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Restoring Hope Television (Full Length) – 2013 Documentary Māori

Restoring Hope

Television (Full Length) – 2013 Documentary Māori

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This often confronting documentary observes a Māori restorative justice model through the eyes of straight-talking Mike Hinton, manager of Restorative Justice at Manukau Urban Māori Authority. The bringing together of victims (including wider whānau) and offenders may offer an alternate way forward for "a criminal justice system failing too many and costing too much”. Restoring Hope kicked off Māori Television’s 2013 season of Sunday night docos. In a Herald On Sunday preview, Sarah Lang argued it was “enough to restore hope in local documentary-making.”

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Eugene Carnachan

Director

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Julia Parnell

Producer, Director

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Annie Murray

Network Executive

I’m in an arena where people have high emotions, they get stressed and pressured. I’m reasonably confident that I can avoid situations where I’ll be unsafe. I don’t have any death wish — I’ve got a game of golf tomorrow.
– Mike Hinton, on the dangers of the job

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Made with funding from NZ On Air

'Ngā mihi ki a koutou, warmest thanks to all the whānau and individuals who allowed us to document their restorative justice journey'