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  1. Wairoa Film Festival - Photo / Aaron Tauoma
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    Wairoa Film Festival award winners for 2017

    The annual Wairoa Film Festival drew in indigenous film-makers and supporters to the Kahungunu district over the long weekend.

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    Rachel House honoured for over 25 years in Performing Arts

    Rachel House of Ngāti Mutunga and Ngāi Tahu descent is now an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for her contribution to Performing Arts.

  3. Video for TAHUA 2017: NZ Screen Industry
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    TAHUA 2017: NZ Screen Industry

    Over $300 million has been allocated to support the continuation of the New Zealand Screen industry grants, both globally and domestically.  Māori are calling for more in order to support the ever-increasing demands within the industry.

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    TAHUTA 2017: Hunt for the funding people

    $303.9mil from Budget 2017 will be allocated to support the continuation of New Zealand screen industry grants, both globally and domestically.  But Māori in the New Zealand screen industry say it's not enough.

  5. Video for Cliff Curtis confirms NZ a potential hot spot for Avatar sequel
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    Cliff Curtis confirms NZ a potential hot spot for Avatar sequel

    New Zealand has been tipped as one of the locations to film the sequel of Avatar. Movie star Cliff Curtis Maori Television to share his news with our reporter Taroi Black after meeting up with the film director, James Cameron, since landing a new role in this billion dollar franchise.

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    Thor: Ragnarok sneak peek surpasses records

    The trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, the third installment in the Thor franchise was released this week, with huge interest from fans worldwide.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Writer’s Retreat
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    Native Affairs- Writer’s Retreat

    Hollywood screenwriter David Seidler hit the headlines when he won an Oscar in 2011 for ‘The King’s Speech’. He used his own experiences as a stutterer and how he was inspired by King George VI’s efforts to overcome his serious speech impediment.

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    Māoriland film festival set to showcase indigenous talent

    One hundred films from 15 different countries and 71 indigenous nations are set to showcase at the Māoriland Film Festival which begins today in Ōtaki.

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    Award winning Māori filmmakers aim to increase diversity in industry

    Writing, directing and starring in a winning film may sound like a daunting task, but for Waikato filmmaking duo Mary Rinaldi and Sasha Nixon, passion and resourcefulness has landed them three awards in the Tropfest NZ 2017 short film festival: ‘Best Film’, ‘Best Actress’ and the ‘Te Tohu Auahatanga Maori Award’ for outstanding Māori creativity in film.

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    Poi-e director to present documentary screening on marae anniversary

    Tomorrow night Wintec’s marae, Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa, celebrates its fifth birthday with a special event starting at 6pm.  The marae is welcoming acclaimed Māori director, actor and writer Tearepa Kahi and his wife Reikura who will present his documentary Poi - e, The Story of our Song (2016).

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