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Puawai Cairns Aug 9
Absolutely stunning piece of work by Hepi Mita, his film “Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen”. A standing ovation for him and his whānau here at the Embassy. What a privilege to watch and witness the life of such an inspiring wahine
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ARRAY May 11
is a name we should all know. She was a courageous activist, caring mother and the very first woman from an Indigenous Nation to solely direct a movie ever.
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Bird Runningwater 31 May 17
Remembering our beloved whaea commemorating her journey to Hawaiki. We uplift your vision for always. Arohanui.
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Saaret E. Yoseph May 26
“I always have this desire to do things not well, but as brilliantly as possible.” - /
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ARRAY May 9
was the first woman from an Indigenous Nation to solely direct a film anywhere in the world. Our new film shines a light on her courage and perseverance as she broke down racial and gender barriers to tell her stories.
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Mama Klee 19 Apr 12
Anyone know how to contact Merata Mita?
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🇺🇸❤️#POTUS45❤️🇺🇸 30 May 11
lilked http://bit.ly/mgSpua
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M Oct 14
Indigenous women filmmakers: Apply to the Merata Mita fellowship by November 1.
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Gaston D'Agrivieri May 20
If you have you have to watch this amazing documentary made by some amazing New Zealanders filmmakers!!! tells the wonderful story of trailblazer and how through her passion for film and social issues; she made a positive change for indigenous people!
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Becky Nunes May 30
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Regina Lepping Mar 22
Such an amazing film "Merata Mita: How mum decolonized the screen" by Hepi Mita This women is an inspiration for all of us native people in speak up and breaking the silence.
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decolonisethescreen Jul 24
This is a web exclusive featuring Oscar award winning editor Annie Collins. Like our facebook page so you don't miss out on our upcoming videos:
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decolonisethescreen Jul 20
Patu!-Merata Mita's historic documentary on the 1981 Springbok Tour of NZ is available to view here:
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STG Jan 29
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Rachel Taulelei May 12
Cldn’t think of a better way to spend Māmā’s Day. Special screening of Merata: How Mum Decolonized the Screen...followed by Q+A w Merata’s tamariki. Lucky! Feeling uplifted + exhausted all at the same time. Truly phenomenal story
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Inga Kimberly Brown Jul 10
I love the doc “Merata :How Mum De Colonized the Screen”. . A fabulous doc by Hepi Mita about his mother Merata Mita. The New Zealand black woman who decolonized the screen.
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Leslye Joy Allen_Ayọ May 10
Reviews for the essential documentary ‘Merata,’ Jamaica’s poetic ‘Black Mother’ and more - Los Angeles Times
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Dana Ledoux Miller Feb 1
An amazing week for women of the Pacific on film. I cried just watching the trailer!
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Blitz Bazawule May 4
YESSS!!!! is back with their 23rd release about Pioneering Activist Filmmaker who “Decolonised The Screen” . Can't wait for y'all to see this Masterpiece. Thank You for this amazing movement!!! 🙌🏿🙌🏿
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Melissa D'Agostino May 3
This doc is a must see. was a pioneer & a visionary who made moving & necessary films.
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