Sponsors, funders and donors
Reel Queer Inc wishes to acknowledge the support of these generous sponsors, funders and donors who supported Out Takes 2014: A Reel Queer Film Festival and we encourage all LGBTIQ community members to support and acknowledge these organisations as well.
If you would like to support Out Takes please see Advertising and sponsorship.
These Christchurch organisations also provided support for Out Takes 2014: Lambda Trampers, Christchurch Bay Business Association, Gay Radio.
Park Road Post Production very generously provide production support for Out Takes. Their expert staff compile our packages of short films. Their in-kind assistance is vital to Out Takes and the value of that assistance means they are our major Platinum sponsor.
Eventfinda is providing ticketing and marketing services for Out Takes 2014 including helping us create a tailored online booking page to make it as easy as possible to book multiple films. Their website is also an online cultural events calendar that focuses on what's on around New Zealand.
Christchurch City Creative Communities has helped fund Out Takes's return to Christchurch in 2014.
The Rule Foundation is a charity concerned with the welfare, wellbeing and health of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (GLBTI) people in New Zealand.
Out Takes has received a grant from the Auckland Council Creative Communities Scheme towards presenting the festival in that city.
ASB Community Trust is an independent grant-making organisation supporting the work of not-for-profit groups in Auckland and Northland. The Trust is the first mainstream or non-LGBTI community funder in the Auckland region to fund Out Takes.
Love Your Condom are sponsoring Out Takes 2014.
GayNZ.com is New Zealand's premier online portal for queer news, events and gossip.
Rainbow Wellington is a group representing the interests of, and organising social functions and activities for, lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual and related people in the greater Wellington region.
Auckland Rainbow Community Church | Te Hahi Waka Huihui i Nga Tangata o Tamaki Makaurau meets every Sunday evening at 7.30pm for worship, which usually takes the form of a Eucharist, at St Matthew-in-the-City, on the corner of Wellesley and Hobson Streets.
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Wellington is supporting our inclusion of film Boys from the Netherlands at Out Takes 2014.
express is New Zealand's only gay and lesbian magazine and has been published since 1992.
Goethe Institut New Zealand support our inclusion of German films in the festival.
Phantom Billstickers Ltd is New Zealand's largest and finest street poster and street media company.
GABA Charitable Trust has a principle objective to maintain a fund available to individuals and institutions for the explicit purpose of health, welfare, and support services for the benefit of the gay community of New Zealand.
Catering Belle, a full service catering company based in Woolston, Christchurch are donating catering for Christchurch Opening Night.
Gay Stay NZ is a network of accommodation hosted by gay, lesbian and transgendered people. Gay Stay NZ members have offered accommodation as prizes or for our festival guests.
Apple Juice Bar in the Rialto Centre, Newmarket are supporting our Auckland festival.
All Good Organics are supporting the Lesbian Gala in Wellington.
Mac's Naturally Brewed are supporting the Lesbian Gala in Wellington.
Capital Productions are supporting Opening Night and the Lesbian Gala.
Piko Wholefoods is a vegetarian wholefood store, specialising in certified organic and gluten free foods. They're supporting Out Takes in Christchurch.
Speight's Craft range supported Out Takes 2013 in Wellington.
Geoffrey C. Fashions have offered a prize for our festival guests for Auckland's Opening Night.
Odyssey Sensory Maze is an epic adventure through new worlds!
Purfex Mannequins & Forms is a family company owned by Glen Wilkin-Holland and Fraser Moreton and is a "renowned visual merchandising firm".
Evan Donnelly, The Massage Guy, has been involved with massage since early 2005 when he trained as a Masseur with the New Zealand College of Massage.
Urge Bar are sponsoring prizes at Out Takes Opening Night in Auckland.
Koromiko Homestay in Wellington have donated an accommodation package as a prize at Auckland Opening Night.
DNA Magazine are supporting Christchurch Opening Night.