A range of Films will be presented over the duration of the third Wairoa Maori Film Festival.

    • Came A Hot Friday (See Special Events)
    • Four Sheets to the Wind
    • Rangi's Catch (See Special Events)
    • Eagle Vs. Shark
    • Mile Post 398
    • Crooked Earth
    • The Tattooist
    • Ruby & Rata
    • The Lost Tribe (See Special Events)
    • Utu (See Special Events)
    • Maori Short Film Showcase I
    • Pollywood 2008
    • Bit of Black Business
    • Maori Short Film Showcase II
    • In Spring One Plants Alone
    • Restoring the Mauri of Lake Omapere
    • Kaitiaki Series
    • Blowin' in the Wind
    • The Neglected Miracle
    • Herdswoman
    • Atlantis Approaching
    • Buffy St. Marie
    • Vote Yes For Aborigines
    • Way of the Warrior
    • Eating Pork'N'Puha With Chopsticks
    • Broken Journey - J.C. Sturm
    • Jendairwal Dreaming
    • Songlines to the Seine

Also please check out our Special Events section, for a range of special screenings, events and presentations. Special Events >

FOUR SHEETS TO THE WIND
2007 USA 84 mins 35 mm Director Sterlin Harjo

Beautifully crafted and set under gorgeous Oklahoma skies, this poignant and wryly funny story of family and healing begins the morning Cufe Smallhill (Cody Lightning) finds his father quieter than usual, an empty bottle of pills at his side. Fulfilling his dad’s wish, Cufe sinks his father’s body in the pond to spare him the circus of a funeral. Cufe, his cousin, and mom decide to fake a funeral to satisfy the community, and Cufe’s beautiful tormented sister Miri (Tamara Podemski) comes home just long enough to convince Cufe to leave and visit her in the city.

Preceded by:

SEEKING BIMAADIZIIWIN
2007 Canada 31 mins Directors Kelly Saxberg and Dave Clement


Reserve life, family problems and the death of a close friend push Kaitlyn into a deep depression. Following a suicide attempt and a lengthy hospital stay in a strange city, she finds herself in group therapy with the other Anishinawbe youth. Despite differences in their backgrounds and personal struggles, they begin to find strength and support in each other. Kaitlyn makes new connections to her culture and the people around her. However, a series of new tragedies continue to make her recovery uncertain.

˜ FOUR SHEETS TO THE WIND, Gaiety Cinema, 1.00 p.m. Saturday 31st May


EAGLE VS. SHARK
2007 NZ 93 mins 35 mm Director Taika Waititi

Taika Waititi’s classic deadpan comedy about two losers in love captures the quirky and esoteric nature of Wellywood circa 2007. Lily works as a waitress at a fast food restaurant and, because she isn't a particularly good waitress, she isn't very popular. Jarrod was always a loser. Even at school. Jarrod meets Lily, Lily meets Jarrod. Mayhem, madness, and perhaps even a little love ensue. With Loren Horsley, Jermaine Clement and Rachel House.

Preceded by:

TWO BIG BOYS
2007 Australia 5 mins Director Jon Bell

Two brothers face a crisis of dignity, which causes them to examine their relationship and sets them on a quest to become indeed, two big boys.

JACKIE JACKIE
2007 Australia 5 mins Director: Adrian Wills

Jinaali is a sweet overweight Aboriginal checkout chick at the local supermarket. Her boss, Mr Chuck, is constantly on her back until Jinaali finds a voice of her own. Have you got your Jackie Jackie doll yet?

SWINE FEVER
2008 New Zealand 20 mins Director: Alex Monteith

A pig-hunting expedition in the Urewera Ranges is documented.

