Māoriland Film Festival is excited to announce the Opening and Closing night films for the 7th annual International Indigenous Film Festival. Māoriland Film Festival 2020 will take place from March […]
The Māoriland Film Festival is grateful for the small and large acts of generosity that we often receive. We offer heartfelt thanks to any who wish to make donations to […]
Lights, Camera, Toronto! Aotearoa’s youngest directors to debut at imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival
At 16 yrs old, Oriwa Hakaraia and Te Mahara Tamehana are Aotearoa’s youngest directors to debut at an international festival. They need your support!
The E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Challenge is an opportunity for rangatahi up to the age of 24 to create films that present their perspective as young people in Aotearoa. In 2018, […]
Announcing the programme for the largest Indigenous film festival in the southern hemisphere The biggest Indigenous film festival in the southern hemisphere is almost here. Hosted in Ōtaki on the […]
22 January 2019 Media Release ‘Vai’ – A tour de force from female filmmakers will have its Southern hemisphere premiere at the sixth annual Māoriland Film Festival in Ōtaki in […]
Māoriland Film Festival (MFF) is among some of NZ’s best events as a finalist in the 2018 NZEA Event Awards. The MFF is one of five finalists in the Best […]
Māoriland Film Festival seeks Indigenous filmmakers from across the globe for the fourth annual NATIVE Slam!
The NATIVE Slam is an international Indigenous filmmaking challenge. Each year in the days leading up to Māoriland Film Festival Indigenous filmmakers team up in New Zealand to make a […]
Maoriland Film Festival is Aotearoa’s international Indigenous film festival. Each March, Māoriland brings Indigenous filmmakers from around the world to celebrate their work with screenings, workshops, and other special events. […]
MĀORILAND FILM FESTIVAL 2018 – COMPLETE LIST OF FILMS NZ Premieres of award-winning international Indigenous feature films: After the Apology (Australia) directed by Larissa Benhrendt Birkebeinerne (Norway) directed by Nils […]
The Māoriland Charitable Trust is looking for Rangatahi Māori Film Leaders. If you are passionate about film and love working with other rangatahi – we want you! With support from The […]
In 2017, the Māoriland Film Festival introduced its first series of awards – a People’s Choice Award for Best Feature, Best Documentary and Best Short Film. Audience members were asked […]