Dairy on the Canterbury Plains: was it a big mistake? Frank Film investigates.
Gone are the days when little ones spent their preschool years at home. So who’s looking after our children and what effect does this have on their development?
Identical twin brothers, Phil and Kevin Barker, love trees. Especially big ones - their quest is to find the very biggest native trees in New Zealand.
Juliet Arnott was a respected and well-recognised figure in years after the Christchurch earthquakes. But then she disappeared from public life. What happened to Juliet? Frank Film went looking.
At 70 years of age Alex Solomon is only now learning about the Māori rock art that has quietly existed in the vicinity of where he was born, raised and still lives today.
Could Lake Onslow’s pumped storage scheme be the game-changer New Zealand needs to meet its future electricity requirements?
Our bodies are designed to walk. But what is it that truly drives babies to take their first teetering steps?
Sculptor Anna Dalzell was determined to tell the world about her Little Nobody, but Alert Level Red had other ideas.
How much do we know about our national bird? Frank Film looks at what makes the kiwi so special, and so worth protecting.
Can Christchurch still call itself the Garden City? Frank Film looks at whether Christchurch is still actively earning its brand, or simply paying lip service.
Andris Apse endured hardship as a wartime refugee and a lonely upbringing In New Zealand. In spite of that, he became one of our most celebrated landscape photographers. He talks to Frank Film about the letter from Latvia that turned his and his mother’s