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  1. Video for Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 3
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    Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 3

    There are 110 statues or monuments in Wellington, but only 10 represent Māori narratives. Safari Hynes & Peter McKenzie meet to discuss whose ancestors are represented around the city.

  2. Video for Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 2
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    Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 2

    Ngā Hinepūkōrero are a group of champion slam poets fluent in te reo. They meet fellow poet, Takunda Muzondiwa, who moved to Aotearoa from Zimbabwe as a child.

  3. Video for Dust and Bones
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    Dust and Bones

    Takes us through the discovery, preservation and rededication of human remains and artifacts, and with them, a reclamation of First Nations culture and history.

  4. Video for Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 1
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    Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 1

    Atamira Tumarae-Nuku, a Maungapōhatu local welcomes Tait Burge, an inner-city Wellington conservationist to Te Urewera. How do we protect our land when we are disconnected from it?

  5. Kedi

    A profile of an ancient city and its unique people, seen through the eyes of the most mysterious and beloved animal humans have ever known, the Cat.

  6. Old Dog

    Retired New Zealand farmer and dog trainer Paul Sorenson passes his knowledge to the next generation of shepherds, and reflects on the sacrifices he's made to pursue his intense passion for dogs.

  7. Boy Nomad

    BOY NOMAD follows a year in the life of 9-year old Janibek, who lives with his family in Mongolia’s Altai Mountains.

  8. Tapu Te Ranga Marae

    The documentary gives us the rich history of the Marae and introduces us to Kaumatua Bruse Stewart in the last years of his life.

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    Rediscovering Aotearoa

    The series travels Aotearoa meeting young Kiwi's as they discuss the impacts of colonisation today, modern race relations and how they are decolonising themselves. 

  10. We are Tuvalu

    A group of talented film students travel to Tuvalu to work with a group of interested local youth 17 - 29, to teach them how to shoot and produce a documentary on the plight of Tuvalu.

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