Te Rā o Waitangi and Whānau Film Night 2022

Nau mai, haere mai. We were proud to present two free, whānau-friendly events, in commemoration of Aotearoa’s national day.

Whānau Film Night

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You are still able to view an hour of Māori/indigenous animated short films curated by Wairoa Film Festival.

We are pleased to present:

Te Rā o Waitangi

Ki hea | Where Online, see our Youtube page
Te utu | Cost Free

Prepare some kai and catch up with friends and whānau while you enjoy an award-winning line-up of Māori performers. Our Te Rā o Waitangi video is still available for you to watch. Check out our programme:

5:00min Opening skit
7:10 Message – Mayor Andy Foster
9:24 Ngāti Pōneke Māori Club
26:57 Message – Kara Puketapu-Dentice, Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika
28:29 James Kereama Stent & Tui Tahere-Katene
49:06 Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision – Excerpt from ‘Ngā Wai e Rua: Stories of Us’
52:35 Joel Ruys & the Huia Express
1:17:40 Message – Karepa Wall, Tātai Heke Māori, Wellington City Council
1:20:27 Majic
1:50:38 Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision – Excerpt from ‘Ngā Wai e Rua: Stories of Us’
1:54:18 Creative Nātives
2:34:00 Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision – Excerpt from the documentary ‘PATU! (1983)’
2:37:50 Laughton Kora & Tiki Taane
3:07:52 Rameka Tamaki

Presented by the Wellington City Council Arts and Events Team.

For detailed information about Life at Red, including restrictions around gatherings at home, visit the Government's COVID-19 website - Life at Red.