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    Pipi Mā to hit the big screen

    The world’s first Māori speaking dolls, Pipi Mā, is set to hit the big screen in a new cartoon on Wednesday 18th of April.

  2. Video for New Waikato Māori Women's Refuge film premiere
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    New Waikato Māori Women's Refuge film premiere

    A new documentary on domestic violence from Waikato Women's Refuge Te Whakaruruhau will premiere tonight. 

  3. Video for Sexual harassment non-existent in the Māori screen industry
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    Sexual harassment non-existent in the Māori screen industry

    Dr Ella Henry has asked amongst her community if they've experienced personally any harassment in the Māori screen industry and they've all said no.

  4. Video for NZ draws Oprah back to the big screen
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    NZ draws Oprah back to the big screen

    Oscar-nominated director Ava DuVernay says she used Oprah Winfrey’s love for New Zealand to convince her to star in the film A Wrinkle in Time.

  5. Video for Thor Ragnarok takes on te reo Māori
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    Thor Ragnarok takes on te reo Māori

    Matewa Media has announced that the Marvel blockbuster Thor Ragnarok now has subtitles in te reo Māori.

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    Golden Globes' black-out takes stand against industry injustices

    Kicking off award season for 2018, the 75th Golden Globes* was "blacked-out" as a powerful stand from Hollywood's A-listers against injustices in the entertainment industry.

  7. Video for Thor Ragnarok smashes NZ Box Office records
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    Thor Ragnarok smashes NZ Box Office records

    Director Taika Waititi continues to dominate the top of the Kiwi Box Office with his new movie Thor: Ragnarok toppling his 2016 film, Hunt For The Wilderpeople.

  8. Video for Kiwis are taking over Hollywood with Thor:Ragnarok
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    Kiwis are taking over Hollywood with Thor:Ragnarok

    Taika Waititi has assembled a team of New Zealanders for the Thor: Ragnarok project. Actors, production designers, camera operators and stunt coordinators worked together to create the Marvel Universe and in doing helped each other realise childhood dreams.

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    Māori filmmaker takes to Global International Film Festival Circuit

    Award winning Māori filmmaker Renae Maihi (Ngāti Whakaue, Ngāpuhi) has three films screening on the Global International Film Festival Circuit and two out of the three has te reo Māori content.

  10. Video for Native Affairs: The Mystery Of The Māori Hollywood Star
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    Native Affairs: The Mystery Of The Māori Hollywood Star

    It’s one of Hollywood’s oldest mysteries – with a Māori twist. Screen goddess Merle Oberon was just as famous as legends such as Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor. But did she hide her Māori and Indian culture to succeed in Hollywood?

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