Mana Wairoa Maori Pacifica

Programme de courts-métrages / Collection of short films
Tuesday, August 9 2016 - 12:30 pm


This collection of films from NZ and across the Pacific is representative of the birth of a new "Hawaiiki" - the traditional Polynesian ancestral home. In many cases these films are international collaborations, in particular between NZ and the Cook Islands, and NZ and Tahiti. Thematically, they are diverse, broaching social issues, cultural histories and the line between memory and dreaming.

With guest curators Leo Koziol, director of Wairoa Maori Film Festival, and Deborah Walker, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

* FREE ADMISSION, Fernand-Seguin theatre

Whakataka Te Hau (Candida Keithley, 3 min)
Inc'd (Darren Simmonds & Rob Mokaraka, 15 min)
Mou Piri (Karin Williams, 11 min)
Footsteps (Lennie Hill, 14 min)
Her Husband (Georges Tobella, 10 min)
Ohainu (Tairei Deane, 14 min)
Lahaina Noon (Christopher Kahunahana, 14 min)

**This screening is the second part of the conference «Le cinéma autochtone comme espace multilingue» organized as part of the SSHRC Partnership Development project «Expressions créatrices autochtones au Québec» (2015-2018) based at Université de Montréal. 9:00-11:30 at INIS, free admission.

New Zealand - Cook Islands - Tahiti
French, english, tahitian OV
/ english ST
81 minutes
multiple directors