Showcasing our indigenous diversity in some of the finest New Zealand made documentaries. Made with the support of NZ On Air and available On Demand.
Documents the Rintoul collection of taonga on its journey from Tamaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum to The Kauri Museum.
Early NZ history documentary on the settlement of Otago by the Chinese and Scots and their interaction with Ngāi Tahu who owned the land. (RP)
Follow 8 students from an extraordinary Māori immersion school as they finish their last year of high school and fundraise to go on their first big overseas trip.
Join our hosts as they take you through the inner workings of New Zealand Parliament and learn how you can get involved and have your say.
"Under the Korowai" looks at Te Whare Marie, a kaupapa Maori mental health service provider that is combining tohunga-led spiritual and cultural therapy and clinical methods to help young Maori understand, rather than fear their gifts
Made with the support of NZ On Air. Drawing parallels and taking a look at a New Zealand that was divided not only by gender but also by race. This is the story of Māori women who have been forgotten by the mainstream narrative but not by Māori, for their involvement in the suffragette movement.
Made with the support of NZ On Air. Follow the experiences of several New Zealand born ex-prisoners abruptly deported from Australia and tossed into the hands of a remarkable group of men and women tirelessly working to help them turn their lives around.
(AO) The story of Te Kimiti Gilbert, a Māori engineer who began his demining career with the United Nations in Cambodia back in 1993. (PREMIERE)
(AO) Profiling Māori film and broadcasting legend, Don Selwyn, who left behind a legacy of talented young film and television experts that he mentored.
Māori Tā Moko artist, carver and musician Katz Maihi travels to Israel and Palestine to delve into similarities between our cultures. What starts as a straightforward collaboration evolves into a life changing experience.
Powerfully capturing Helen Ngahuia Thomas' last few months battling pancreatic cancer, where she finds that a Hospice is not just a place to pass on, and the importance of love and whānau during this time.
(AO) Sharing incredibly honest takes on drug addiction from former drug users, where their devastating pasts have transformed into extraordinary futures, with the help of Māori remedies. Made with the support of NZ On Air.