Friday 23 March
1:30 – 2:45 pm
Ngā Purapura

This programme of short films contains fun and interesting films for all ages with community, environmental and identity related themes.

Ngā Tōtara Shorts
THE THREE SISTERS COMMUNITY GARDEN

Zach Greenleaf
Mi’gmaq

Zachary Greenleaf, a young Mi’gmaq from Gesgapegiag, tries to reintroduce the «three sisters» in his community.

Ngā Tōtara Shorts
THE MĀORI SIDE STEPS

Tamati Kawha
Māori

Five friends embark on a journey to live their Maori showband dream.

Ngā Tōtara Shorts
MINO BIMAADIZIWIN

Shane McSauby
Anishinaabe

A love story about decolonization.

Ngā Tōtara Shorts
PUORO

Komako Silver
Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Pakahi

The art of Taonga Puoro is in a state of revival, and Jerome Kavanagh has become part of a movement which is introducing Māori music, art, and culture to the world.

Ngā Tōtara Shorts
LELUM

Asia Youngman
Cree, Iroquois, Carrier, Métis

Lelum’ (the Hul’qumi’num word for ‘home’) is a short documentary that was inspired by the land – our place of dwelling and our home.

Ngā Tōtara Shorts
MOA HUNTER

Nikau Wi Neera & Manawatoa Nakhla
Māori

A film about a young Moa Hunter by Kāpiti rangatahi directors.

NŌ ŌTAKI

Aydriannah Tuiali’i & Tutaamure Nikora
Māori

A waiata that celebrates the whakapapa of Māoriland within Ōtaki.

Ngā Tōtara Shorts
SPECTACULAR IMAGINATION OF THE POHARA BROTHERS

Todd Karehana
Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngai Te Rangi, Te Arawa, Ngāti Ruapani

Nathan and Christian try to help their mum raise money to pay her power bill before the power is disconnected.

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  1. 2018 Māoriland Rangatahi Film Festival - Māoriland Film Festival
    March 15, 2018 @ 10:01 am

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