Māoriland invites film, video, digital and interactive media work and artwork (all mediums) made by Indigenous creatives to submit their projects for Māoriland Film Festival 2024. Māoriland Film Festival was […]
The 10th Anniversary Māoriland Film Festival was held from March 15-19 in Ōtaki, Aotearoa. At the closing night’s Red Carpet event, the four award winning films were announced, chosen by […]
Māoriland celebrates ten years of collaboration with E Tū Whānau (ETW) for the annual Rangatahi (youth) Film Awards held during the Māoriland Film Festival (MFF). The ETW Rangatahi Film Awards […]
After establishing the Māoriland Film Festival (MFF) 10 years ago, festival director Libby Hakaraia is stepping aside after the 2023 festival, with Madeleine Hakaraia de Young taking up the position. […]
From March 15 – 19 2023, Māoriland Film Festival (MFF) will present its largest programme yet in celebration of the 10th year of the festival. Today the festival announces the inclusion […]
This year, the Māoriland Film Festival (MFF) celebrates a decade of Indigenous storytelling in Aotearoa and presents the largest showcase in the festival’s history.
Māoriland, New Zealand’s international Indigenous film festival is calling for submissions for MFF2023 – the 10th Māoriland Film Festival. MFF2023 runs from March 15 – 19, 2023. Five days of […]
From 29 June to 3 July, over 100 films from 132 Indigenous nations were screened at the ninth Māoriland Film Festival. At the closing night’s Red Carpet event, the five […]