AOTEAROA PREMIERE Iglu:Angirraq (House:Home) Year: 2018 Director: Mosha Folger Duration: 45 minutes Language: English, Inuktitut with English subtitles Nation: Inuit An Inuk filmmaker explores the homelessness and housing crisis affecting the Inuit in his hometown, Iqaluit, Nunavut. Voice From The Desert Year: 2018 Director: Amy Pysden, Daniel Clarke Producer: Zaachariaha Fielding Duration: 30 minutes Language: […]
SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE PREMIERE Year: 2018 Director: Roz Owen Executive Producer: Raven Sinclair Duration: 1 hour 29 minutes Language: English Nation: Nehiyaw (Great Plains Cree) Raven, a radical eco-activist, is jailed for protesting development on disputed Indigenous land. Long estranged from her adoptive family, she never imagined her brother Colin would be the one to bail […]
Merata Mita was an unflinching filmmaker whose stories captured startling images of bigotry and violence in a New Zealand that was scarred by an era of provocation and protest. She also crafted tales of Indigenous hope. She was a beloved and inspiring teacher and mentor who continues to be remembered by generations of filmmakers worldwide. […]
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