The May Book is the official handbook of NZ Music Month. Whether you’re an emerging artist or a seasoned professional, this resource shares inspiring stories and helpful tips and information for your career.
Irirangi Te Motu NZ On Air and Te Māngai Pāho’s fourth co-funding round has awarded 12 bilingual projects up to $5.9m to further champion the use of te reo Māori across a wide variety of platforms.
He taonga anō mā te motu – Kua whakatiketikehia ngā kaupapa reo Māori i te rauna tuku pūtea pāhekoheko a Irirangi Te Motu me Te Māngai Pāho
I te rauna tuku pūtea pāhekoheko tuawhā a Irirangi Te Motu me Te Māngai Pāho, kua tukua ngā pūtea kia eke ki te $5.9m ki ngā kaupapa reo rua e tekau-mā-rua ki te whakatairanga i te whakamahinga o te reo Māori i ngā paepāho whānui.
Te Māngai Pāho and Octave are pleased to announce a partnership with Te Murumāra Foundation, integrating Te Aka dictionary with ReoAko.
The seven successful projects include one feature documentary and six drama series projects and represent a broad array of ideas and creative teams with the potential to engage both local and international audiences.
The Aotearoa Music Awards celebrated the industry’s top artists and creativity. Although COVID-19 restrictions precluded a live audience at the awards show last night, the broadcast allowed people to tune in from their homes and celebrate our kaipuoro.
Four screen projects selected in the Interim Production Round of the $50 million Te Puna Kairangi Premium Fund
A documentary about the disappearance of six people in a small surf town and the true story of a 70-year-old diesel mechanic who cracked a drug operation are just two of four incredible projects that will share in over $11.5m of funding being offered
The final production funding round for Te Puna Kairangi will open on Monday 6 December 2021 with a deadline of Tuesday 22 February 2022.
Round 2 of Ara ki Te Puna Kairangi - The Premium Development Fund opens today, Thursday 23 September with a with a deadline of 1pm, 14 October 2021.
An extra opportunity for funding for the screen industry, supported by the guilds was announced on 30 August by funding agencies Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC), Te Māngai Pāho and Irirangi te Motu (NZ On Air).
Te Māngai Pāho is pleased to support the launch of a new online translation tool developed by Octave
Octave and Te Māngai Pāho have created a translation tool for websites to both increase the use of te reo Māori online as well as encourage audiences to engage with and learn kupu hou.
Te Māngai Pāho is among many who are supporting this kaupapa with more than 27 songs being released. Waiata Anthems Week is an opportunity to celebrate our unique culture and to acknowledge those who have come before us in championing Māori music.