Māoriland Rangatahi Film Festival is a two-day programme curated by Ngā Pakiaka, Māoriland’s rangatahi filmmaking group. MRFF2020 is for school and rangatahi of all ages. Attending filmmakers are available for a Q&A. Entry is by gold coin.
Each year school students travel from near and far to attend the MRFF. Registrations are essential to guarantee seating!
Once registered, teachers or parents will receive an information pack with further details about all films as well as suggested talking points for their tamariki.
The E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Challenge is an opportunity for rangatahi up to the age of 24 to create films from their perspective as young people in Aotearoa. It’s about empowering rangatahi to tell their own stories through film. Films screened in this session were made by rangatahi aged 12 - 24 during workshops […]Find out more »
13 + Coarse language & mature themes To come of age is to be shaped by the knowledge of our ancestors with an understanding of the responsibilities of the years to come. HINEKURA Year: 2019Director: Becs ArahangaDuration: 17 minutesLanguage: MāoriNation: Kai Tahu, Ngāti Raukawa ki Kati Hiku, Waitaha On the day she gets her first […]Find out more »
This programme has been selected for teina of all ages, to inspire, excite and broaden understanding of the Indigenous world. ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS, MIRACLE?! Year: 2018Director: Astarlii Taokia, Jette JohnsonDuration: 4 minutesLanguage: EnglishNation: Rarotonga Ta’i is the reigning Rock, Paper, Scissors champion - but she has a secret. HOW NIVI GOT HER NAMES Year: 2019Director: […]Find out more »
Ngā Pūtake Shorts takes rangatahi on an adventure across the world with true and imagined stories of bravery and resilience to inspire them within their own identities. Recommended for rangatahi 8+. BUB Year: 2019Director: Oriwa Hakaraia, Te Mahara TamehanaDuration: 12 minutesLanguage: English, MāoriNation: Ngāti Kapumanawawhiti, Ngāti Hine Nan is Bub’s whole world. When Bub comes […]Find out more »