Tūtohu Documentaries. Ngā hua 41 - 50 o te 683 mō

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  1. Video for Yes to Success, Ūpoko 2
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    Yes to Success, Ūpoko 2

    Coming into South Auckland, Robett was determined to express an honest view on what the expectation would be on these kids as being part of the “statistic.”

  2. Video for Yes to Success, Ūpoko 3
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    Yes to Success, Ūpoko 3

    On one of our longest travel days, we visit a region where Robett’s whānau is from.

  3. Video for Yes to Success, Ūpoko 4
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    Yes to Success, Ūpoko 4

    As we near the end of our North Island leg, we encounter a few hiccups on the road and present one of the more emotional talks we had at a school.

  4. Video for Yes to Success, Ūpoko 5
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    Yes to Success, Ūpoko 5

    At our first school in the South Island, students open up to a new perspective on what each of them deal with at home.

  5. Video for Yes to Success, Ūpoko 6
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    Yes to Success, Ūpoko 6

    We learn the harsh realities of some kids in New Zealand when we visit Kaikoura.

  6. Video for Yes to Success, Ūpoko 7
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    Yes to Success, Ūpoko 7

    We arrive at Robett’s hometown, Christchurch and visit his old neighbourhood and school.

  7. Video for Yes to Success, Ūpoko 8
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    Yes to Success, Ūpoko 8

    In the final leg of our tour, we experience a moment that truly solidified the importance of this mission. (FINAL)

  8. Video for Waiata Māori Music Awards 2021
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    Waiata Māori Music Awards 2021

    The Waiata Māori Music Awards 2021 honour the achievements of outstanding musical compositions and performances annually.

  9. Ngā Hōtaka

    Yes to Success

    E pōkai ana i te whenua o Aotearoa ki te kōrero ki te hunga mātātahi o Aotearoa, ko Robett Hollis, toa kaipakihi, me tana tira.

  10. Video for Oranga Tu
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    Oranga Tu

    Māori men are 50% more likely to die from prostate cancer and experience poorer health outcomes than non-Māori men. Oranga Tū captures the lived experience of Māori men in Aotearoa living

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