Annie Goldson, NZOM, is probably New Zealand's most award-laden documentary filmmaker. She is known for her thought-provoking feature-length documentaries Punitive Damage, Georgie Girl, An Island Calling, and Brother Number One. Goldson’s recent documentary He Toki Huna: New Zealand in Afghanistan (made with Kay Ellmers) looks at New Zealand’s longest millitary engagement.
After starting her career in improv comedy, Cal Wilson has gone on to work in Australia and the United States.
Actor and stand-up comedian Rhys Darby is arguably best known as hapless Flight of the Conchords band manager Murray.