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    Māori film makers honoured

    Taika Waititi was amongst the Māori filmmakers honoured at the inaugural Ngā Aho Whakaari Māori Screen Awards at the weekend. 

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    Ngā Aho Whakaari to celebrate 20 years

    The Māori screen production organisation, Ngā Aho Whakaari is set to celebrate 20 years of operation with a hui at the Māori Screen Gala Ball & Awards.

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    Poi E reaches $1 mill at NZ Box Office

    The documentary Poi E: The Story of Our Song crossed the $1 million mark at the New Zealand Box Office at the weekend. 

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    Groundbreaking NZ feature film underway

    Filming has begun on an innovative New Zealand film project, Waru.

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    Māori doyenne of broadcasting passes

    Māori broadcaster, Puhi Rangiaho, has passed away after a long illness.  She died at Tauranga Hospital surrounded by whānau last night. 

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    Waititi hires indigenous talent for new Thor film

    Hunt for the Wilderpeople director Taika Waititi has worked with Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are hired to work on Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok film, currently being filmed in Australia.  

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    Hunt for the Wilderpeople continues to break records

    Hunt for the Wilderpeople is the number one New Zealand film of all time at the Australian box office.

  8. Video for 'Poi E: The Story of Our Song' film to Premiere at Civic Theatre
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    'Poi E: The Story of Our Song' film to Premiere at Civic Theatre

    A film based on one of New Zealand’s most successful Māori songs will have its World Premiere screening at Auckland’s Civic Theatre on the 14th of July.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Hunt For The Mozzie
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    Native Affairs- Hunt For The Mozzie

    Taika Waititi has taken his movie Hunt For The Wilderpeople across the ditch and is now calling himself "just another Māori on the Gold Coast".  But that Mozzie is now directing a multi-million dollar blockbuster.

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    Māori Film Festival mourn the loss of Co-Chair Huia Koziol

    80-year-old Huia Koziol, known for her work as Co-Chariman for the Wairoa Māori Film Festival, passed away on May 16 and was today laid to rest at Kahungunu marae.

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