Vic Long is a media executive with a young family and a bright future. But when a petty crime throws a strange light on the world he has made, he begins to question the very facts of his existence.

REALITi is a science fiction film starring Nathan Meister, Michelle Langstone, Graham McTavish, Aroha White, Miranda Manasiadis, Nathaniel Lees and Tim Wong. It premiered at the New Zealand International Film Festival 2014 and was selected to screen at Fantastic Fest 2014.
Michelle Langstone
Graham McTavish
Aroha White
Nathan Meister
Michelle Langstone
Nathan Meister and Tim Wong
REALITi Directed by Jonathan King
Tim Wong and Richard Whiteside
Aroha White
REALITi
Nathan Meister
Graham McTavish and Nathan Meister
Nathan Meister and Aroha White
Tim Wong

Michelle Langstone
REALITi received five nominations in the 2014 New Zealand Film Awards: Best Self Funded Film; Best Actress - Michelle Langstone: Best Actor - Nathan Meister; Best Score - Victoria Kelly; Best Screenplay - Chad Taylor.
"A mind bending puzzle box conceived in part to demonstrate that big ideas are far more important than big budgets, REALITi plays like the bastard love child of Rod Serling and George Orwell as filtered through the classic New Wave." -- Todd Brown, Fantastic Fest
"In a banner year for New Zealand genre films, REALITi stands out as a sober, serious minded science-fiction concept served in plain clothes. By downplaying its genre trappings in favor of a more grounded approach, REALITi delivers an emotional sucker-punch while still giving viewers plenty to puzzle over." – Doug Dillaman, The Lumiere Reader 
This is a deliberately paced mind bender ... A societal science fiction horror film. Now, it isn't horror in the bogeyman sense, it's horror because the idea of chemicals that can reprogram your perception of reality toward a corporate or governmental agenda is not only terrifying, but ingested intelligence is something that some scientists and tech watchers are predicting as being something that will be in our world in very short order. We've heard that the powers that be have figured out how to suppress and alter memories and this film plays with that disconcerting reality. Nathan Meister does a great job of being off center throughout the film. He's having colliding realities that are not discernable to his senses, but he's feeling things are slipping. He's trying to understand what happened to him, and navigating this bad trip is... well, the fun of this film. The more you hang in there, the more you're rewarded. – Harry Knowles, Ain't It Cool News.


REALITi

Nathan Meister... Vic
Michelle Langstone...  Selma
Graham McTavish... Mandrake
Aroha White... Jessamine
Miranda Manasiadis... Meg
Nathaniel Lees... George 
Tim Wong... Lo
Richard Whiteside... Hunter
Erin Banks... Tori 
Paul Waggott... William 
William Brandt... Eddie

Directed by Jonathan King
Written by Chad Taylor
Producers Jonathan King, Chad Taylor
Music Victoria Kelly
Director of photography Freddy Lombard
Editor Ida Sessions
First assistant director Lee Tolley
Second assistant director Isaac Cleland
Production Design Stewart Pike
Construction coordinator Tim Barlow
Production sound recordist Jack Barrowman
Sound mixer Phil Burton
Sound mixer Ian Leslie
Foley / sound editing Tom Frame
Music mix Chris van de Geer
Makeup artist Kelly Manu
Makeup artist Cath McGuire
Additional makeup Vanessa Hurley
Stunt coordinator Tim Wong
Gaffer Oren Graham
Lighting technicians Joseph Hambleton, Quade Biddle
First assistant Camera Nicole Winer
Camera assistant Lawrance Simpson
Wardrobe co-ordinator Emma Aubin
THANKS TO: Armstrong Prestige Wellington, Sandra Bestall, Matt Byrne, Todd Brown, Simon de Bruyn, Chow, Rebekah Davies, Gill Evans, Gregory Evans, Hunters & Collectors, Richard Fletcher, The Green Parrot, Good Luck Bar, Tim Gordon, Adrian Greshof, Carly Harris, Clinton den Heyer, Gwen Isaac, Johnson & Laird, Alex Keiller, Paula Keiller, Mark Matthews, Clinton Phillips, Freya Milner, Portsmouth, Rocket Rentals, Rubber Monkey, Jimmy Sakoufakis, Andrew Savage, Nigel Stanford, Jason Stutter, Anna Stillaman, Christopher Taylor, Jeanette Troon, Matthew Yardley
SPECIAL THANKS TO: Rebecca Priestley, Debra Daley