Māori Film Week He Wiki Kiriata Māori: Ngā Kete E Toru Showcase
A week of film screenings as part of the second annual Matariki Māori Film Week, at Ellen Melville Centre (CBD) .
Māori Film Week is presented by the Wairoa Māori Film Festival with the generous support of the New Zealand Film Commission - Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga.
Full programme online at: www.kiaora.tv
Ngā Kete E Toru Showcase is a three-day programme of Māori, Pasifika and global indigenous film and moving image art presented in partnership with Ellen Melville Centre.
Ngā Kete E Toru are the three baskets of knowledge in traditional Māori belief systems. Over three days, three kaupapa are explored:
Kanaka Maoli Hawai’i (Friday 28 June)
Hawaiian films with hula and haka performance for our special opening event, with Hawaiian kai (ticketed $20).
Mana Tangata O Te Ao (Saturday 29 June)
Films from indigenous peoples across the world, including a Pasifika celebration and a Turtle Island programme from Asinabka Film Festival. (free event).
Te Ao Mai Ngā Whatu Māori (Sunday 30 June)
The world through a Māori lens with a special presentation of Barry Barclay’s TE RUA starring WIFT Mana Wahine Award recipient Whetu Fala (free event).
Suitable for: All ages
When: Fri 28 - 30 June, various times
Ellen Melville Centre,
2 Freyberg Pl, CBD
Cost: $0 - $20