For five days in March, Ōtaki is home to the largest Indigenous Film Festival in the southern hemisphere presenting films from all over the world.
Put it in your calendar now!
At Māoriland you will be transported around the world to places and peoples whose stories will intrigue and amaze.
MFF21 includes over 120 films from 80 Indigenous nations.
Enjoy films, art, emerging technology, industry workshops and kōrero and more! Highlights include the Māoriland Keynote with Rena Owen and the Māoriland Red Carpet Party with Troy Kingi.
Meet the filmmakers and join the circle of Indigenous cinema.
Nau mai haere mai - we’ll see you there!
Free Bus to Māoriland Film Festival March 24-28
Wellington UNESCO City of Film is providing a FREE BUS from Wellington to Ōtaki twice daily for the duration of the festival
Get on board to enjoy local and international indigenous cinema plus a range of cultural events and exhibitions.
Bus timetable and event programme available here: