15 Watt Street
We believe the best way to do this is to develop products and services in partnership with our clients. We don’t offer off-the-shelf products or believe in one-size-fits-all solutions.
We’re proud to offer unique products and services that are robustly evaluated and quality-assured.
What we do: film
We make educational and documentary films; from short to feature length. We pride ourselves on providing filmmaking services that meet the differing needs of our clients.
As well as making films, we teach people to use the equipment they have to make great educational and factual films; whether using a smartphone or a film-grade camera.
What we do: learning
We create adult learning and assessment experiences that work for your learners in your context. We develop learning and assessment resources for use online, blended or face-to-face use, facilitate learning, and train other trainers.
We are specialists in developing active and collaborative learning and assessment activities that support high-quality on-the-job learning.
What we’ve done: awards
In 2017 our feature-length documentary won “Best Emerging Director” and the only Special Mention in the “Best New Zealand Feature Documentary” category at New Zealand’s Documentary Edge festival.
In 2016 we won the Supreme Award at the Whanganui Regional Business Awards, as well as Best Professional Services and Best Digital Business awards.
Our people: Kevin Double & Melita Farley
Kevin Double is a highly skilled and award-winning director, cinematographer, and editor. He also has a wide range of technical and graphic design skills. He has made films and taught filmmaking in New Zealand, the UK, and the Pacific.
Kevin has a Diploma in Computing, attended film school in Melbourne, and was trained in scientific videography for the UK Military. He is also a trained internal auditor using ISO9001 and NAMAS standards.
Kevin is the co-owner and director of Double Farley and Confluence Whanganui.
Melita Farley has 20 years’ experience as an instructional designer, trainer, and educator. She also manages many of our projects and produces most of our films. As well as developing educational content and delivering training across New Zealand and the Pacific, she has supported the professional development of hundreds of trainers and facilitators across the world.
Melita has a B.A in Linguistics and Political Philosophy, a Graduate Diploma in Arts (Psychology), and a Graduate Diploma in Digital and Collaborative Learning.
Melita is the co-owner and director of Double Farley and Confluence Whanganui.