MAORILAND FILM FESTIVAL 2023 | Maoriland Rangatahi Film Festival

Otaki Otaki

Venue

Native Peoples - Global Films

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Timing

Running Time: 15 - 19 Mar 2023

Venue

Native Peoples - Global Films

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View the full Māoriland Film Festival programme and film details online at mff.Māorilandfilm.co.nz


E Tu Whānau Rangatahi Film Awards

10:00 AM, Thu  16 Mar
Māoriland Hub

Celebrate the creativity of rangatahi at the 10th E Tu Whānau Rangatahi Film Awards!

E Tu Whānau is a movement for positive change developed by Māori for Māori. In 2014, E Tu Whanau was Māoriland's first partner, enabling Māoriland to lead free film workshops to rangatahi in communities across Aotearoa. Over the past ten years, over 500 ETW short films have been created by rangatahi and screened to thousands of rangatahi and their whanau. 

Celebrate 10 years of the E Tu Whanau Rangatahi Film Awards at MFF2023.

The films made in this year's awards come from Otaki, Kaitaia, Whakatane, Turanga Nui a Kiwa, Rotorua & Te Araroa.

Aroha, tikanga, mana/manaaki, korero awhi, whanaungatanga, whakapapa."

MRFF: Te Ao Pohewa

11:45 AM, Thu  16 Mar
Memorial Hall

Te Ao Pohewa is the dream world and in this programme we cater for the dreams and playfulness of our teina.  

This programme has been selected by Nga Pakiaka - Māoriland's Rangatahi Film Leadership Group for young people of all ages." "Enaanzowaad Awesiinyag

  • Kikino Kids directed by John-Paul Chalykoff, Barry Bilinsky
  • Star Sailors directed by Jaimee Poipoi
  • Maui Adventures: Capturing The Sun directed by Jus G.
  • Məca directed by Ryan Haché,Ritchie Hemphill
  • Ako For Niños: King Tupac directed by Sebastian Vidal-Bustamante
  • Who Sneezed directed by Jaimee Poipoi

MRFF: Pakiwaitara

1:30 PM, Thu  16 Mar
Memorial Hall

Commissioned by Te Wananga o Raukawa these six reo Māori retellings of famous fairytales were animated by the rangatahi team at the Māoriland (ahi) tech creative hub - M.A.T.C.H -  Jason-Bob Egdell-Ropata, Taniko Tapine, Turanga Mahutonga, Michael Koro Hikaka Takei Wira-Henare, Jayde Ropata and supported by Eric Creswell and Maaka Gair-Houia and produced by Libby Hakaraia. 

Nga Poaka e Toru (3 little pigs) Nga Pirikoti e Toru (3 billygoats gruff), Hinarata (Cinderella) Hukama (Snow white) Huriwhero (Little Red Riding Hood) Kouraraka (Goldilocks)"

MRFF: Te Ao Pumau

9:45 AM, Fri  17 Mar
Memorial Hall

Te Ao Pumau - Pumau refers to something everlasting and truthful, our tuakana programme is the bridge between reality and fantasy worlds.

This programme has been selected by Nga Pakiaka - Māoriland's Rangatahi Film Leadership Group for high-school aged young people.

  • Obscheenies directed by Barry Bilinsky
  • Plastic - A love letter to the estranged directed by Va'a Magalogo
  • Jarli directed by Chantelle Murray,Simon Rippingale
  • Atali'i o Le Crezent directed by Villa Junior Lemanu
  • He Karu He Taringa directed by Tahuaroa Ohia
  • Maumahara directed by Kaitiaki Rodger
  • Beneath the Surface directed by Gill Higgins
  • Whitey and Te Putiputi directed by Kura-Kakerangi Xanthea Turuwhenua

Through Our Lens

12:00 PM, Fri  17 Mar
Memorial Hall

Through Our Lens is the Māoriland cultural exchange programme for young Indigenous storytellers to connect through film. Watch the films and meet the rangatahi from Through Our Lens programmes in Fiji and Kahnawake in 2022. 

Through Our Lens is connecting the next generation of Indigenous filmmakers.

View the full Māoriland Film Festival programme and film details online at mff.Māorilandfilm.co.nz

For School Bookings, please contact kura@maorilandfilm.co.nz 


Ko Te Kawa Nui Ia He Manaaki i Te Tangata

Māoriland is committed to creating a safe environment for all our kaimahi and visitors. 

The values and functions of Māoriland are derived from cornerstone principles of celebration, unity, being alert, and respecting the mana of every person and taonga in our whare. 

We ask that manuwhiri and visitors alike respect the mana of all those you encounter.  

We will have hand sanitiser available at all venues and wherever refreshments are served. We practice good hygiene including washing our hands and cleaning high-use surfaces. 

So that we can safely welcome you into all MFF venues, we encourage you to: 

  • Wear a mask when inside venues and/or in close contact with others. 
  • Stay home if you have are unwell, have symptoms of cold/flu or COVID-19. 
  • Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) will be freely available at all venues.

About the Māoriland Film Festival

Each March, Māoriland Film Festival brings the world of Indigenous cinema to Ōtaki for five days of screenings, workshops, art exhibitions and special events. Māoriland operates year-round from the Māoriland Hub and is operated by Māoriland Charitable Trust. 

68 Main Street Ōtaki

He whare taketake – a home for the Indigenous
He whare tapere – a home for the imagination
He whare kōrero – a home for conversation


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View the full Māoriland Film Festival programme and film details online at mff.Māorilandfilm.co.nz

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