In this panel discussion, writer and director Becs Arahanga, content commissioner

at Māori Television (kaikōkiri Kaupapa at  Whakaata Māori) Lanita Ririnui and

producer Piripi Curtis explore ideas and methods for Tikanga Māori to be

incorporated into the creation of screen work, from the development of the idea,

through to funding, production, distribution and audience engagement. They share

their own transformative experiences and discuss future ways to tell stories with

Tikanga led values and processes. This panel is moderated by producer Kay

Ellmers.

 

This session is from the Big Screen Symposium held in Auckland on the 4th and 5th of December 2020.

The Big Screen Symposium 2020 was brought to you by Script to Screen and J&A

Productions. We gratefully thank our event partners - the New Zealand Film

Commission, New Zealand On Air, Te Māngai Paho, Images & Sound, Screen

Auckland and AUT.

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