˜ EAGLE VS. SHARK, Gaiety Cinema, 11.00 a.m. Sunday 1st June


MILE POST 398
2006 Canada 1 hour 50 mins Director Shonie & Andee De La Rose

“Mile Post 398” is about a Navajo man named “Cloyd” in his mid 30’s living in Kayenta that is dealing with his alcohol problem. One day Cloyd decides to turn his life around by quitting drugs and alcohol and making mends with his wife, son and family. Although Cloyd may think this may be easy, he soon realizes how hard it is to face his demons and deal with the unrelenting peer pressure of his so-called friends. The film utilized an all Navajo cast and crew from the Navajo Nation and a features an original score and sound track featuring the talents of Aaron White and Yaiva. The film was also shot entirley on the Navajo Nation.

˜ MILE POST 398, Taihoa Marae (Whare Nui),
11.15 a.m. Sunday 1st June


CROOKED EARTH
2001 Communicado NZ 102 mins 35 mm

An explosive, action-packed saga in which two brothers battle over the future of their people. With Temuera Morrison, Lawrence Makoare and Nancy Brunning.

Preceded by:

FOG 2007 NZ 15 mins 35 mm Director Peter Salmon

A teenage boy hindered by his father's expectations escapes into thick fog with a girl and emerges a young man.

˜ CROOKED EARTH, Gaiety Cinema, 5 p.m. Sunday 1st June


THE TATTOOIST
2007 Eyeworks Touchdown NZ 92 mins Director Peter Burger

American tattooist Jake Sawyer (Jason Behr) wanders the world, exploring and exploiting ethnic themes in his tattoo designs. Jake glimpse the exotic world of traditional Samoan tattoo (tatau), and unwittingly unleashes a powerful angry spirit. Jake must find a way to save his new love, Sina (Mia Blake) and recover his soul. The first feature film from Maori Director Peter Burger, who also directed short film “Turangawaewae” (2001).

Preceded by:

THE COLONY
2007 Canada 24 mins 35 mm Director Jeff Barnaby

A bi-racial menage a trois drenched in surrealist urban skank. Maytag, a reservation displaced Mi'gMaq, latches onto the only other Indian within light years of the city only to have her snatched away by his drug dealer and friend (Adults Only).

˜ THE TATTOOIST, Gaiety Cinema, 7.30 p.m. Sunday 1st June


RUBY & RATA
1990 NZ 109 mins 35 mm Director Gaylene Preston

A fiercely independent Ruby (Yvonne Lawley) is determined to live her own life in her home. Ruby rents her basement flat to single mother Rata (Vanessa Rare) and her son Willie, and soon discovers Rata is not the person she thought she was.

Preceded by:

RUN 2007 NZ 35 mm

A brother and sister conquer their fears by overcoming their differences. Hon Mention - Competition Cannes 2007.

˜ RUBY & RATA, Gaiety Cinema, 12.00 p.m. Monday 2nd June


MAORI SHORT FILM SHOWCASE I

For the first time judging for the best Maori short film will be via a special Audience Award screening where patrons at the screening can vote for their favourite film for the night. The Maori Short Film Showcase will be directly followed by a Nga Aho Whakaari Networking Hui where guests will be able to mix and mingle with the invited film-makers present.

RUA 2007 NZ 13 mins Director Garth Watene

A young boy, ignorant of his own Maori heritage, searches for answers after the death of his mother.

THE GOODBYE 12 mins 2006 NZ Director Robert George

A drama following a family throughout one day. The central character Junior, is a ten year old Mãori boy who confronts his estranged father about their relationship, in his own way.

THE BLACK BOOK 20 mins 2007 NZ Director Apirana Ipo Te Maipi

A young Maori boys journey to change his life through rap music.

THE WORD 2007 15 mins 35 mm Director Quentin Parr

A futuristic short film about a boy caught between two worlds, the haves and the have nots.

TAUA 2007 NZ 15 mins 35mm Director Tearepa Kahi

Taua features an impressive 50-ft waka as the focal point for a compelling historical tale that examines a young boy's compassion amidst the rivalry of Maori tribes at war.

GRAFFITI OF MR TUPAIA 2007 35 mm Director Christopher Dudman

When a Cook Island school cleaner answers an unusual graffiti message, his life, and the life of the mysterious author will never be the same again.

