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Māoriland Film Festival Through The Lens - Video Application workshops

Benji Timu of No Six will be hosting two mini sessions at Te Oro between 12-3pm for anyone who’s keen to make a video application.

  • Sat, 18 Aug at 12PM
  • Two workshops only
  • Ages 14 -24
  • Free
  • Website
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CALL OUT FOR RANGATAHI AGES 14-24 years old from around the Tāmaki area!
Māoriland Film Festival are looking at taking up to 16 Māori rangatahi from across Aotearoa to the second Through Our Lens project to collaborate with other indigenous youth from overseas.
To apply, rangatahi need to submit a video application, the closing date is August 20th.

Next week Saturday and following Saturday (11th & 18th August) Benji Timu of No Six will be hosting a mini session at Te Oro between 12-3pm for anyone who’s keen to make a video application.
Come in, RSVP to this email use THROUGH THE LENS mini-workshops as subject and tell us what dates you want to come in for.

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No Six is a group of East Auckland’s most promising digital media entrepreneurs.
The group grew out of the Tāmaki Media Club which was started by Tyrone Tangata-Makiri sharing his skills in Creative Technologies.
Along with Tyrone, No Six is made up of Hannah Teipo, Benji Timu, Niko Meredith and Tomasi Dray Hughley.

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