Knowledge is Power

Te Matauranga ko te Kaha


I want to live in a Country - not a Corporation.

Why bother being good?
Why should I share my money?
Who are we and what do we stand for as a people?

These are kind of challenging questions that lie at the heart of my social documentaries and here is where you will find some intriguing answers.

In New Zealand 1 child in 5 lives in a family below the poverty line.

What happened to the country that was once such “a great place to bring up kids?” Watch the award winning documentary that shocked the nation here.

Why will you live 10 years longer in Remuera than in Manurewa? 

Poverty kills.

10% of New Zealanders own 52% of the wealth of the nation.

Why is the gap between the rich and the poor growing faster in New Zealand than in most developed countries? And why is that bad for all of us?

Who is Bryan Bruce?

Bryan Bruce is an award winning documentary maker, and best selling author. Born in Scotland in 1948, his family emigrated to New Zealand in 1956. He grew up in Christchurch and attended the University of Canterbury where he graduated with an M.A.[1] in Sociology and Philosophy and Christchurch Teacher’s College where he earned a Diploma in Teaching.

Bryan is best known for his work on 'The Investigator' documentary series, 'Inside Child Poverty' and 'Mind The Gap'.