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Māoriland Presents Mankiller

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This is the story of an American hero.

One who stands tall amongst the likes of Robert Kennedy, Harriet Tubman and Martin Luther King, Jr. Someone who humbly defied the odds and overcame insurmountable obstacles to fight injustice and gave a voice to the voiceless.

And yet few people know her name. This is the story of an American legend, Wilma Mankiller, who overcame rampant sexism and personal challenges to emerge as the Cherokee Nation's first female Principal Chief in 1985.

Mankiller examines the legacy of the formidable Wilma Mankiller and reunites the documentary team of Gale Anne Hurd and Valerie Red-Horse Mohl for their third and most powerful film. Mankiller reminds audiences of the true meaning of servant leadership and serves as a wake-up call to take action for positive change.

Mankiller will screen alongside Shaandiin Tome's award-winning short film, Mud "On her last day, Ruby faces the inescapable remnants of alcoholism, family, and culture."

Māoriland Film Festival:

Established in 2014, Māoriland Film Festival (MFF) is New Zealand's International Indigenous film festival celebrating Indigenous voice and storytelling in film. Every March Indigenous filmmakers from around the world travel to Ōtaki on the 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.

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