Ms. Information
Feature-length documentary
Ms. INFORMATION is the story of a mother and scientist who becomes a celebrity in extraordinary times.

Selected for the NZ International Film Festival, 2023, Festival International Du Film Océanien, 2023, finalist for the Dumbo Film Festival, 2023.
Released 2023
Tokyo Woman
Short documentary
a context and issue-driven brainchild of gwen isaac. During a visit to japan in 2019, gwen witnessed an ignition of female-empowerment within japanese culture, led by their women.
Released 2020
Short documentary
Insight into a unique group of female friends – and art collectors – as they face having to part with their taonga.
Released 2024
The Bra Film
A revealing and intimate jaunt through the secret life and history of the brassiere.
Released 2024
We are a screen production company, operating out of Aotearoa. Our focus is uncovering the hidden voices who have big and real stories to tell, locally, and from around the globe.
Gwen Isaac
Gwen Isaac grew up in Kororāreka (Russell) In Aotearoa (New Zealand). Her remote childhood contributes to the unusal characters and stories she is drawn to. Gwen spent a decade creating television formats and directing factual and documentary series for broadcasters in the UK and USA. Highlights include Summer at Yorkminster for BBC Scotland, Heroes Unmasked for NBC USA, The Real Washington for BBC World News and Old Dogs, New Tricks for ITV London as part of the prestigious Metroland series. Where There is Life (2017), her debut feature documentary was selected for the 2017 New Zealand International Film Festival. It was described as “startling in its candour” and she was a finalist for Best First Time Director at the London Independent Film Awards. Gwen has released two short documentaries;  Tokyo Woman (selected for four international festivals) and Siouxsie & the Virus which was awarded best film in the Long Story Shorts Competition. Gwen is a screen educator, leading the factual major within Massey University’s College of Creative Arts, Toi Rauwhārangi. Gwen directed and produced, Ms. Information with Alex Reed and Phillida Perry which was released nationwide in New Zealand in 2023. Gwen is developing two projects; feature 'Mad Merry', a personal documentary investigating a childhood mystery in the 1980’s and a revealing investigation into the secret life of the brassiere.
Phillida Perry
Creative Producer
Phillida Perry is a creative producer with a legal and business background and a master’s in creative writing.  Phillida produced Gwen Isaac’s feature documentary Ms. INFORMATION alongside co-producer Alex Reed that released to critical acclaim at the New Zealand International Film Festival, 2023.  Phillida produced Gwen’s award-winning short documentary SIOUXSIE & THE VIRUS in 2020. Phillida is in post-production on BREAKING THE MOULD & KUNST short documentaries produced & directed by her that key into the visual arts.  She is working with Red House writer, Tracey Slaughter, to produce Tracey’s novella THE LONGEST DRINK IN TOWN into a feature drama. This year Phillida produced & released Elinor Teele’s short drama PULLING UP STUMPS, staring Ian Mune and Mark Mitchinson.  Phillida is developing her own writing into a drama series called YOU KNOW WHERE TO FIND ME and a docu-series COLLECTOR COLLECTOR that explores idiosyncratic collections across Aotearoa and the curious characters that curate them.
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