Kiriata – Feature

Māoriland Film Festival is New Zealand’s premier international Indigenous Film Festival. Now into its eighth year, it is a cultural and arts event that invites New Zealanders to the Indigenous world through screen storytelling.

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    Baby Done

    8:30 pm, Thursday 25 March,

    Wannabe-adventurer Zoe freaks out when she falls pregnant to her long-term boyfriend Tim. As Tim embraces the prospect of fatherhood, Zoe attempts to rush through her dreams.
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    Free Whānau Screening – Lady Buckit And The Motley Mopsters

    7:30 pm, Saturday 27 March,

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    Monkey Beach

    7 pm, Thursday 25 March,

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    Out of this World

    7 pm, Friday 26 March,
    Māoriland Hub

    A collection of films for lovers of Sci-fi and the Ooky Spooky.  Recommended for mature audiences
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    Semillas de Lucha

    8:30 pm, Friday 26 March,
    Memorial Hall

    Based on real events,  Semillas de Lucha recounts the story of a tenant farming community in revolt in the province of Esmeraldas in northern Ecuador.
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    20:00:00, Wednesday 24 March

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    The Dream Team

    6 pm, Friday 26 March,

    An amazing story of TV commentator Stepan Vershinin, who has been fired from central sports tv station.
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    Run Woman Run

    5:30 pm, Sunday 28 March,

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