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MĀORILAND FILM FESTIVAL
15 – 19 MARCH 2017
Māoriland Film Festival is an international indigenous film festival that celebrates indigenous voices and story telling in film. Each March, Māoriland brings films and their creators to Ōtaki on New Zealand’s Kapiti Coast for five days of screenings, workshops and special events.
TĀRIA TAKU MOKO MĀORI KI NGĀ KIRIATA O TE WĀ
EMBED MY NATIVE SOUL IN FILM
MĀORILAND RANGATAHI FILM FESTIVAL
Māoriland Film Festival invites schools to attend the first MRFF – from March 15 – 17.
The MRFF features short and feature film screenings, workshop and kōrero opportunities for students.
Click through to view the 2017 MRFF programme
MRFF SESSIONS ARE ONLY $2 PER STUDENT PER SESSION OR $5 PER STUDENT FOR A WHOLE DAY
CREATE A FILM
Students are invited to participate in the 2017 Māoriland Rangatahi Filmmaking Challenge – they are asked to use their “film voice” to make a 5 min film that tells their story from their perspective as a young person in Aotearoa.
It can be about any issue or topic they want in any style they want. If their film is selected, it will be screened at the Māoriland Rangatahi Film Festival to audiences of rangatahi, filmmakers and film festival programmers from all over the world!
What is indigenous film?
Indigenous films are works created by individuals or groups of people who self-identify as indigenous. Indigenous peoples are also known as Native Peoples, First Peoples or Tribal Peoples and are characterised by language, enduring spiritual and cultural beliefs and practices and a close connection to lands and/or territories.
‘How does your native soul inform your work?’
Māoriland Film Festival celebrates the vibrant and diverse perspectives of indigenous peoples from around the globe. At Māoriland you may see films from as far abroad as the Sámi people of Northern Europe to indigenous stories of North America, Asia and the Pacific. The films themselves are as diverse as the people – from comedies to drama to documentary. At Māoriland, you will laugh, you may cry and hopefully, you will go home inspired.
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