Rawe! Get involved with Aotearoa Maori Film Festival!

We’ve concluded another lovely, special, and very successful Aotearoa Maori Film Festival. We’re so grateful to our amazing volunteers, some of whom turned up and just started mahi without being asked.

Did you enjoy our films? Did you enjoy the vibes? You made it special by coming to share our stories by the fire of the silver screen.

What’s that you say? Wish you could be involved? Hey but you can! Put your contacts down right here and get involved. Yes, you absolutely can volunteer with Aotearoa Maori Film Festival. There’s plenty of mahi throughout the year as well as on the night. Tick all the boxes you want, or tell us what else you love doing (especially if you think we need help in the area of your expertise…ae, tika, that we do).

Although, if you’d rather just show up and enjoy the vibes as manuhiri, that’s cool too. Without you we wouldn’t have an event! Put your name on the list, we’ll keep you posted with what’s going on.

He rau ringa e oti ai!

E whakamoemiti ana mātou mō tou tautoko, mō tou aroha. Kia ora!

kaimahi tautoko! happy to show up and do anything
ringawera! catering
visual wizard! graphic design
muscle! carrying stuff to bump in and bump out
social media and marketing maniac!
project management magician!
kaituhituhi! wordsmith
web master!
just get me talking to whanau! marketing or sales
film making workshops!
nothing at the moment but just keep me posted on events

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The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) are seeking short films made by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers. To be eligible for consideration, all films must meet the following requirements: Films must have been completed after 1 January 2017. Films must not have been/will not be screened in the state of Victoria, Australia, in any form prior to August 20, 2018. This includes Television and Internet broadcasting - the only exceptions to this requirement are for private cast and crew and film school graduation screenings. Films must be in their original language, with English subtitles if the original language is not English. MIFF does accept submissions of Works In Progress, provided that the film is at least picture lock stage and the final work be deliverable by early July. If you or anyone in your networks has a film production that meets any of the above criteria and would like to introduce your film to audiences in a big way, get in touch with MIFF’s Short Film Programmer: Mia at miff

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