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He Mihi

Tēnei te whakairi ake i ngā parekawakawa o ngā mate huhua o te wā. 
E tangi mōteatea ana ki a rātou kua karangahia e te ao wairua kia rūpeke atu ki tua o te pae o maumahara. 
Tērā rātou kua riro ki tērā kāpunipunitanga, haere, haere e oki atu. 
Ko te whakatau noa nei, ko rātou te hunga mate ki a rātou.
Ko tātou ngā kanohi ora ki a tātou. 
Nō reira, tēnā anō tātou katoa.



 


Māori Music Funding Deadline Extended to 28th April 2017


Kia ora to all of you who have been patiently waiting for the Music Application Form to be posted. Both the Music Tracks and Music Video Funding Application Forms are now available in Te Pūahatanga.

PLEASE NOTE: in view of the technical delays we have encountered the closing date has been extended.

NOTE ALSO: that while the 2017 Music Funding rounds are for all genres of Music, Te Māngai Pāho will only consider content in the Fluent Language category (above 70% te reo content) in these rounds.

The new closing date for Māori Music - tracks and videos, in all genres is now 5.00pm on Friday 28th April, 2017.

To apply for funding you will need to become a Registered Provider through the online funding management system, Te Pūahatanga. 
To register go to: http://funding.tmp.govt.nz

Once you have registered you will have access to the online application.

Please refer to the 2017 Music RFP for all details.

Should you have any queries please contact the Manager of the Radio Portfolio, Carl Goldsmith carl@tmp.govt.nz  

 

 


Te Mātāwai Appoint CEO


Te Māngai Pāho wishes to acknowledge Te Atarangi Whiu who has been appointed as the first Chief Executive for Te Mātāwai.
Te Atarangi Whiu is of Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Ranginui, and Ngāti Maniapoto affiliation and has worked in Te Puni Kōkiri, the Ministry of Education as well as in parliament as a ministerial advisor.
A pōwhiri was held for Te Atarangi Whiu on the 2 March 2017.
From July 1 Te Mātāwai takes responsibility for $9 million a year in community language programme funding and $1 million in research funding.


Te Mātāwai Consultation Hui


Ko tā te whakahaere hōu a Te Mātāwai, he ārahi i ngā mahi whakarauora i te reo Māori mā ngā iwi me Ngai Māori. Ka tukuna e rātou te reo pōwhiri ki te hunga e kaingākaunui ana, e mahi ana, e whakahaere kaupapa ana, e aro nui ana ki te reo Māori, kia haramai ki tētahi o ngā hui ka tū i ngā rohe huri noa te motu.

Te Mātāwai will be holding consultation hui throughout the motu.  This is an opportunity for all to determine the future strategies for the revitalisation of our language.

Outlined are the dates and venues of these hui.

POUTŪ-TE-RANGI
29 March (11am - 1pm)  |  Te Ara o Tāwhaki , EIT, 501 Gloucester Road, Napier|
29 March (3pm - 6pm)  |  Te Te Tumu, School of Maori, Pacific and Indigenous People, Sth Tower, Richardson Building, University of Otago
30 March (2pm - 5pm)  |  Harvard Lounge, 31 Corsair Drive, Wigram, Christchurch

PAENGA-WHĀWHĀ
3 April (5.30pm - 7.30pm)  |  Tunohopu Marae, 5 Tunohopu Street, Ohinemutu, Rotorua 
7 April (3pm - 6pm)  |  Distinction Hotel and Conference Centre, 100 Garnett St, Te Rapa, Hamilton
7 April (10am - 2.30pm)  |  Te Puna o Te Mātauranga Marae, NorthTec Raumanga Campus, 51 Raumanga Valley Road, Whangarei
10 April (10am)  |  Te Tini o Porou, 75 Huxley Road, Kaiti, Gisborne
10 April (3pm - 6pm)  |  Te Toki Pakohe (D Block), Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, 322 Hardy Street, Nelson

Ko Ana Tapiata te kaiwhakarite. 
Īmēra: hui@tematawai.maori.net - Waea pūkoro: 027-578-0772


Māori Television - Turning Up the Haka


Māori Television are bringing kapa haka to your livings rooms with new shows “The Ring Inz” and “Haka Life”, premiering March 22nd and 23rd.

