There are no obvious answers neither too many words when they come from the artist Domenico Antonio Frisina. He never gained recognition as an artist during his lifetime. An outsider Italian with a very particular philosophy, his many beautiful songs and poems are portrayed in this short film.
The honest musings of a Chinese grandmother brings an unseen community into the spotlight.
79-year-old Fang Ruzhen immigrated to Auckland to help raise her grandchildren. Seventeen years on, English is still a foreign language, but she has found community with other elderly Chinese grandparents through her daily ritual of riding the bus to the Asian supermarkets of East Auckland.
Meet a group rendered invisible not only by their migrant status but also by their age. This is an often-untold perspective of those who do not assimilate but nevertheless are as much New Zealanders as they are Chinese.