MAORILAND FILM FESTIVAL 2021 Tikiti ta Koha

Otaki Otaki

Venue

Native Peoples - Global Films

Want a Free ride to Maoriland Film Festival? Wellington UNESCO City of Film is providing a free bus service from Wellington to Otaki  twice daily and a continuous shuttle from Waikanae train station…Find out more here: https://maorilandfilm.co.nz/freebus/

 

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Prices

STANDARD:

150 PASS All-access pass + $50 donation
$150.00
200 PASS All access pass + $100 donation
$200.00
350 PASS All access pass + $250 donation
$350.00

Timing

Running Time: 24 - 28 Mar 2021

Venue

Native Peoples - Global Films

Payment Options

Credit Card
2.50%
Bank Transfer
$1.50
Online Eftpos
1.80%

Delivery Options

Registration Only*
free
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Māoriland Film Festival is New Zealand’s premier international Indigenous Film Festival. Now into its eighth year, it is a cultural and arts event that invites New Zealanders to the Indigenous world through screen storytelling. 

If you love the festival and want to offer a donation, Tīkiti takoha is a way to enjoy everything the festival has to offer while offering tangible support to  Māoriland.

Tīkiti takoha are priced from $150 - $350 and gives free access to all public screenings while including a charitable donation to the Māoriland Charitable Trust.

$150 (All-access pass + $50 donation)
$200 (All access pass + $100 donation)
$350 (All access pass + $250 donation)

All charitable donations are tax-deductible in NZ.


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See the full Māoriland Film Festival programme online at www.maorilandfilm.co.nz

 

 

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