Posted Tuesday 24 Nov 2015
If you are near Porirua tomorrow evening (Wednesday 25 November) get along to an evening of music and song, through a compilation programme of three short documentaries focusing on Pasifika musical output:
Mou Piri: A Rarotongan Love Song (2013,) is directed by WIFT memberr Karin Williams, and will screen with Song of the South Seas - The Life and Music of Bill Sevesi (1992, director Chris Williams), and Bill Sevesi's Dream (2011, director Ying Ly).
Mou Piri: A Rarotongan Love Song, 12 min
Culture is like love - if you just hold tight, you�ll be OK. That�s the message of Mou Piri, a South Pacific love song that has touched hearts around the world. The short documentary explores the importance of music and dance in Cook Islands culture, through the story of a romantic song that is synonymous with island weddings.
|Wednesday, 25 November 2015|
|Where:||Porirua Strong Pacific Families Cultural Heritage Exhibition Pop Up Gallery, 10 Hartham Place North, Porirua City Centre See map|
|Running time:||81 minutes|
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Karin is now development Executive at the NZ Film Commission