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    Newest Māori film remake is for whānau

    By Michael Cugley, Te Rito journalism cadet. 

  2. Video for Māoriland Film Festival kicks off during Matariki
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    Māoriland Film Festival kicks off during Matariki

    The Māorliand Film Festival is officially underway for its ninth time, and for the first time is being presented over Matariki.

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    Filmmaker hopes her story will start conversation

    A young filmmaker is hoping to open up kōrero to ultimately save the lives of Māori men who are struggling with mental health issues.

  4. Video for Māoriland Film Festival to launch with Matariki
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    Māoriland Film Festival to launch with Matariki

    Video credit: YouTube / Māoriland Film Festival. 

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    Māoriland film festival to coincide with month-long Matariki light art festival

    Source / Matariki ki Kāpiti Facebook Māoriland Film Festival will this year coincide with a month-long Matariki light art festival, Matariki Ramaroa.

  6. Video for  Jennifer Ward-Lealand makes film directing debut with Disrupt
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    Jennifer Ward-Lealand makes film directing debut with Disrupt

    A short film that explores the impact of methamphetamine on three generations of a Māori whānau is creating a buzz on the festival circuit. 

  7. Video for Turanga Mahutonga teaching te reo through animation
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    Turanga Mahutonga teaching te reo through animation

    Mahutonga, 19, has received funding to go towars his project of four animated musical short films to help rangatahi engage with and learn te reo Māori. 

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    Filmmaker wins funding to create his first feature film

    Isaac Te Reina, of Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga, specialises in directing, writing and producing and is one of four recipients of the Māoriland pitch grant.

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    'Have fun': Nan's advice to young filmmaker who won Māoriland's top rangatahi award

    17-year-old Waka Wikaire-James has had a day to remember.

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