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Kiriata reo Māori

When:

Tue 12 Sep 2017, 6:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Te Oro, 98 Line Rd, Glen Innes, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Related Artists:

Māori language films, music, and kōrero.

Rātū, 12 o Mahuru (Tuesday, 12 September), 6pm.

He karanga tēnei ki a koutou kia haere mai ki tō mātou hui kiriata, puoro, ngahau hoki hei whakanui i te reo Māori i tōnā wiki motuhake.

Join us for a celebration of film, music, and entertainment in Te Reo Māori for Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week).

Kua whiriwhiria e Leo Koziol o te Ahurei Kiriata ki Te Wairoa ētehi kiriata reo Māori, ā, ka haere mai he kaikōrero, he kaiwaiata hoki ki te hāpai i te kaupapa whakanui i te reo rangatira.

A selection of short films curated by Leo Koziol will be complemented by music videos and speakers celebrating the indigenous language of Aotearoa.

He kiriata reo Māori te katoa, engari kua whai kupu hauraro te nuinga (hāunga i a Noa and Noel).

All short films will be subtitled in English (except for Noa and Noel).

Including:
- Kiriata Puoro - Music Videos
- Mohaka by Toni Huata
- Tangaroa Whakamautai by Maisey Rika
- Kariri by Rob Ruha ft Tiki Taane
- Aotearoa with Stan Walker, Ria Hall, Troy Kingi and Maisey Rika
- Wairua by Maimoa

Kiriata Poto - Short Films:
- The Road to Whakarae by Tim Worrall, courtesy of Loading Docs
- Taku Rākau E by Kararaina Rangihau
- Tawhiti by Tamati Ihaka
- Kotuku Rerenga Wairua by Tim Worrall, courtesy of Loading Docs
- Noa and Noel, a Wairoa Māori Film Festival co-production
- Ūkaipō Whenua by Kararaina Rangihau

Also on at the Herald Theatre and Māngere Arts Centre Ngā Tohu o Uenuku.

This event is proudly brought to you by Auckland Council.

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