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  • Merata Mita - Wikipedia

    Merata Mita, CNZM (19 June 1942 – 31 May 2010) was a significant filmmaker in New Zealand as well as a key figure in the growth of the Māori screen industry.

  • Merata Mita | NZ On Screen

    Merata Mita was a key figure in the story of Māori filmmaking. Through documentaries, interviews, public speaking and her 1987 dramatic feature Mauri, she was a ...

  • Merata Mita | NZ On Screen

    Merata Mita - A passionate advocate for Māori creative control, director Merata Mita (1942 - 2010) documented some of the most controversial events of Aotearoa’s ...

  • Tribute: Merata Mita | The Big Idea

    Respected Maori filmmaker Merata Mita has died after collapsing outside Maori Television's Auckland studios on May 31. Read some of the tributes below and use the ...

  • Merata - Making Waves - Wellington - Eventfinda

    Pioneering Māori filmmaker Merata Mita's career spanned 20 years and her films were a unique and brave account of New Zealand social and political history.

  • Merata Mita - IMDb

    Merata Mita, Producer: Mauri. Merata Mita was born on June 19, 1942 in Maketu, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. She was a producer and director, known for Mauri (1988), Patu!

  • He poroporoaki kia Merata Mita (Tribute to Merata Mita ...

    E te whaea Merata, kua riro rā koe e te ringa kaha o aitua. Kei te hahae te tau o te ate. Kei te mōteatea ngā mahara mō koutou kua rere atu rā ki te kāhui ...

  • - Poroporoaki ki a Merata Mita

    E te rangatira, Merata, kua kapohia koe e te ringa ohorere o aitua. Kua pani o iwi, Ngati Pikiao, Ngai Te Rangi, ratou ko o karanga maha.

  • DUET for MERATA MITA 1942-2010 - Wellywood Woman

    There’s so much to celebrate about Merata Mita’s life. ‘Extraordinary’ is the word I’ve heard most often this week, as people express their sorrow that ...

  • Considering Merata Mita’s Legacy | Enjoy Gallery

    Two factors have contributed to the dialectic of persistent erosion of the rights of a growing number of Maori women who articulate and express themselves, not only ...

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