Posted Tuesday 16 Aug 2016
M?oriland Film Festival is an international festival organised by WIFT member Libby Hakaraia that celebrates Indigenous voices and storytelling in film. Each March, M?oriland presents a selection of the most distinctive Indigenous works from around the globe.
M?oriland Film Festival is on 15-19th March 2017 and considers film, video and digital media.
?taki has a strong M?ori identity with extensive M?ori education facilities. The works presented at M?oriland are a showcase of the immense wealth of Indigenous creative talents, demonstrating the unique and diverse perspectives of Indigenous people the world over.
To be eligible, an Indigenous person (ie. self-identified as Indigenous, Aboriginal, Native or First Peoples and their descendents) must have held a key creative role on the project as a writer, director, or producer. The content of the film/video can be universal.
M?oriland welcomes Indigenous filmmakers from around the globe to submit their film and digital media works via our online form: bit.ly/MFF2017Submissions
Submissions close November 16 2016.
For more information, please contact Madeleine de Young: firstname.lastname@example.org