Rangi Rangitukunoa has a background in performing, kapa haka and theatre — he has shared stages with Te Waka Huia, Mika, and Moana and the Tribe. His screen credits include acting roles (indie comedy Crackheads) and presenting Māori Television motoring show Meke My Waka. Behind the scenes work as a cameraman led to a run of directing gigs on Māori TV programmes, from preschool to talk shows, to setting the tone for The Stage - Haka Fusion, as director of the first episode. In 2016 he created and directed Māori warrior series Kairākau, which dramatises legendary stories and skills from the past.
As Māori, we should stand proud in telling our stories. Some people might think this programme is just about fighting, but actually it's also about our ancestors and bringing their stories back to life. Rangi Rangitukunoa on his TV series Kairākau, in a March 2016 interview with Māori Television
2016, As: Hotu, Series Creator, Director, Editor, Associate Producer - Television
2016, Series Creator, Director, Editor, Associate Producer - Television
2016, Director, Camera Operator - Television
2011, Director - Television
2009 - 2011, As: Various roles - Television
2004, Subject - Television