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    NZ film Born To Dance to hit screens in September

    The country is eagerly anticipating the release of New Zealand’s first multi-million dollar dance film Born To Dance, which hits cinemas nationwide on September 24th. 

  2. Video for 'Belief - The possession of Janet Moses' to feature at NZ International Film Festival
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    'Belief- The possession of Janet Moses' to feature at NZ International Film Festival

    A documentary which looks in depth at the death of 22-year-old Janet Moses in October 2007 will feature at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

  3. Video for Native Affairs - Ever The Land
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    Native Affairs- Ever The Land

    Sarah Grohnert is a German film-maker. Three-years-ago, she seemingly came out of the blue, and into the mist, to film a documentary following the design and construction of Tuhoe's landmark building “Te Uru Taumatua.”

  4. Video for Native Affairs - The Chief
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    Native Affairs- The Chief

    Actor, artist and motivational speaker, Saginaw Grant is considered a living legend amongst his First Nations tribe.  

  5. Video for Powerful premiere for Tūhoe "Ever the Land" documentary
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    Powerful premiere for Tūhoe "Ever the Land" documentary

    Ngāi Tūhoe is aiming to move forward from the dark days of grievances over severe colonisation between the New Zealand Government.

  6. Video for Tūhoe to feature in New Zealand International film festival
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    Tūhoe to feature in New Zealand International film festival

    The premiere of a film which captures the conception of the first living building in New Zealand will showcase next month at the New Zealand International Film Festival taking place in Auckland.  'Ever the Land' is a film directed by Sarah Grohnert and tells the story of Te Wharehou o Tūhoe.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Wairoawood
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    Native Affairs- Wairoawood

    It is a long way from Hollywood, but for the last decade Māori film-makers have gathered in the tiny East Coast settlement of Wairoa to showcase and celebrate the best of Māori cinema.

  8. Ngā Aho Whakaari to host Matariki Ngā Aho Shorts gala night - Photo / file
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    Matariki Ngā Aho Shorts upcoming Gala night

    Ngā Aho Whakaari are hosting "Matariki Ngā Aho Shorts" this weekend, in celebration of Māori short films and the hard working people behind the scenes.

  9. Video for Ruatoki-based short film to show in NZ International Film Festival
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    Ruatoki-based short film to show in NZ International Film Festival

    Ow What, is a short film about a young Māori boy from Ruatoki who wants to follow in his father's All Black footsteps.  But in one night, his whole world changes forever.  The film has been selected for Best Shorts category at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

  10. Video for World Māori Film Festival Congress launched in Wairoa
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    World Māori Film Festival Congress launched in Wairoa

    The Wairoa Māori Film Festival is broadening its horizon internationally with the launch of Hawaiiki Hōu: The World Māori Film Festival Congress.

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