Māoriland Pop-Up Cinema


Free, but tickets required to help us manage attendance.

Dates Venue Times
Tuesday 6th Oct Te Poho o Whirikoka 6pm and 8pm
Wednesday 7th Oct Te Poho o Whirikoka 6pm and 8pm
Duration : 2 ½ hours

Please note the various ratings and durations are listed separately for each screening. 

Māoriland Pop Up Cinema brings films from the Indigenous world to expand our horizons.

Held in Ōtaki each March, Māoriland Film Festival is the largest Indigenous Film Festival in the Southern Hemisphere.

Māoriland presents a programme of short films at the Māoriland Pop Up Cinema at Te Poho o Whirikoka as well as a rangatahi filmmaking workshop. The films made at this workshop will premiere at Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival.

Tuesday 6 October:

Ngā Pūtake Shorts
Ngā Pūtake Shorts takes us on an adventure across the world with true and imagined stories of bravery and resilience to inspire them within their own identities.
Time: 6:00PM
Duration: 60 mins
Rating: All ages

Kia Manawa Ora shorts
Māoriland Film Festival presents a series of Māori shorts that explore transformation and discovery - in these moments, we find hope.
Time: 8:00PM
Duration: 75 mins
Rating: M

Wednesday 7 October

E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Workshop Premiere
The Māoriland E Tū Whānau Film Workshop (ETW) is for rangatahi
Māori aged 12- 24 to make a film in two days.
Celebrate rangatahi storytelling and see the films at their international premiere!
Time 6:00PM
Duration: 60 mins

Films from Te Ao Taketake
Travel across the Indigenous world with this selection of films from MFF2020.
Time: 8:00PM
Duration: 80 mins
Rating: M

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