PATU IHU 2007 35 mm Director Summer Agnew

A young man explores a memory of a childhood game and a lesson learned from his uncle. The memory provides respite from the profound grief of the uncle’s passing and allows him time to reconcile his feelings of loss and say farewell.

˜ SHORT FILM SHOWCASE I, Gaiety Cinema, 5 p.m. Friday 30th May

˜ SPECIAL SCHOOLS ONLY SCREENING, Gaiety Cinema, 10 a.m. Fri 30th May


POLLYWOOD 2008

Once again we are pleased to have Craig Fasi and the Pollywood programme at the Wairoa Maori Film Festival 2008. Craig Fasi will be curating a special programme of short films comprising the best of Pollywood 2007 and Pollywood 2008.

˜POLLYWOOD 2008, 11.30 a.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), Sunday 1st June


A BIT OF BLACK BUSINESS

Bit of Black Business brings you 13 five minute short films that are outrageous, courageous, mysterious, simple, straightforward and complex, the good the bad and the ugly of Indigenous Australia. 13 Indigenous filmmakers take you to corners of Australia that you’ve never seen and give you experiences that you’ve never had. They intimately share their worlds, their loves, their losses and their humour. Bit of Black Business is an initiative of the Indigenous Branch of the AFC, SBSi, NSWFTO and ScreenWest.

CUSTARD Director: Michelle Blanchard

In her search for answers, a granddaughter’s questions lead to the discovery of self and a chance to embrace the complexities of family.

TOO LATE Director: Michael Longbottom

Ben’s plea for forgiveness leads to a shocking discovery.

TWO BIG BOYS Director: Jon Bell

Two brothers face a crisis of dignity, which causes them to examine their relationship and sets them on a quest to become indeed, two big boys.

DAYS LIKE THESE Director: Martin Leroy Adams

Trying to find a job, Dan has to overcome social stereotypes.

BACK SEAT Director: Pauline Whyman

One day unfolds through the eyes of 12-year-old Janine when she goes with her foster parents to meet her biological family for the first time.

NANA Director: Warwick Thornton

Nana’s granddaughter thinks Nana’s pretty special. She loves her Nana because she helps the old people, she’s a good painter and other people love her too. Nana’s got everyone under control.

BLOODLINES Director: Jacob Nash

Bloodlines is about finding your heritage in urban Australia. Finding out where your blood runs...

THE TURTLE Director: Kelli Cross

Thirteen year old Jason is becoming a young man. His mother sends him to the only decent role model she can think of, his grandfather, for a holiday in a small town.

SHARPEYE Director: Aaron Fa’aoso

When 11 year old Whalen spies a Special Forces dinghy, the whole town gets in on the action to outdo the professionals at their own game. Set in the Torres Strait Islands.

DONE DIRT CHEAP Director: Debbie Carmody

Amos enlists two larrikin miners into his ingenious way to make money from an unsuspecting tourist, who walks into the plot and gets less than he bargained for.

KWATYE Director: Trisha Morton-Thomas

Who would have thought a glass of water could cause so much havoc?

HUSH Director: Dena Curtis

Ethel and her friend Mary resort to an unlikely occupation at night to top up their pensions. Ethel’s daughter is horrified when she discovers they are not really “playing cards”.

JACKIE JACKIE Director: Adrian Wills

Jinaali is a sweet overweight Aboriginal checkout chick at the local supermarket. Her boss, Mr Chuck, is constantly on her back until Jinaali finds a voice of her own. Have you got your Jackie Jackie doll yet?

˜BIT OF BLACK BUSINESS, Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), 3.30 p.m. Sunday 1st June


MAORI SHORT FILM SHOWCASE II

Join us on the closing afternoon of this year's festival with a special selection of new and recent 35 mm short films from right here in Aotearoa:

THE WORD 2007 15 mins 35 mm Director Quentin Parr

A futuristic short film about a boy caught between two worlds, the haves and the have nots.

THE KING BOYS 12 mins 2006 NZ Director Christopher Clark

A boy wrestles to resurrect his family's buried dream.

TAUA 2007 NZ 15 mins 35mm Director Tearepa Kahi

Taua features an impressive 50-ft waka as the focal point for a compelling historical tale that examines a young boy's compassion amidst the rivalry of Maori tribes at war.

GRAFFITI OF MR TUPAIA 2007 NZ 35 mm Director Christopher Dudman

When a Cook Island school cleaner answers an unusual graffiti message, his life, and the life of the mysterious author will never be the same again.

PATU IHU 2007 35 mm Director Summer Agnew

A young man explores a memory of a childhood game and a lesson learned from his uncle. The memory provides respite from the profound grief of the uncle’s passing and allows him time to reconcile his feelings of loss and say farewell.

˜ SHORT FILM SHOWCASE II, Gaiety Cinema,
4 p.m. Monday 2nd June


IN SPRING ONE PLANTS ALONE
1980 NZ 42 mins Director Vincent Ward

A portrayal of the relationship between an 82-year-old kuia and her 40-year-old intellectually handicapped son. The mother is her son's only protection from the outside world. Their relationship and survival is a delicate one, often subject to stress.

Preceded by:

THE SPIRITS AND TIMES WILL TEACH
1974 NZ 43 mins Director Barry Barclay

Part of the landmark “Tangata Whenua” series, produced by John O’Shea, directed by Barry Barclay, with conversations conducted by Michael King and Te Uira Manihera. Part 1 - In Those Times: Ngakahikatea Wirihana reminisces about her early life at the time of King Mahuta. Part 2 - Moko: Herepo Rongo is the last woman with moko kauae in the Poihakena community. Maori elders discuss the significance of moko kauae and the role of the kuia who still have them. Part 3 - Herepo's Place: Herepo revisits places of her youth and discusses her present life, looking after her mokopuna. She emphasises the value of land and describes how her community at Raglan lost its land to the government during the war and how the local authorities turned it into a golf course. Features Eva Rickard and family.

IN SPRING ONE PLANTS ALONE, 9.30 a.m., (Whare Kai), Saturday 31st May


RESTORING THE MAURI OF LAKE OMAPERE

2007 NZ 78 mins Director Simon Marler

Locals speak out about the pollution of Lake Omapere, once considered the great food basket of Nga Puhi.

˜ THE MAURI OF LAKE OMAPERE, 1.30 p.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), Saturday 31st May


BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND
Australia Director David Bradbury

Blowin' In The Wind is the latest film from two-time Academy Award nominee, David Bradbury. It examines the secret treaty that allows the US military to train and test its weaponry on Australian soil. It looks at the impact of recycled uranium weapons and the far-reaching physical and moral effects on every Australian. Blowin' In The Wind reveals that Iraqi babies are now being born with major birth defects. Bradbury wonders whether Australians living downwind from the military testing ranges will be next. He argues that Australians were lied to by the British over the Woomera and Maralinga atomic tests.

Preceded by:

KAITIAKI – EPISODE 2

This programme sees a dream come true for Ngati Koroki Kahukura as they participate in the re-introduction of long lost species such as kiwi and takahe to Maungatautari in the Waikato. Inside a 47 kilometre pest proof fence, the miracle of rebirth takes place with ancient plants, animals and bird species regenerating, free from introduced predators.

˜ BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND, 1.15 p.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Nui), Sunday 1st June


KAITIAKI SERIES – EPISODES 3 & 4

This half-hour documentary series produced by Auckland-based Kiwa Media highlights the ways in which whanau, hapu and iwi are working as active kaitiaki (guardians) of the environment. Each episode looks at a single environmental issue in depth and begins to explore the causes of the problem. Inevitably, it’s never simple and there’s never an easy solution but Kaitiaki looks to the community for sustainable answers.

KAITIAKI – EPISODES 3 & 4: Kaitiaki investigates the legacy of the now defunct Whakatane sawmill and the use of toxic chemicals in timber treatment. Although the mill closed in 1988, the battle by workers to have their work related health concerns diagnosed and recognised continues. The show looks at the land in the Eastern Bay of Plenty where dioxin-laced mill waste was dumped as landfill including marae and waahi tapu.

