a documentary looking into homelessness in invercargill.




One in every 100 people are homeless in New Zealand today. The issue itself has become a news topic that has saturated nationwide headlines for many months throughout 2016, yet the few cases that are broadcast on television and shared online are happening in metropolitan centers – Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch.

What is homelessness? What is homelessness like in the provincial and rural areas? What do we really know about the impact of the social issue in Southland? Is Homelessness a standalone social issue or something larger and buried in other problems?


18min // shot & edited in 2k
shot: Invercargill, NZ & Wellington, NZ

selected for:
sose international film festival – oct ’17

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director, producer, editor, cinematographer:
corey fuimaono

invercargill crew

assistant camera op & lighting:
josh clive

sound recordists:
johanna ambler
aaron askew

wellington crew

cam op & logistics:
adam joseph browne

sound recordist:
james surgeon