SHORT FILM PROGRAMMES
Bingo Shorts

Bingo Shorts

Provoking stories from around the globe combined with the tension and fun of bingo!
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Brave New Lens

Brave New Lens

A selection of short films by our upcoming rangatahi filmmakers
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KĀKANO SHORTS

KĀKANO SHORTS

Te Kakano is a stunning immersive space within Ngā Purapura. Take your shoes off and step inside this quiet space to enjoy a programme of intimate short films.
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NATIVE SLAM II

NATIVE SLAM II

The NATIVE Slam II was held over 72 hours in the week prior to MFF17.
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NATIVE SLAM III

NATIVE SLAM III

In the days leading up to the MFF 2018 filmmakers from different Indigenous nations collaborate in a 72-hour film challenge. Watch this years NATIVE Slam's films during this screening!
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Ookie Spookies

Ookie Spookies

A selection of short films that will spook you!
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PACIFIC VOICES

PACIFIC VOICES

Pacific Voices is the culmination of a craft development programme by Commonwealth Writers. Six writer/directors from Tonga and Papua New Guinea attended script development workshops with local script editors before developing their own scripts and shooting their own films, with the assistance of Brown Sugar Apple Grunt Productions (NZ).
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Stories of the enduring spirit

Stories of the enduring spirit

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Thinking at the edge of the world

Thinking at the edge of the world

These documentaries are part of a long-term research project ‘Thinking at the Edge of the World. Perspectives from the North’. Including different forms of public programming with lectures, conversations and events, together with Sámi artists and activists speaking about crucial moments in their recent history and today’s challenges within the region in the North of Norway.
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Through Our Lens

Through Our Lens

āori connect with other peoples of the Pacific through a shared ancestor – Kiwa, hence ‘Te Moananui a Kiwa – The great ocean of Kiwa’. With support from UNESCO, Māoriland took 14 rangatahi Māori filmmakers to the Pacific in September, 2017. They travelled to Rarotonga, Hawaii, Samoa and Tahiti to work with young people in each nation.
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WAIRUA SHORTS

WAIRUA SHORTS

We each have a spirit or soul that exists within us from creation, and continues without us beyond death.
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Whakapapa Shorts

Whakapapa Shorts

We are all connected.
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WHĀNAU SHORTS

WHĀNAU SHORTS

Family comes in many shapes, but where there is love there is family.
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Whenua Shorts

Whenua Shorts

Land is the giver of life. We are the land and return to it. We hold the land in trust for our children.
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