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NEW FILM: MO TE IWI

 

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Cinematographer, Waka Attewell filming 
MO TE IWI: Carving For The People

Lake Taupo 2016

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WAIORA

Held in Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision

“Oparure, April, 1987”
RANGIMARIE HETET (Ngāti Kinohaku/Ngāti Maniapoto)

AKU MAHI, WHATU MAORI

Rangimarie Hetet and her daughter, Diggeress Te Kanawa talk about weaving

Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision 

IT'S IN THE GENES GIRLS

In this 1993 documentary for TV One, director Aileen O'Sullivan turns the camera on three sets of mother/daughter artists, and asks whether art is in the genes. Interviewing each other about their creative lives are actor Kate Harcourt and actor/acting teacher Miranda Harcourt; weaver Erenora Puketapu-Hetet and weaver/painter Veranoa Hetet (née Hauwaho); and painter Jacqueline Fahey and performer/sculptor Augusta McDonald. Frank yet loving discussions abound, like when Hetet tells her mother "sometimes you come up with silly things".

AN INTERVIEW WITH ERENORA PUKETAPU-HETET

Filmed at Te Papa in 2006, in one of her last interviews, Erenora Puketapu-Hetet talks about  weaving. 

THE HUI

Introduced by Mihinarangi Forbes and filed by John Boyton, This short clip was screened on TV3's The Hui in August 2019.

 

CAPTIAL KIWI

Short film by Capital Kiwi focusing on the kiwi bird featuring interview with Veranoa Hetet at Te Papa.

Added 3 April 2020

 

TU TANGATA - WEAVING FOR THE PEOPLE

 Film Festival Documentary: An intimate portrait of the creative life and community of Erenora Puketapu-Hetet

Directed by Robin Greenberg

Available in DVD
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HE WAKA HONO TANGATA - A CANOE THAT UNITES THE PEOPLE

 Film Festival Documentary 2019-2020: 

The story a community that revived their paddling tradition and the making of their waka

Directed by Robin Greenberg


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Upcoming Events

The film 'Mo Te Iwi' will screen at MāoriLands Film Festival 19 March 2020

Due to COVID-19 the Film Festival for 2020 has been postponed.

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