In the deep south of New Zealand - Central Otago is the last place in the world that still upholds the traditions of outdoor curling. At its heart is Naseby, a town of character and community, bound together by their love of curling. They hunger for hard frosts and freezing lakes but their passion for ice is now been tested. A changing climate means that curling outdoors may soon become a thing of the past and these passionate curlers may never again be able to compete for New Zealand's oldest sporting trophy - the Baxter's Cup.
Directed and produced by
Rachael Patching and Roland Kahurungi
Best New Zealand Short Film- Edge Film Festival
Best emerging talent- Reel Earth Film Festival
Panda Award nomination - Wild Screen
BANF Special Mention
AESTHETICA short film festival selection