This week, six talented rangatahi were awarded for their effort in the ETW Rangatahi Film Challenge 2020/2021…
Seven new Māori creative projects received funding at Māoriland Film Festival 2021…
Join some of the most talented Indigenous creatives in four sessions that discuss ‘What is on our Native mind?’…
Head of the International Sámi Film Institute to be Māoriland’s first filmmaker in residence.
Anne Lajla Utsi is a champion of Sámi filmmaking that has grown from strength to strength through her work helming the International Sami Film Institute.
According to ‘The Comprehensive Annenberg Report on Diversity‘, only 3% of directors in film are women. In New Zealand, there has only ever been on Māori woman to direct a […]
In 2014, Māoriland Film Festival established an international festival to festival exchange program, sending Madeleine de Young on a 21 hour plane journey to imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival […]
When the Internet was developed it was coded in English with a Latin Alphabet. As of February 2016, Google translate supports 103 languages at various levels. This list is constantly […]
Caroline Monnet (Algonquin) and Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers (Blackfoot/Sami) have both been nominated for Canadian Screen Awards for their respective works, Roberta and Bihttoš. Roberta and Bihttoš were commissioned by imagineNATIVE Film and Media […]
Stories matter. Many stories matter. Stories have been used to dispossess and to malign, but stories can also be used to empower and to humanize. Stories can break the dignity […]