Eight has been providing world-class line service support to clients from around the world for more than 20 years. We pride ourselves on making every aspect of production simple, cost affective, and of the highest quality. Eight provides end-to-end full-service capabilities from pre-production right through to post-production delivery. Eight has executed successful line productions for clients from the U.S, U.K, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Australia and New Zealand offer some of the most diverse locations in the world. From snowy mountains, glaciers and lush native forest to tropical beaches, deserts, and waterfalls. Its cityscapes can also double for any international city. The architecture ranges from Victorian to the most modern contemporary international style.
Find out about Australia &
New Zealand weather
New Zealand & Australia’s seasons are the reverse of those in the Northern Hemisphere, which makes them both perfect places to film out of season. Both offer long days in summer and some of the best weather, with coastal winds bringing warm highs across both countries.
New Zealand’s South Island and central North Island mountains are blanketed with snow from July – September, offering the perfect backdrop & playground to film winter activities. New Zealand’s Summer is December – March, a time of year when the coastline is dotted with the beautiful red flowers of the Pohutukawa tree and many beaches resemble deserted tropical islands.
Australia’s expansive geographical footprint means we are able to deliver almost any weather requirements you may need, year-round. From the scorching North & West coasts to the cooler East & South, Australia is your one-stop shop.
We have amazing crew that
work on all of our jobs
New Zealand boasts some of the most talented and experienced crew in the world, meaning we can offer an unrivalled skillset. We have Oscar-winning DOPs, production designers, make-up artists, model builders and wardrobe stylists.
New Zealand crews are not unionised and have a standard work day of 10 hours. In Australia, a standard work day of 8 hours applies. All crew are happy to negotiate hours, days and rates on a job-by- job basis, making us one of the most film-friendly locations to operate in.