Tūtohu ANZAC. Ngā hua 1 - 10 o te 187 mō

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  1. Video for The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
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    The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

    Neke atu i te 1,500 ngā kaipūoro kairangi o te ao kei tēnei whakakitenga nui a te iwi Kōtimana, i te kape nunui o te Whare Kīngi o Endinburgh.

  2. Whītiki!

    WHITIKI is a documentary that will tell the stories of three Māori Pioneers through the eyes of their descendants who are of a similar age to their tīpuna when they went off to battle in WWI. This documentary includes exclusive footage of the two core wānanga held to teach the 100 men the necessary military skills to embody the vision of key facilitators such as Dr Monty Soutar.

  3. Video for Whītiki
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    Whītiki

    Mai i te tirohanga o ngā uri whakaheke, ko ngā kōrero a ētahi o ngā Hōia Māori Tuatahi. He āhua ōrite te pakeke o ēnei uri whakaheke ki o rātau tupuna i te wā i haere rātau ki Te Pakanga Nui.

  4. Video for Pixie
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    Pixie

    Ko Pixie Williams te kaipūoro o te waiata tuatahi o Aotearoa i hangaia hai kōpae pūoro, te waiata #1 Blue Smoke, koinei ngā kōrero mō tōna oranga.

  5. The Ghosts We Brought Home

    A karakia for Alan Smith is a documentary film of one māori soldiers experience of the Vietnam War told through his own archive of photographs and audio recordings.

  6. The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

    The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo showcases music, dance and display from around the world. Since the first Tattoo in 1950, more than 14 million people have joined the audience on the Edinburgh Castle Esplanade, with millions of people around the world watching the worldwide phenomenon that continues to captivate the hearts and minds across the globe.

  7. Grandfather's Footsteps

    In this film, director David Blyth follows in the footsteps of his WWI soldier grandfather. Leaving Auckland, training at Maadi Camp, Cairo, Egypt – then onto Europe and the battlefields of North Eastern France and Belgium. The film culminates in the liberation of the fortress town of Le Quesnoy and ends with the Cambridge Armistice Day commemorations on the 11th November 2018.

  8. Whītiki

    WHITIKI! (To strap in) is a powerful documentary that will recount the untold stories of a select group of Māori Pioneers through the eyes of their descendants.  

  9. Lest We Forget

    On the 4th November 1918, the New Zealand Division captured the fortified French town of Le Quesnoy. It had been in German hands since 1914. This was to be New Zealand's last major action in the war. 'Lest We Forget' commemorates this event 100 years later, with interviews with the descendants of some of the soldiers who fought in Le Quesnoy.

  10. The Liberation of Le Quesnoy

    The Liberation of Le Quesnoy tells the story of the New Zealand Division that, during WW1, liberated the German occupied town of Le Quesnoy without any loss of life to the civilian population.  The people of Le Quesnoy have never forgotten the events of the 4th November 1918.  While over 100 years ago is out of any individual living memory, is not out of the collective consciousness of the people of Le Quesnoy and the descendants of the New Zealand veterans who freed them.

  11. Whakaatu hua anō

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