Short Films

The Captain (2013)

… The Captain

Directors: Nash Edgerton, Spencer Susser
Screenwriters: Nash Edgerton, Spencer Susser, Taika Waititi

Synopsis

A man wakes up with a hangover, only to discover the consequences of his actions.

Film Festivals:

  • 2013 Sundance Short Film Program selection

-> News on The Captain


The White Tiger (2009)

… The White Tiger

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OneDreamRush: Last Night (2009)

… Dreaming Man

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A Perfect Love (2008)

… Kerry Post

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Arab Samurai (2007)

… Arab Samurai

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Slade in Full (2006)

…Slade, General, Soldiers

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What We Do In the Shadows: Interviews with some Vampires (2005)

… Viago, a 229 year old vampire

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Falling Leaves (2005)

… Various characters

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Heinous Crime (2004)

… Judge, Defendant, Lawyer, Jury member as Taika Cohen

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Toy Boy (2004)

… Jack Hammer

Directed by Bill Giannakakis
Written by Bill Giannakakis, Mikee Tucker, Peter Tonks, Pax Zuanikken, Mark Antony, Rob Appierdo
Starring Des Morgan, Julian Arahanga, Taika Waititi

One of the finalists of 48Hours competition.

Synopsis

Conflicts and jealousy in a love triangle between two men and a gay blow-up doll (played by Taika).

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5 Minute Call (2002)

… Gunter – Expert

Writers: Gabe MacDonnell, Jo Randerson
Staring: Jeremy Randerson, Miranda Manasiadis, Bevin Linkhorn, Loren Horsley, Ben Powdrell, Polly Filla, Taika Cohen
Produced by Carthew Neal

Synopsis

4 x 4’ comedy webasodes and theatre show. Hilarious interactive series about a group of bumbling theatre types.

AWARDS:

  • The Fringe Festival, NZ – Supreme Creativity Award, Best Multimedia, Best Producer Awards

> watch all 5 parts on YouTube. The episodes featuring Taika are below:



Turangawaewae / A Place to Stand (2002)

… Soldier as Taika Cohen

Director: Peter Burger
Writer: Wiremu Grace
Starring: Wi Kuki Kaa, Nancy Brunning

Synopsis

Tiare, a Vietnam War veteran is dislocated by his war experience and homeless. He wanders city streets collecting ephemera in plastic bags. His daughter visits their reluctant Koro (old man) to convince him to visit his ancestral home. A moving story about a man jolted to find his turangawaewae (place to stand), and the whanau that helps him get there. The film was selected for Critics’ Week at Cannes (2003).

A short excerpt

> watch the FILM on nzonscreen.com

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A New Way Home (2001)

… Max as Taika Cohen

Writer and Director: Michael Duignan

Synopsis

Sometimes one day is enough. A father on a wheelchair kidnaps his daughter. His ex-wife is doing everything to find her.

2001 Official Selection – Edinburgh & Melbourne Film Festivals

An excerpt

> watch the FILM here


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