Part one of three from this full length television programme.
Part two of three from this full length television programme.
Part three of three from this full length television programme.
This episode of arts show Frontseat visits the inaugural edition of the Māori Film Festival in Wairoa, with Ramai Hayward and Merata Mita making star turns, alongside a tribute to teenage filmmaker Cameron Duncan. Elsewhere, Deborah Smith and Marti Friedlander korero about their She Said exhibition, and about photographing kids and staging reality; and Auckland’s St Matthew in the City showcases spiritual sculpture. A ‘where are they now’ piece catches up with Val Irwin, star of Ramai and Rudall Hayward's interracial romance To Love a Māori (1972).
The best thing about growing old now is watching those young filmmakers come to the fore and watching the films they've made ...– Merata Mita
Made with funding from NZ On Air
Opening and closing music 'Te Aro Mojo' by Woodcut Productions