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  1. India's Forgotten People

    From respected forgers of armour and weaponry for Hindu kings in the 16th century to nomadic blacksmiths who barely survive, the history of India’s proud but forgotten Gadia Lohar community is told for the first time in Deana Uppal’s new 2020 documentary; India’s Forgotten People. The film provides a voice for a community that went from being highly respected to one of the country’s most poverty-stricken, selling handmade items from metal scraps and living on the margins of Indian society.

  2. The Land of the Enlightened

    How children master their lives in war-torn Afghanistan by engaging in ingenious commerce.

  3. Video for Loading Docs 2020, Ok Chloe
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    Loading Docs 2020, Ok Chloe

    Millennial MP, Chlöe Swarbrick, challenges the establishment during the most important year of her political career.

  4. Pick of the Litter

    Pick of the Litter follows a litter of puppies from the moment they're born and begin their quest to become Guide Dogs for the Blind, the ultimate canine career.

  5. Video for Te Awe, Episode 4
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    Te Awe, Episode 4

    Part of Te Awe’s mission is to improve the storage of these taonga in order to ensure that they are preserved for future generations. Discover the incredible lengths the Museum team go to i

  6. Video for Te Awe, Episode 3
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    Te Awe, Episode 3

    Some of the items in the Museum’s collection are in an incredibly fragile state and run the risk of disintegrating entirely. We take a look at the vital decisions being made regarding an es

  7. Video for Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 8
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    Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 8

    A Pākehā criminal lawyer sits down with a Māori former-prisoner to talk about Aotearoa’s justice system.

  8. Video for Te Awe, Episode 2
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    Te Awe, Episode 2

    Gathered from across Aotearoa, the Taumata Māreikura are a group of expert weavers, that assembled to share their knowledge and in turn learn from the incredible cloaks in the Museum’s coll

  9. Video for Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 7
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    Rediscovering Aotearoa, Episode 7

    How does the long shadow of racism and white supremacy affect Māori and Muslim communities? And how have they come together to heal?

  10. Video for Te Awe, An Aspiration, Episode 1
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    Te Awe, An Aspiration, Episode 1

    An Aspiration: Te Awe is about enriching, reorganising, and improving the care of our 10,000+ taonga Māori in a way that is embedded in Mātauranga Māori.

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