here is a showcase of a number of community films we've created throughout aotearoa
The Pou on Whenua Hou
Follow James York and Tane Davis' Story as they explore Whenua Hou (Codfish Island) looking to complete the new set of Pou on Whenua Hou
He Waka Kōtuia
He Waka Kōtuia is a Kaupapa Māori Lifestyle for Secondary School Rangatahi based in Otepoti
IWINET - THE APP FOR NGĀ IWI MĀORI
A look into Hori Mataki and Sampson Karst's journey to bring an interactive app for Iwi Māori across Aotearoa to life!
Steven Adams Camps at Ngā Hau E Whā
Checkout the OKC Thunder as they come to Ngā Hau E Whā Marae to teach the Rangatahi about Basketball.
Patu Aotearoa is a new initiative to engage with whānau and decrease inactivity rates in New Zealand in particular Maori and Pacific Island.
Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson showcase the release of their first bilingual learning resource for babies.
Kākano cafe and cookery school
Kakano Cafe and Cookery School is a kaupapa that brings healthy & nutritious mahinga kai to the world.
Hale compound and conditioning
HCC is Corey and Manu Hale, who are bringing change to what healthy lifestyles fitness and training can bring to whānau.
Witness Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō rangatahi as they journey throughout their homelands visiting sacred wāhi tapu.
The POU on Whenua Hou
Part One we join Carver James York, as he begins to cavre three pou to be installed on Whenua Hou in 2017.
The Pou at Koukourārata
Discover the sacred meaning and rich history of Christchurch and Port Levy by gaining insight into these contemporarily carved Ngāi Tahu pou.
Pā Ora, Pā Wānanga
Discover Omaka Marae who have created an ambitious plan for a thriving and sustainable learning and living marae.
Gain insight into unique plays and new community engaging game-plans that Bluff has to offer it's people.
An inspiring camp based in the Catlins, that teaches youth to live in the ways of their ancestors outdoors.
Te Pōkai Ao Haerenga
The journey of nine Ngāi Tahu rangatahi as they discover new technology in Silicon Valley.
Waka whenua is a kaupapa that creates tangible expressions of aroha, in the form of a waka ipu for babies placenta.
Te Ao HangaraU
Discover who Te Ao Hangarau are and what creative insight they bring for the future of rangatahi in the digital sector of Aotearoa
Hei Whakapiki Mauri
An inspiring story about what it means to empower Māori with a disability and see Gary and Ruth's exciting journey.
Poutama Ahi Kaa
A movement that seeks to return the knowledge of the carvings and their history and meanings back to its people.