NGĀ AHO WHAKAARI – HUI-A-TAU 2019
16 March, The Hollywood Theatre,
20 St Georges Rd, Avondale, Auckland.
Ka whati te tai ka pao te tōrea
When the tide recedes, the oystercatcher strikes
0900 – 1000 WHAKATAU/REGISTRATION/KAPUTĪ
1000 – 1010 Mihi/Welcome
1010 – 1040 AHO SHORT FILMS
Yellow Roses by Paula Whetu Jones
Ani by Josephine Stewart – Te Whiu
1045 – 1130 DIRECTING ACTORS
Building the narrative with your actors.
1045 – 1115 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
Knowledge and Insights to the international markets.
1130 – 1215 PITCHING YOUR BIG IDEA
Open to Hui-a-Tau registrants and Ngā Aho Whakaari Members.
To register for this session email: email@example.com
1215 – 1245 A conversation with Michelle Derosier
1245 – 1330 Ka tina tātou ā te poupoutanga o te rā
1340 – 1415 ARCHIVING OF OUR TAONGA
A kōrero around the future of archiving Māori sound and vision.
1430 – 1445 AHO SHORT FILM
‘Rū’ co-written and directed by Awanui Simich Pene
1445 – 1530 CHANGING GATEWAYS FOR NEWS & JOURNALISM
A frank discussion on the cost of keeping news & journalism alive in this click and share world
1445 – 1530 CLOSEUP SESSION WITH MICHELLE DEROSIER
In the Hall for 20 booked participants only.
1540 – 1630 TE PUNI KŌKIRI – MĀORI MEDIA SECTOR SHIFT REVIEW
A kōrero with TPK – It’s a turbulent time for our sector and this Review could change everything. Time to have your say.
1700 – 1745 PŪTEA MONI 2019 & BEYOND
Larry Parr – Te Mangai Paho
Jane Wrightson – NZ on Air
Annabelle Sheehan – NZ Film Commission
1800 INTERNATIONAL FEATURE FILM – ANGELIQUE’S ISLE
Presented by Our International Guest – the Writer/Director, Michelle Derosier
The Aho Shorts Film Pitch short list from the morning’s competition
Te Mangai Paho Pitch Winner – $5K
Te Aupounamu Māori in Screen Excellence Award – $50K
2000 Ka tina I te tahi, ka hapa i te whitu
Current Membership – No Charge
Non-Members – $40 (includes lunch and dinner)
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Michelle Derosier – Anishinaabe Producer, Director, Writer, Artist
ANGELIQUE’S ISLE – Feature Film
Written by Michelle Derosier of Thunderstone Pictures and co-directed by Derosier and Marie-Helene Cousineau. This is a story of strength and survival. The movie is based on the true story of Angelique Mott, a 17-year-old Indigenous woman, who was abandoned along with her husband on Isle Royale, on Lake Superior, during the copper rush of 1845.
“I think as our voices, as Indigenous women … grew louder, whether it was through things like Idle No More several years back, or the strong voices that have been speaking up around the issue of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women, that … it kept driving me.”
The film was shot in northwestern Ontario, with scenes set at Fort William Historical Park and the Cascades Conservation Area in Thunder Bay, as well as along the shores of Lake Superior in Terrace Bay, Ont.
2018 Angelique’s Isle 2018
2016 The Grandfather Drum (short film) – Sundance, ImagineNative
2014 Walk A Mile Film Project – exploring the lives of indigenous youth
2011 Return to Manomin 2011
2010 The Healing Lens
Exhibition at New York Museum of Arts & Design – Changing Hands: Art Without Reservations 3