Qiujing Wong

August 25, 2009

Qiujing is the Managing Director of BORDERLESS, the international film and campaign company she began in January 2006 with her partner, Dean Easterbrook. She is also a Founding Trustee of the Borderless Foundation Trust – a NZ Trust with Charitable Purpose.

BORDERLESS creates and produces documentary films, videos and ideas that create positive social, economic and environmental change and works with clients and partners who have a similar vision for the world.

In 2007 BORDERLESS released the award-wining film and campaign A Grandmother’s Tribe, which today has become a model for how media has the power to generate support for important global issues. A Grandmother’s Tribe premiered in New Zealand at the 2007 DOCNZ International Documentary Film Festival, won the Carolyn Stolman humanitarian Award at the Sonoma Film Festival 2009 and has raised more than NZ$150,000 for grandmothers in Africa.

Recent films by Borderless include:
•    The Jade Bell Story – a film and campaign about kids and drug abuse due for release end of 2009.
•    Nepal: Caught up in the People’s War – a documentary film about civil rights in Nepal, broadcast on PBS FRONTLINE/World.
•    Postcards from China – a television series about modern China broadcast on, China Central Television Station (CCTV).

BORDERLESS also produces “real world stories” for a range of Companies, Not For Profit Organisations, Government & Non-Government Organisations and Individuals in New Zealand and around the world.  The current client list includes: AMP Scholarship Programme, Baxter Healthcare, Oxfam NZ, World Vision, Kidney Kids of NZ, United Nations Environment Programme, First Foundation, Sustainable Business Network, Auckland City Council, Manukau City Council, Fulton Hogan, HB Media, Salvation Army, World Kindness Foundation at al.

To find out about Borderless visit the website www.borderlessproductions.com


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