A short film that explores the impact of methamphetamine on three generations of a Māori whānau is creating a buzz on the festival circuit.
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Māori making their mark in Hollywood
Ra Vincent of Te Atiawa is this year's major recipient of the Te Aupounamu Māori Screen Excellence award.
Leading filmmakers recognised at Māoriland Film Festival
Te Aupounamu Māori Screen Excellence awards announced at the opening evening of the 2021 Māoriland Film Festival.
Tairawhiti 2020 succession plan in film
Films will be told in true coastie style in the wake of an action plan by leading Māori film makers to develop the voice of the kainga.
Māoriland Film Festival announces winners
The Māoriland Film Festival has revealed the People's Choice Award Winners - He Kahurangi Māoriland 2019.
Māori filmmakers to receive Merata Mita Fellowship
Māori film producer Ainsley Gardiner and filmmaker Briar Grace-Smith will receive the 2019 Sundance Institute Merata Mita Fellowship.
New film promotes Pasifika female empowerment
The critically acclaimed film Waru was a resounding success and its producers are about to premiere their newest film, Vai.
New Pou Whakahaere for NZ Film Commission
The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) has appointed Karen O Kahurangi Waaka-Tibble to the newly-created executive position of Pou Whakahaere.
$2.5mil to fund te reo Māori films
The New Zealand Film Commission has announced $2.5mil of funding for feature films in te reo Māori.
NZFC to invest millions into first ever Māori strategy
The New Zealand Film Commission has for the first time laid out a Māori strategy, with millions of dollars invested into the initiative.