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The film Brother Number One had its first public screening to a sell out crowd on Sunday 24 July in Auckland as part of the New Zealand International Film Festival. The second Auckland screening will be on Wednesday 27 July at 3.30pm - get your tickets now. Reviews of the documentary film have been incredibly favourable which, I have to admit, is a huge relief. If you wish to see the film at some point in the near future please sign up to the newsletter for schedule updates. View the film trailer.

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Marine Reserve

Kerry Hamill’s and his two friends Stuart Glass and John Dewhirst were on board the 28ft yacht Foxy Lady moored near Koh Tang island off the coast of Cambodia when attacked by a Khmer Rouge gunboat in 1978.  As part of the memorial to the men the...

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Koh Tang Island

Artificial Reef

In many developing countries the world over local fisheries are being abused by poachers deploying dynamic to catch fish.  This not only kills all fish, edible or otherwise, but it destroys the reefs which support the marine ecology.  This has...

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Brother Number One

Brother Number One is a New Zealand documentary on the torture and murder of New Zealand yachtie Kerry Hamill by the Khmer Rouge in 1978. It follows the journey of Kerry’s younger brother, Rob Hamill, an Olympic and Trans-Atlantic champion rower, who will travel to Cambodia to retrace the steps taken by his brother and John Dewhirst, speaking to eyewitnesses, perpetrators and survivors.

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