He ataata no Te Rarawa; Archival films featuring Te Rarawa - Friday 25th March

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Te Runanga o Te Rarawa and New Zealand Film Archives proudly present

He ataata no Te Rarawa; Archival films featuring Te Rarawa

Friday 25th March at 7.00pm

24-26 Matthews Avenue, Kaitaia (opposite DoC and RD1)

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Free screening & commentary with special footage of;

  • KOHA 1985: Ephraim Te Paa welcomes viewers to the screening.
  • AHIPARA WOMEN'S FIRE BRIGADE 1950'S: Silent footage of the Brigade in action.
  • PANGURU: A FESTIVAL OF FAITH, Excerpt from Karanga Hokianga & Festival of Faith in 1978
  • KOHA 1983: TE WHAEA O TE MOTU, Profiling Dame Whina Cooper.
  • WAKA HUIA: MITIMITI: Kingi Ihaka junior talks with Hiripi Hotere.
  • KOHA 1983: PAWARENGA, Profiling a community work trust.
  • LAST ROUND UP AT TE PAKI: The last drive from Te Paki Station.
  • PERSONAL RECORD: A HOLDER, A silent colour film clip of Ahipara in the mid 50's from the Holder whānau of Kaitaia
  • KOHA 1984: Weaving activities at Pukepoto Marae.
  • WAKA: THE AWAKENING DREAM, Highlighting the building of Tinana Waka at Pukepoto.
  • NGĀ WAIATA O TE HIKU O TE IKA; Excerpts. Te Rore Nathan explains the waiata Te Rarawa te Iwi composed by Simon Snowden

EVERYONE WELCOME                  NAU MAI HAERE MAI


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