MAP's debut feature, psychological thriller For Good had its NZ premiere as part of the 2003 NZ International Film Festivals. Its international premiere was at the 2003 Montreal Film Festival where it competed in the Cinema of Oceania section. For Good was also selected to compete in the Critics Choice section of the 2004 Paris Film Festival. For Good has screened at the Hawaii, Kerala and St Tropez Film Festivals (where Michelle Langstone won Best Actress, Antipodes).

For Good had a New Zealand theatrical release and was praised as a "A fine addition to New Zealand cinema... a film that will linger in the forefront of your mind".

MAP has several features in development, including the story of genius NZ poet, novelist and journalist Robin Hyde who was the first woman journalist to report from the war front during the Japanese invasion of China in 1938.