change happening, if you're up for investing in creativity then we'd love to chat. Say hello at Hello@lagoon.nz

What We Offer

Lagoon can offer a range of services that fits your needs. From prep to production, editing to content & brand strategy. In this modern era of visual communication, delivery is key. We want to drive engagement and make sure your video ends up in the right spot. Say hello at hello@lagoon.nz

Ben & Jimmy set out to change the health and fitness industry in Tauranga by bringing holism and leading-edge science together under one roof. It was a dream forged by friends around a fire nearly 20 years ago. 

Walk of Wonders

Walk of Wonders is a new media, light art, fire and audio experience for all ages. 

John Sato

John Sato, a 95-years-old World War Two veteran, made international headlines when he took four buses to join an anti racism march in central Auckland after the March 2019 Christchurch mosque attacks. This is his story.