Māoriland is hiring! They're looking for four self-motivated individuals who are passionate about working with rangatahi. If that sounds like you, check out the full job descriptions via the links below.
We're thrilled for these members who won awards at the 15th annual Doc Edge International Documentary Film Festival Awards, held online on 19 June. The Best NZ Short went to Kirsty Griffin and Viv Kernick for Pluck; The Best NZ Director and NZ Editing went to Sally Williams for Stevenson: Lost and Found. In the New Zealand Student Short Competition, the award for Best Tertiary went to Kate Gordon for Hurting to Heal, and the Doc Edge Superhero Award went to Jane Wrightson, former Chief Executive of NZ On Air.