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  1. Stories We Tell

    A film that excavates layers of myth and memory to find the elusive truth at the core of a family of storytellers.

  2. Searching for Winnetou

    The story of Ojibway author and humourist Drew Hayden Taylor’s quest to understand the roots of the German Obsession with Native North Americans.

  3. Video for Navajo Springtime
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    Navajo Springtime

    The Navajos occupy a territory the size of Belgium which overlaps three states: Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico. They are the biggest Indian nation in the United States.

  4. Video for The Disappearing Delta
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    The Disappearing Delta

    This award-winning film chronicles the lives of those who are experiencing that loss in the deepest parts of the Mississippi Delta.

  5. Video for McQueen
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    McQueen

    (M) The life and career of fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen: from his start as a tailor, to launching and overseeing his eponymous line and his untimely death. (2018)

  6. Video for The Khoekhoe Saga
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    The Khoekhoe Saga

    Explores the cultural genocide, and dispossession of land inflicted on South Africa’s indigenous people. (2020)

  7. NZ Wars- Stories of Waikato- Tainui

    NZ Wars - Stories of Waikato Combines oral histories, animations and dramatic re-enactments bringing to life the narratives of Waikato-Tainui in their epic battle against the British Empire. This was made with the support of NZ On Air.

  8. Video for Children of the Revolution
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    Children of the Revolution

    This doco profiles 6 key activists and their children, who were born into activism. Hear their stories and insight into social justice and political reform built by their parent’s activism.

  9. Navajo Springtime

    During a trip across the Navajo reservation, we will meet some of the natives living there who are active in the fight for their identity.

  10. He Ao Kotahi- The One World Project

    Māori master carver, Ta moko artist and musician Katz Maihi travels to Israel and Palestine to collaborate with Israeli and Palestinian artists.  They trade ideas, disciplines, traditions and histories highlighting the evolution or disappearance of their artforms.  Through an indigenous lens we reveal a lot more than what indigenous art looks like in 2016.

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