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Māoriland Charitable Trust

Tāria taku moko Māori ki ngā kiriata o te wā
Embed My Native Soul In Film

Māoriland Film Festival

New Zealand’s International Indigenous Film Festival

March 15 – 19 2023


The Māoriland Hub is a centre of excellence for Māori Film and Creative Arts. It is a home for the Indigenous, a home for the arts, a home for ideas and conversations – he whare taketake, he whare tapere, he whare kōrero. 

Open year-round in Ōtaki Village, the Māoriland Hub is a creative space that provides access to the creative arts including art, film, technology, music, dance, theatre and more. 

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Toi Matarau

Experience Toi Māori from traditional and contemporary artists both emerging and established.  

Toi Matarau at the Māoriland Hub is a home for Māori and Indigenous artists to connect within a diverse community of like minded creatives.  Where visual storytelling continues to support and enrich social and economic well-being

Māoriland Productions

Developing the work of Indigenous filmmakers in Aotearoa and across the Indigenous world. 

A Samoan couple slow dance in the background of a family sitting room. In the foreground other family members are reading.
A group of filmmakers stand in front of a screen with the NATIVE Slam 3 logo behind them. In the centre a filmmaker holds a giant wooden pipi.
A small boy is pictured in a dim room on a red old school telephone.


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Māoriland Tech Creative Hub

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Ngā Pakiaka

Rangatahi Film LEaders
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E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Challenge

Matariki Ramaroa

Kāpiti Light Arts Festival

June 24 – July 23 2022