2015 Feature Film : The Dead Lands

“Set in pre-colonial New Zealand — or, as it was known to its inhabitants, “Te Ao Maori” (the Maori World) — The Dead Lands is a dazzling action epic that has the distinction of being the first film ever to feature Mau rakau, Director Toa Fraser New Zealand/United Kingdom 2014 | Executive Producer: Peter Hampden | Language:…

2015 Film Guide

Every year we show a selection of Māori films curated by Leo Koziol of the Wairoa Maori Film Festival, representing the pinnacle of Maori storytelling by Maori film makers in Aotearoa today. This film guide lists the new short films screened in 2015, at the awesome Australian Museum in Sydney. We also screened films from…

Fruits of the tamariki film making workshop

The Tamariki film making workshop on Saturday went OFF! It was awesome. Tamariki of all ages had a fantastic time, working together learning all about film: acting, lighting, makeup, props, directing, editing, camera shots and angles. We’re totally inspired. Look at what can be done in just four hours. Should we have more of this?…

The BB

The Biggest Bachelorette’s Got Cooking Talent is a dystopian mockumentary telling the story of a reality TV show that implodes following a demise of societal norms during the shows filming. Director: TemaKwan Fenton | Writer: Sam Horder | Producer: Cyntia Mayashita | Duration: 15 mins