Our Global film is one in a series of films and brings together the ‘best of the best’ parts of our unique New Zealand story. From our talented people and unique way of thinking, to our world-class food and beverages and care for people and place, our Global film celebrates New Zealand’s unique contribution to the world.
New Zealand already has a well-deserved reputation for outstanding natural beauty but that’s only a small part of the story. Our nation is filled with artists, businesspeople, entrepreneurs, inventors and innovators whose stories are just as awe inspiring as our landscapes. These are New Zealand’s inside stories. Tales that can only be told by our people and the people that interact with us. To get a realistic picture of this country’s contribution to the world, we knew we’d have to look far and wide.
We would need to talk to hundreds, if not thousands of people who have played a part in our global presence. So that is what we have done. We’ve already interviewed immigrants, expats and every day kiwis, speaking to everyone from school kids to pensioners and everyone in-between. We have covered stories about food and wine, culture and invention, business, creativity and much, much more. The stories are limitless.
But we need your help. You can become a New Zealand storyteller by sharing our story with the world to help tell the world what New Zealand has to offer.
SPREAD THE WORD
Both Government agencies and NZ export businesses can download, share and use the video content. To share our ‘Inside Stories’:
Add the #NZstoryteller hashtag to your posts when sharing on social media.
The more our ‘Inside Stories’ are shared both at home and offshore the greater the impact they will have to help build New Zealand’s global reputation.
'Inside Stories' has been designed as an on-going content programme. We will continue to film a range of great people, both New Zealanders and friends of New Zealand, so we can share more and more amazing New Zealand stories with the world.
We've recruited some extraordinary Kiwis and friends of New Zealand to tell some of the extraordinary stories about our country. We'd love you to share who else you think should be filmed?