Known For: Directing · Gender: Male · Place of Birth: New Zealand
Richard Sidey is a conservation, adventure and wildlife filmmaker / photographer based in New Zealand.
Movies & TV shows
In the Theatre of the Gogs
There is art and adventure in New Zealand. The film has two different perspectives.
Whales in a Changing Ocean
Wildlife photographer Richard Sidey joins an international team of whale research scientists in Antarctica to document their work on how Humpback Whales are adapting to a changing ocean.
Death to 2020
Even the creators of Black Mirror couldn't make it up, but that doesn't mean they don't have a little something to add. The comedy event that tells the story of the dreadful year that was is a documen...
Wingsuit BASE jumping is often presented as a rush. The more contemplative aspects of jumping are explored in Spellbound, as David and his friends venture into the mountains around his home in New Zea...
Five Kiwis take on a paragliding adventure in Tanzania, with the ultimate aim to fly from the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro.
A black-and-white visual meditation of wilderness and the elements. Wildlife filmmaker Richard Sidey returns to the triptych format for a cinematic experience like no other.
The Breath Connection
A portrait of free diver Kathryn Nevatt, former World Champion and current New Zealand record holder in all three disciplines.
The Last Turtle
The Last Turtle documents the work of the Dominica Sea Turtle Conservation Organisation (DomSeTCO). Illegal poaching, plastic pollution and climate change are the main challenges facing Dominica's end...
A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity
A feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises.
Bikes for Africa
Bikes for Africa is an entertaining, insightful and moving documentary following the life adventures of Hap Cameron and Mandy Todd, and their attempt to help implement a self sustainable bike workshop...
Landscapes at the World's Ends
A non-verbal visual journey to the polar regions of our planet is portrayed through a trilogy of photography and video. Landscape at the World's Ends is a multi-dimensional canvas of imagery recorded ...
Dealing heavily with perceptions of time, Aeon documents the urban cityscape as Wellington transforms through a zen-influenced eternal cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth within a 24-hour period.