Kerehona Films is a documentary filmmaking co-op founded by Canberra Filmmaker Kris Kerehona in 2006. Our team creates positive stories with a focus on the Australian identity, cultural landscapes and stories which reside in people.
Kris Kerehona is an emerging director and recipient of the Canberra Critic's Circle Award for his film Dancing Auschwitz (2012), winning best documentary film at the Canberra Short Film Festival. He has three documentary feature credits including Tibet's Cry for Freedom (2009), Between the Flags (2013) and Love Marriage in Kabul (2013). In 2013 he was commissioned to produce four documentary films for the Centenary of Canberra and is he also currently working on The Centenarians. Kris has worked in film and television as a producer, editor, and camera operator with experience in documentaries, television commercials, music videos and corporate videos. He holds a bachelors degree in communication, multimedia and media production from the University of Canberra and is currently employed as a video producer at the Australian War Memorial.