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KHF Media is an Emmy® Award winning film and television production company based in Wellington, New Zealand. We focus on telling unique and powerful stories for discerning audiences. 

News

  • 20th July 2015
  • Fantastic cast and crew screening of BELIEF at Park Road Post last night.  Lovely to see everyone there to launch Belief.  The film will be premiering this Sunday at the Paramount at 5:30pm. 
  • Check out Belief's facebook page here click here
  • 26th June 2015
  • The NZ PREMIER of BELIEF: THE POSSESSION OF JANET MOSES was announced yesterday at the opening of the NZ International Film Festival. It will be happening at the Paramount in Wellington on July the 26th at 5:30pm. Tickets go on sale July the 1st. Add this special film to your wishlist on the link below. 
  • View article here
  • June 2015
  • Dates for our new film Belief:The Possession Of Janet Moses have now been announced for the Auckland screening at the NZ International Film Festival. The film will be showing at Sky City on Tuesday the 28th of July at 6:30pm and Wednesday the 29th at 1:45pm. 
  • View article here
  • June 2015
  • Our new film Belief:The Possession Of Janet Moses (directed by David) is currently in the final stages of post production.  It has just been announced as part of the New Zealand International Film Festival where it will have its NZ premier. Screening dates will be release June 25th. 
  • October 2013
  • Swedish production company ART89 is to remake our Reservoir Hill drama series for SVT Sweden. 
  • View article here
  • August 2013
  • David and Thomas attend the Fantasia Film Market in Montreal. 
  • July 2013
  • The second season of our romantic comedy series Girl vs. Boy airs this month on TV2.  Catch it every Sunday at 6pm.
  • October 2012

    The second season of our hit TV series Girl vs. Boy has been greenlit and we're straight into writing.
  • July 2012

    KHF’s new romantic comedy TV series Girl vs. Boy goes to air on TV2, 5pm Sunday July1 2012.
  • June 2012

    KHF receives early development funding from the New Zealand Film Commission for their Double Horror Project plus Reservoir Hill "The Movie".
  • November 2011

    Director of Photography David Paul wins Best Cinematography Award at the AFTAs for The Banker, The Escort and the 18 million

    Three AFTA nominations for KHF’s documentary The Banker, The Escort and the 18 million . As well as our show being nominated for Best Documentary 2011, Editor Gretchen Peterson received a nomination for Best Editing and David Paul is nominated for best Cinematography.
  • November 2011

    Director of Photography David Paul wins Best Cinematography Award at the AFTAs for The Banker, The Escort and the 18 million

    Three AFTA nominations for KHF’s documentary The Banker, The Escort and the 18 million . As well as our show being nominated for Best Documentary 2011, Editor Gretchen Peterson received a nomination for Best Editing and David Paul is nominated for best Cinematography.
  • October 2011

    TVNZ and NZ on Air commission KHF Media to produce 8 part romantic comedy TV series – Girl vs. Boy.
  • July 2011

    This month we were excited to have the World Gold Award delivered to our office from the New York Festivals Film and Television Awards. "Reservoir Hill" was awarded the 2011 top prize in the Online Entertainment category. Another great tribute to the brilliant Wellington cast and crew!

    Our docudrama "The Banker The Escorts And The $18 Million" was broadcast on TV3's Inside New Zealand series on Wednesday the 29th. We are getting great feedback from those who saw it. For those who didn't, you can still watch it online here.
  • March 2011

    An unprecedented 2nd Emmy nomination for KHF’s flagship drama!! The second series of Reservoir Hill has been nominated for a 2011 International Emmy Award. Again in the Digital category Youth and Children. Winners are announced in Cannes on April 4 and David and Thomas will be attending the ceremony as well as the MIPTV market.
  • April 2011

    As if the second Emmy nomination wasn’t enough, we’re pleased to announce that Reservoir Hill is also a finalist in the Online Entertainment category of the New York Festivals awards. The awards are held in Vegas on April 12 in conjunction with NAB.
  • February 2011

    KHF begins production on its first docudrama “Mr Invincible”. Commissioned by TV3 and funded by NZ on Air, this groundbreaking production will air this year and explores the dark world of New Zealand’s most notorious modern-day fraudster.
  • September 2010

    Reservoir Hill wins 2 more awards

    The goods news keeps coming for us with Reservoir Hill winning the Qantas Film and TV Award for "best children's/youth programme". Thomas was lucky enough to be there - David was unfortunately shooting that day and missed the big moment! A huge thanks to our cast and crew for this - you guys are simply the best. Thomas and David were also nominated for best directors in the drama / comedy category. We also, along with Run The Red, picked up the "mobile application award" at the recent TUANZ Awards.
  • May 2010

    Reservoir Hill wins New Zealand's
    first International Emmy!

    David, Thomas and Carly were thrilled to be in Cannes when Reservoir Hill made history by winning the International Emmy for the "Digital Program: Children & Young People" category. It was an excellent night with celebrations going on into the small hours of the morning. We are all so pleased for the cast and crew who all worked tirelessly to help create the show. For a look at the awards ceremony click here.
  • Mar 2010

    KHF nominated for 2010 International Digital Emmy Award. This is New Zealand’s first ever nomination in the digital Emmys. Thomas, David and Carly will be attending the awards ceremony and MIPTV in Cannes this April.
  • Feb 2010

    Waikato University undertakes major research project on Reservoir hill interactive experience.