Māoriland Film Festival (MFF) 2018

In March 2018, the Māoriland Film Festival turned 5. To celebrate, Māoriland is bringing the best of the past 5 years of Māoriland to Te Oro for two nights of special screenings.

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  • Ages Open
  • Cost $10
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  • Tue, 31 Jul at 6PM
  • Wed, 1 Aug at 6PM

Established in 2014, Māoriland Film Festival (MFF) is New Zealand's International Indigenous film festival celebrating Indigenous voice and storytelling in film. Every March, Māoriland brings Indigenous films and their creators to Ōtaki on Aotearoa’s (New Zealand) Kāpiti Coast for five days of screenings, workshops, art exhibitions and special events.
MFF2018 celebrated five years of the festival, with 60 international filmmakers joining 40 New Zealand filmmakers in Ōtaki for the festival.MFF2018 programme featured 63 event over five days with 10 NZ premieres of International Feature Films watched by over 10,000 people.
Now, audiences around Aotearoa will have the opportunity to experience some of the unique films of the fifth annual Māoriland Film Festival.
Join us on July 31 and August 1 for two nights series of special screenings at Te Oro, Tāmaki Makaurau.

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