Lights, camera, action! Are you ready to be part of something truly special?

We're calling on businesses and organisations in the Nelson Tasman and Marlborough regions to join us as sponsors of this year's festival. By becoming a sponsor, you'll not only support the growth of the local film industry but also align your brand with an event that celebrates community, culture, and creativity.

Why sponsor the Top of the South Film Festival?

🌟 Visibility: Put your brand in the spotlight and reach a diverse audience of film enthusiasts, creatives, and community members.

🎥 Impact: Invest in the future of filmmaking in the Nelson Tasman region and contribute to the growth of local talent.

💼 Networking: Forge valuable connections with filmmakers, industry professionals, and fellow sponsors at exclusive events and screenings.

🌱 Community: Show your commitment to supporting local arts and culture, and make a positive impact on the community.


From prominent logo placement to VIP access and exciting sponsorship packages, we offer a range of cost-effective opportunities to showcase your brand and demonstrate your support for the arts.

Join us in bringing the magic of cinema to Nelson and be part of an event that leaves a lasting impression on our community. Together, we can make this year's Top of the South Film Festival the best one yet!

Ready to take centre stage as a sponsor?

Get in touch with us today to explore your sponsorship opportunities and become part of the excitement. Let's make movie magic together!

Past Sponsors

We are extremely grateful for the support of our sponsors each year.

Their support helps make the film festival possible.

Pomeroy’s • Screen Marlborough • New World • Fresh Choice Richmond • Envisage Design • First National Marlborough • NMIT •  YikesNelson • The Fancy Cow • Tall Poppy • WOW Museum • Mapua Bakery • Visionco • Blue Sky Solutions • Cabin Masters •  Gravity Events • Paper Nautilus Café • Red 16 • Sublime Coffee • Alioke Eatery • Hogarth Chocolate • Hogland Glass • Neudorf Vineyards