˜ KAITIAKI, 3.15 p.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Nui), Saturday 31st May


THE NEGLECTED MIRACLE

1985 NZ 105 mins  Director Barry Barclay

A feature length documentary dealing with the stewardship of plant genetic resources. Who is responsible for crops genetic resources, the basis of the world's food supplies? Sequences shot in Peru, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Netherlands, Italy, France and Australia . Political and social factors in genetic conservation. Wild species in Peru and Australia. The Central Potato Institute in Peru. Medicinal Plants and Reserves in Costa Rica. Building a Seeds Bank in Nicaragua. Plant Breeding in Netherlands, Italy and Peru. The "seeds industry" in France and Netherlands. Planters' rights. Plant patenting in Netherlands, France and Australia. The "business of flowers" in Netherlands.

˜ THE NEGLECTED MIRACLE, 9.30 a.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), Sun. 1st June


HERDSWOMAN
2007 Sweden 58 mins Director Kine Bowman

Aina, Elisabeth and Lisa belong to different generations. Their stories reflect life in Sapmi (Lapland) and the transition from nomadic existence to modern society.

Preceded by:

A SON OF TWO WORLDS 2007 Finland 27 mins Director Ima Aikio-Arianaick

Allu is an 8-year old boy in whose life both fells and tropics merge. A child of two worlds fishes and goes toboganning with his Sami grandmother and visits his Mauritian relatives.

˜ HERDSWOMAN, 3.15 p.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Nui), Sun. 1st June


ATLANTIS APPROACHING
2006 USA 51 mins Director Elizabeth Pollock

A documentary on the plight of the Tuvalu people, as they face the impending sea level rise caused by global climate change.

Preceded By:

KAITIAKI – EPISODE 1

This programme looks at an important part of New Zealand history: the battle for the return of the Raglan golf course to Maori. But in some ways, it was a hollow victory as sewage continues to be pumped into the sea near Te Kopua – with the outfall just metres from a kohanga reo.

˜ ATLANTIS APPROACHING, 11.15 a.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Nui), Monday 2nd June


BUFFY ST. MARIE – A MULTIMEDIA LIFE
2006 Canada 48 mins

Buffy Sainte-Marie, as one of the most influential Aboriginal figures in recent historic times, is undisputedly a gifted performer and songwriter, a role model, an innovator and a respected educator and activist. This documentary profiles her magical life of performance and art.

Preceded by:

KRUMPING IN GISBORNE
2007 NZ 4 mins Director Ben Cowper

A short documentary about Krumping in Gisborne.

ONE MORE TRY
2007 NZ 4 mins
Director Apirana Ipo Te Maipi

Memories of South Auckland as a child (music video).

˜ BUFFY ST. MARIE, 11 a.m., Gaiety Cinema, Saturday 31st May


SONGLINES TO THE SEINE
2007 Australia 52 mins Director Julie Nimmo

Songlines to the Seine begins at the Musée du quai Branly in Paris, location of one of the newest museums in the world. Only one group of Indigenous artists was invited to collaborate on its architectural project – Aboriginal Australians.

Preceded by:

FLOUR, SUGAR, TEA 2007 Australia 26 mins

Flour Sugar Tea is a personal journey by indigenous filmmaker Lee Willis-Ardler in which he explores how the changes to diet and lifestyle caused by White settlement are sill impacting catastrophically on the health of Indigenous communities.

˜ SONGLINES TO THE SEINE, 11.15 am, Taihoa Marae (Whare Nui), Saturday 31st May


THE GEORGE NEPIA SPECIAL
2006 NZ 50 mins

This is the story of one of the greatest rugby players in New Zealand history: the late great George Nepia. More than just a rugby story, this is an expose of a man in love with a woman struggling to raise a family in war-affected New Zealand. Told by his children and grandchildren, the George Nepia story is a poignant account of a great player who touched the lives of many rugby fans the world over.

