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Children of the Migration

Television (Excerpts) – 2004

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Through candid interviews and rare archival footage Children of the Migration tells the stories of the Pacific Island immigrants who came to New Zealand from the 1950s to 1980s, and changed the cultural landscape of Aotearoa. Presented by David Sa'ena and actor Vela Manusaute, this humorous and moving documentary includes interviews with All Black Tana Umaga, boxer David Tua, actress Teuila Blakely, hip hop artist King Kapisi and poet Tusiata Avia. Fijian European Lala Rolls directs.

Key Cast & Crew

David Sa'ena

Presenter

Lala Rolls

Director, Editor

Vela Manusaute

Presenter

Chris Ellis

Producer

Michelle Turner

Producer

John Boswell

Sound

See all 15 credits

Produced by

Island Productions Aotearoa

Source


Island Productions Aotearoa

Acknowledgements

Made with funding from NZ On Air and TVNZ

 

Music

Features music by King Kapisi, Bill Sevesi, Che Fu, Maurice Newport, John Martin, David Fanshaw, Yasawa, Opensouls, Brother Love (Rahui Vaka), Ta'akoka Dance Troube, Pepe and the Raratongan, Taka Ngatipa, Peni Jean, and Rhombus

Categories

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