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    Anzac Wallace "more than an actor"

    Anzac Wallace is best known for his role as Te Wheke in iconic film Utu. He passed away yesterday aged 76 after a battle with cancer.  Wallace is being remembered by friends and colleagues for his work in the community as much as his acting.

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    'Utu' lead actor Anzac Wallace passes away

    Anzac Wallace (Ngāpuhi) starred as guerrilla leader Te Wheke, in the classic Māori Western, Utu.  He attracted worldwide attention despite never having acted before and went on to star in many other New Zealand films.

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    Nine Pasifika filmmakers premiere 'Vai' tonight

    The creators of the critically acclaimed film Waru are now set to premiere their newest film, Vai tonight in Auckland.

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    Moana to be performed in te reo Māori at Disney On Ice

    For the first time ever, Disney’s Moana is coming to Aotearoa to be performed in te reo Māori at the hugely popular Disney On Ice show.

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    Māoriland Film Festival announces winners

    The Māoriland Film Festival has revealed the People's Choice Award Winners - He Kahurangi Māoriland 2019.

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    Māoriland brings indigenous filmmakers together

    The 2019 Māoriland Film Festival is on in Ōtaki, showcasing 138 indigenous films from around the world, giving Māori and other indigenous creatives an outlet to create and collaborate.

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    Māoriland: Native issues through an indigenous lens

    Māoriland Film Festival is Aotearoa’s International Indigenous Film Festival. Te Ao spoke with festival director Libby Hakaraia about its growth and purpose.

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    Film addressing domestic violence, alcohol, drugs wins award

    Rangatahi at a youth justice residence in Auckland have taken out the top prize at a film festival with their short film What You Don't Know.

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    New film promotes Pasifika female empowerment

    The critically acclaimed film Waru was a resounding success and its producers are about to premiere their newest film, Vai.

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    Oscars- Yalitza Aparicio first Latina indigenous best actress nominee

    Mexican actress Yalitza Aparicio has become the first Latina indigenous woman to receive an Oscar nomination in the Best Actress category.  The 25-year-old actress has Mixtec and Triqui heritage.

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