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A home for the Indigenous, A home for the arts, A home for ideas and conversations – the Māoriland Hub is a Centre of Excellence for Māori Film and Creative Arts.
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.
The Māoriland Productions team are heading to Toronto, Canada to present two short films selected for the 24th annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival from October 17-22 2023. ‘He […]
Māoriland Productions is proud to announce that TEN Māoriland Productions short films are screening this week at the Nuuk International Film Festival in Greenland. Among these, short film Brolesque […]
Māoriland Productions documentary ‘Te Huka o Te Tai’ shares the fight against barge development in Te Araroa
Original release here Te Huka o Te Tai documents the kaitiaki of Te Araroa, organising as a community under a group called Tuatara to oppose the barge development plans. The […]
Māoriland Film Festival
Aotearoa New Zealand’s International Indigenous Film Festival
SUBMISSIONS FOR MFF2024 OPEN NOW
DEVELOPING THE WORK OF INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS
Māoriland Productions has a slate of feature and short films, as well as series and reversioning projects.
PURITIA ENABLES MĀORI POTENTIAL TO BE IDENTIFIED AND DEVELOPED THROUGH FILM AND CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY.
MĀORILAND IS TRAINING & CONNECTING THE NEXT GENERATION OF SCREEN STORYTELLERS
A series where Indigenous thinkers explore the experiences in their chosen endeavours, and the consequences of their native perspectives.
Te Uru Maire
E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Challenge
Two day filmmaking workshops for rangatahi to tell their story through film
Te Ara TOI
PERFORMING ARTS CLASSES FOR TAMARIKI TO EXPERIENCE THE ARTS
a creative space for rangatahi to use and unleash their creative thinking and problem-solving skills
Rangatahi Film LEADERSHIP GROUP
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