There are true life stories that never been forgotten or ignored. An emerging young film maker Isaiah Tour’s latest animated documentary film is now available to view here at Fresh.


A young New Zealander doesn’t know much about his father even though they have lived together for almost twenty-five years. Isaiah decides to make a film about his dad, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge regime in the hope that it will bring them together. Using animation the two work together to explore Huat’s untold refugee story.

This is one of the Someday Stories series of six short takes on sustainability by young film-makers from Aotearoa New Zealand.

Online now at The Wireless, Maori Television On Demand and
Supported by NZ On Air, the New Zealand Film Commission and The Body Shop.
Rating: PG
Genre: Animated Documentary
Producer/Director/Writer: Isaiah Tour
Production Mentor: Leanne Pooley

Watch the Film

Read Isaiah’s full information here: A_LIFE_LIKE_THIS_PRESSKIT_0808

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