Blenheim-raised Aaron Falvey began making films with friends at the age of nine. Since then he has worked on short films in a variety of roles. His World War ll drama The Flame was judged best local short film at the 2017 Auckland International Film Festival. Keen to encourage the growth of a viable film industry in the upper South Island, Falvey co-founded the Top of the South Film Production Society in 2015, as well as a film festival of the same name. He has also worked for the New Zealand Defence Force making promotional videos.

I want to allow filmmakers in our region to have access to a wider pool of talent to enable them to produce the best films possible ... my long term goal is to establish a thriving film industry in the region which creates employment opportunities for our talented cast and crew. Aaron Falvey on the Top of the South Film Production Society
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Ascendence

2018, Director, Producer - Short Film

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Father Between

2017, Co-Director - Short Film

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The Flame

2015, Co-Director, Producer, Editor - Short Film

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Alone

2014, Director, Cinematographer, Editor - Short Film

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Bloodless

2013, Co-Director, Writer, Editor - Short Film

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Recruit Course

2008, Producer, Camera, Editor - Short Film

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Signs 2

2007, Director, Cinematographer - Short Film