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  1. 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. 

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    A second chance at life

    Former league star and ex-convict Jaye Pukepuke continues to give back to his community, while also grooming the next generation of male leaders. 

  3. Video for New Greenpeace doco gives new insight on farming
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    New Greenpeace doco gives new insight on farming

    Greenpeace wants the Government to rethink the way that farmers farm.  In a documentary released today, The Regenerators, Greenpeace has some answers.

  4. Video for Waka Huia stands strong 30 years on
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    Waka Huia stands strong 30 years on

    For thirty years Waka Huia has been capturing, promoting and preserving the most prized and personal stories from within Māori communities on the silver screen, and after thousands of episodes, it is still going strong.

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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).

  6. 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.

  7. Video for 'Murupara Dreaming' documentary shines positive light
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    'Murupara Dreaming' documentary shines positive light

    'Murupara Dreaming' is a documentary that hopes to showcase this small, rural town as a place seeking a better future.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - The Sundance Kid
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    Native Affairs- The Sundance Kid

    Hollywood royalty touched down in Roto-Vegas this week.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Camp Bocage
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    Native Affairs- Camp Bocage

    He's best known for directing the original Dark Horse documentary on East Coast chess champ Genesis Potini. However, for his latest work, director Jim Marbrook has moved further across the board, to a far flung corner of the Pacific. 

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Still A Warrior
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    Native Affairs- Still A Warrior

    It has been 20 years since the film Once Were Warriors shocked the nation with its gritty portrayal of Māori family violence and dysfunction.

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