Docos Under The Skin

Otaki
Sun 22 Mar

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90 Mill Road

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Docos Under The Skin

Northwest Native Art at the Burke Museum
Year: 2019
Director: Anna Hoover
Duration: 3 minutes
Language: English
Nation: Native Alaskan
 
A glimpse into the Native Art Gallery at the new Burke Museum in Seattle. 

This Ink Runs Deep
Year: 2019
Director: Asia Youngman 
Duration: 16 minutes
Language: English
Nation: Cree, Métis, Haudenosaunee
 
Travel across Canada and explore the revitalisation of traditional marks. In this doco we learn about the significance of tattoos for different Indigenous cultures; why they disappeared, and why they are now being brought back to life.

Tatau; The Tales of Diaspora
Year: 2020
Director: Benji Timu
Duration: 13 minutes
Language: English, Samoan with English Subtitles
Nation: Sāmoa - Letogo, Kuki Airani - Aitutaki/Mangaia
 
A personal journey for Benji, a second-generation Aotearoa-born Samoan receiving the Pe'a, covering the body from the waist to the knees. A recollection of the seven days of this spiritual and painful experience.

Yakonnhéhkwen
Year: 2019
Director: Candace Maracle
Duration: 16 minutes
Language: English
Nation: Kanyen'kehá:ka
 
Yakonnhéhkwen is a Kenyen’kéha word meaning “it sustains her”. This short film is about one woman in the depths of depression finding healing, self-value and her culture through the Iroquoian art of black ash basketry. 

Ruahine: Stories In Her Skin
Year: 2019
Director: Hiona Henare
Duration: 40 minutes
Language: English, Māori
Nation: Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Huia, Ngāi Tara, Mūaupoko
 
To receive a moko kauae is to assert a Māori woman’s birthright and identity while celebrating the mana of her whakapapa. In Māori tradition, the head is considered the most tapu part of the human body making the practice of moko kauae highly prestigious and exclusive to Māori women.

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