For five Tuesday evenings in a row, the Māoriland Hub hosted a series of interactive kōrero called NATIVE MINDS. These were informal occasions where exceptional indigenous thinkers gathered to share […]
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!
M.A.T.C.H GOES TO SYDNEY! ‘Indigenous knowledge will save the planet,” The central statement for Ōtaki teenager Kaea Hakaraia-Hosking’s winning INDIGI HACK pitch. Held in Sydney, Australia on August 8-9, the […]
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, […]
E Tū Whānau is a movement for positive change. The E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Challenge is a collaboration between Māoriland and E Tū Whānau where rangatahi film leaders travel across […]
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 […]
Māoriland Film Festival thrives thanks to the support of a great many of our community and those who have come from near and far to lend a hand. Volunteers for MFF2019 now!
2018 was a big year for Māoriland and the Hub. Along with hosting a huge number of functions, we also get requests from folk asking about our plans for 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 […]
Each March, Māoriland Film Festival brings the world of Indigenous cinema to Ōtaki for five days of screenings workshops, art exhibitions and special events. The sixth annual Māoriland Film Festival […]
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 […]
We are looking for a Venue Manager to manage and grow the Māoriland Hub! The Māoriland Hub is a multidisciplinary arts space in Ōtaki on the Kāpiti Coast. Year-round we host […]
The NATIVe Fellows Programme is an international professional development opportunity for Indigenous producers to attend the European Film Market with 1-2 market-ready feature film projects. The NATIVe Fellows programme is […]
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 […]
A film written and produced by the director of Māoriland Film Festival is to have its world premiere in Toronto at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival. The Gravedigger […]
NGA MOEMOEĀ The Māoriland Hub Presents SUFFRAGE 2043 2018 marks the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand. 125 years ago Māori women were amongst those who signed the suffrage petition […]
Submissions are now open for the 6th Annual Māoriland Film Festival, which will take place from March 20 – 24, 2019 in Ōtaki, New Zealand. Māoriland Film Festival (MFF) is […]
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. […]
Rangatahi aged 13 – 24 are invited to join experienced filmmakers for a FREE two day rangatahi filmmaking workshop. Workshops will be held across Aotearoa – see the bottom of […]
Well, we scrubbed and we washed and laughed and we sighed but we did it! Caring for our earth is a collective effort. Thanks to our combined commitment during the […]