˜ GEORGE NEPIA, 11.30 am, Taihoa Marae (Whare
Kai), Saturday 31st May


VOTE YES FOR ABORIGINES
2007 Australia 52 mins Director Frances Peters-Little 

‘Vote Yes for Aborigines’ marks the 40th anniversary of the 1967 referendum when over 90% of Australian voters created political history by saying YES to change the Constitution and allow Aboriginal people to be acknowledged as citizens in their own country.

Preceded by:

NIGGER LOVERS
2007 Australia 27 mins Director Rhonda Hagan
*** Film Makers Attending Screening ***

Known internationally for trying to get the word ‘Nigger’ removed from a sign in Toowoomba, Stephen Hagan is now being taken to Bankruptcy Court by the Toowoomba Sports Trust.

˜ VOTE YES FOR ABORIGINES, 1.30 p.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), Sunday 1st June


WAY OF THE WARRIOR
2007 USA 57 mins Director Patty Loew

*** Film Makers Attending Screening ***

This documentary examines the warrior ethic to try to answer the question why, during the wars of the 20th Century, Native American men and women volunteered to serve in the military in numbers that far exceeded their proportion in the general population.

Preceded By:

STONE COUNTRY 26 mins Director: Mark Anderson Producer: Katrina Lucas

A documentary snapshot of the local community of the remote aboriginal township of Ngukurr, on the southeast border of Arnhem Land.

˜ WAY OF THE WARRIOR, 3.30 p.m., Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), Saturday 31st May


THE LOST WAKA

The mysterious connection between Maori and the inhabitants of remote Polynesian islands thousands of kilometres west of Aoteaora is explored in The Lost Waka. This hour-long film follows former Maori Language Commissioner, Professor Patu Hohepa, and wife Erena as they travel to Rennell (Mu Ngiki) and Bellona (Mu Nggava) in search of the ‘lost waka’ – the link in the geneology, mythology and lapita design between Maori and the people of these islands.

Preceded by:

RUATEPUPUKE

The story of one of New Zealand ’s most magnificent meeting houses which still remains in foreign ownership is the focus of Ruatepupuke.  The hour-long film follows the people of a remote East Cape  settlement through the emotion, laughter and drama of reuniting with their sacred wharenui in the USA – and then allowing it to remain a world away.

˜ THE LOST WAKA, 9.30 am, Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), Sun 1st June


EATING PORK‘N’PUHA WITH CHOPSTICKS

The story of New Zealand’s unique Maori-Chinese community through the experiences of three generations of the Lee family from Auckland.

˜ EATING PORK N PUHA WITH CHOPSTICKS, 11.30 am, Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), Sun 1st June


BROKEN JOURNEY THE LIFE OF J.C. STURM

BROKEN JOURNEY 2007 NZ 52 mins Director Tim Rose Prod Huia Lambie

A visual biography of an acclaimed Māori woman writer, Jacqueline Cecelia Sturm (Taranaki, Whakatōhea), now aged 80 – one of the first Māori women to graduate from university.

Preceded by:

TURANGAARERE: THE JOHN POHE STORY
2007 NZ 26 mins Director Julian Arahanga

The story of a Maori war hero.

˜ BROKEN JOURNEY, 1.15 pm, Taihoa Marae (Whare Nui), Saturday 31st May

˜ BROKEN JOURNEY, 1.30 pm, Taihoa Marae (Whare Kai), Monday 2nd June


JENDAIRWAL DREAMING
2007 Australia 40 mins Director Denise M Stilley

Four “Stolen Generation”/coastal Aboriginal descendants describe the struggle they endured growing up in southeast Queensland. They unveil the depths of Dreamtime stories through living experience and their personal efforts to reawaken their cultural roots using corroborree.

Preceded by:

DARK SCIENCE Australia 52 mins Director Johan Gabrielsson & Warwick Thornton

Swedish scientist, Eric Mjoberg, came to the Kimberley of Western Australia in the early 1900’s seeking the missing link. He got more than he bargained for.

˜ JENDAIRWAL DREAMING, 1.15 pm, Taihoa Marae (Whare Nui), Sun 1st June

 

 

 

 

 

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