Wairoa Māori Film Festival presents He Wiki Kiriata Māori – Māori Film Week, a celebration of Māori and indigenous cinema and multimedia in central Auckland. This year the theme is Māori Futurism, spread across nine days and seven venues, with over 50 short films, feature dramas and documentaries. He Wiki Kiriata Māori presents a feast of futuristic and fantastic Māori and indigenous art and culture, including Lightbox Art Exhibitions in Freyberg Place and Bledisloe Lane. Kindly supported by Auckland Council.

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NAU MAI! NAU MAI! HAERE MAI!
TO A CELEBRATION OF MATARIKI

Maori Film WEEK - HE WIKI KIRIATA MAORI JUNE 30 TO JULY 8 2018
ELLEN MELVILLE CENTRE, AUCKLAND CBD JULY 6 TO 8
PA RONGORONGO, Auckland CBD JUNE 30 TO JULY 8
central city library, Auckland cBD, july 2 & 5
tsb Wallace arts centre, Auckland, june 30 to july 8

presented as part of Auckland matariki festival 2018

MAORI FILM week: film PROGRAMME 2018

FRIDAY 6.7.18
Ellen Melville Centre
Auckland CBD

Freyberg Square:
10 am Powhiri for International Delegation
11 am to 2 pm Long Lunch (DJ Session)
6 pm Journey to Zygertron: Troy Kingi Concert (to 7 pm)

Pioneer Women's Hall:
12 pm Let Us Dance
2 pm United by Water
4 pm Mana Wairoa Shorts

8 pm Indigenous Futurism Shorts incl. Sound/Tracks from Asinabka Festival

Betty Wark Room:
Kaporangi Kiriata Lounge
VR demonstrations and industry support
10 am to 4 pm

SATURDAY 7.7.18
Ellen Melville Centre
Auckland CBD

Pioneer Women's Hall:
10 am Not Just Another Mountain/Searching for the Bone People
12 pm Mana Wairoa Shorts
2 pm Maori Futurism Shorts
3 pm Maori Comicon Panel
4 pm Indigenous Futurism Shorts incl. Sound/Tracks
from Asinabka Festval
6 pm Close

Helen Clark Room:
10 am to 4 pm
Imagined Worlds
(continuous programme)

Eleitina (Paddy) Walker Room & Marilyn Waring Room:
10 am to 4 pm
Indigenous Worlds
(continuous programme)

Betty Wark Room:
Kaporangi Kiriata Lounge
VR demonstrations and industry support
10 am to 4 pm

SATURDAY 7.7.18
Academy Cinema
Auckland CBD

12 pm Mao'hi Nui
(feature documentary)

2 pm Inuit Programme
with Asinnajaq
4 pm Out Of State
(feature documentary)

6 pm The Breaker Upperers
8 pm Te Makutu Shorts (horror and sci-fi collection)

SUNDAY 8.7.18
Ellen Melville Centre
Auckland CBD

Pioneer Women's Hall:
10 am Seven Rivers Walking
12 pm Broken Barrier
(feature presentation)
2 pm Mana Wahine Shorts
3.30 pm Afternoon Tea
4 pm Waru
(feature presentation)
6 pm Close / Poroporoaki

Helen Clark Room:
10 am to 4 pm
Indigenous Worlds
(continuous programme)

Eleitina (Paddy) Walker Room & Marilyn Waring Room:
10 am to 4 pm
Imagined Worlds
(continuous programme)

Betty Wark Room:
Kaporangi Kiriata Lounge
VR demonstrations and industry support
10 am to 4 pm

MAORI FILM week: ART PROGRAMME 2018

Pa Rongorongo

Kaporangi Kiriata – Natasha Keating, Kereama Taepa and Steven Paul Judd Light Activation

Sat 30 June, 6pm, then nightly until Sun 15 July; art exhibition daily

TSB Wallace Arts Centre

Kaporangi Kiriata: CineMarae

CineMarae brings together, for the first time, a collection of artworks inspired by the kaupapa of the long-running Wairoa Māori Film Festival. ‘Te ao mai ngā whatu Māori – The world through Māori eyes’ includes works by Natasha Keating, Tracey Tawhiao, George Nuku, Tame Iti, Charlotte Graham, Ratu Tibble, Miigizi, Assinajaq and Matthew Randall.

Until Sun 22 July
Tue – Fri, 10am – 3pm
Weekends, 8am – 5pm
Closed Mondays

Freyberg Square & Bledisloe Lane

Kaporangi Kiriata: Light Boxes

Kaporangi Kiriata illuminates the streets of Tamaki Makaurau with the art works of Natasha Keating, Tracey Tawhiao, Charlotte Graham, Miigizi, Assinajaq, Kereama Taepa, Troy Kingi, Tame Iti, Steven Paul Judd and Johnson Witehira.

Daily and nightly until July 9.

MAORI FILM WEEK: ASSOCIATED EVENTS & SCREENINGS

Central City Library

Sci-Fi Māori Film for the Homeless
10 am Monday July 2
This will be followed by free food served to homeless, from 12.30pm at Pā Rongorongo.

Rangatahi Sci-Fi Māori Film Workshop
Wed 4 July, 10am–4pm

Kia Ora Shorts
Corban Estate Arts Centre
12 July, 13 July

Matariki Shorts
Lopdell Precinct
4 July

Women of Waru (shorts)
TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre
1 pm & 3 pm
1 July, 8 July, 15 July
 

Whakapapa Film Festival of
Irsina & Matera, Italy

Friday July 6 to Sunday July 8

With very  special guest Renae Maihi

 

 

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