Te Matatini may be done and dusted, but Māori Television are making sure you continue to get your haka fix in the fresh new wave of shows lined up for this year.
“Haka Life” gets down to the real nitty gritty of kapa haka, providing the best yet behind-the-scenes look at the trials, tribulations and triumphs of Ngā Tūmanako kapa haka as they journey to Te Matatini 2017. The series follows new parents, talented musicians, practiced leaders, kapa haka couples and returners to the group who all hang their hopes on making the final cut and walking away with the national title. Viewers will see whether all their commitment and sacrifice will be worth it.
“The Ring Inz” promises to deliver a comedy-drama approach to the highs and lows of choosing the haka life. There are bold characters and a collision of relationships, making for a crazy crew with a burning passion for kapa haka. It’s all laughs and set on a marae, celebrating the individual quirks that make us who we are and the achievements that can be gained when we all band together. These actors are no strangers to Aotearoa screens, with Hori Ahipene playing Teepz and Whāea Mavis, Katie Wolfe as Nanny Fanny and Roimata Fox as Koakoa.
The season premieres screened last week and will be a regular feature on Māori Television - “Haka Life” Wednesdays 9:00pm and “The Ring Inz” on Thursdays at 9:00pm

 

 


Māoriland Film Festival 15th – 19th March 2017, Ōtaki.


The Māoriland Film Festival was held in Ōtaki from 15th March - 19th March.  As well as film screenings (including 35 NZ titles among the 100 on offer), the 2017 festival offered “The Māoriland Rangatahi Film Festival”, curated by young people for young people.  It featured interactive kōrero with industry professionals from the Sundance Native programme and imagineNATIVE; and explorations of Virtual Reality with INDIGILAB.  

This year Te Māngai Pāho sponsored the Virtual Reality/360 workshops for rangatahi and Māori filmmakers.   For the rangatahi, there was involvement in the creation and making of a 360 degree film in te reo Māori with tamariki from Te Kura-ā-Iwi o Whakatupuranga Rua Mano. The film screened to an estimated 800 tamariki at the E Tū Whānau Film Awards on Thursday 15th March - the opening day of the first Māoriland Rangatahi Film Festival.

Key Facts & Figures
-  121 Features, Shorts, Documentaries, Workshops, Kōrero and other special events
-  8 New Zealand premieres of multi-award winning international Indigenous feature films including two Oscar nominated films
-  100 films from 15 countries and 71 Indigenous nations
-  35 New Zealand films
-  A majority of film and videos created by Indigenous female directors (60%)
-  A big celebration of films made by rangatahi Māori for Māoriland
-  Festival representatives from Sundance, imagineNATIVE, Toronto International Film Festival and Winda Australia



Te Kahu o te Amorangi - Te Matatini Kapa Haka 2017


Te Kahu o te Amorangi – Te Matatini 2017, hosted by Ngāti Kahungunu drew thousands who came to witness 47 teams compete over four days of competition.
Te Matatini Chair Selwyn Parata paid a special tribute to Ngāti Kahungunu for organising an event of this calibre that well exceeded expectations. 
Kahungunu chairman Ngahiwi Tomoana said that the iwi had put around $2.5 million into the event in order to cater for 1,880 performers for a week with daily crowds upwards of 10,000 coming through the gates. 
Te Māngai Pāho proudly sponsored the “live” radio and television broadcasts with local iwi broadcaster Radio Kahungunu providing live radio coverage and Hakarongo Mai broadcasting live English language translations of each performance. Māori Television provided television broadcasts and online streams of each performance over four days. The station has reported significantly increased numbers taking the online streams of the competition.
Being currently co-located with Te Matatini office staff, TMP was able to see first-hand some of the considerable behind the scenes effort that went into the organisation of the festival.

TOP THREE KAPA HAKA OVERALL
2nd - Te Waka Huia
3rd - Te Iti Kahurangi

TE TOA WHAKAIHUWAKA MŌ TE TAU 2017
1st - Whāngārā Mai Tawhiti

Koia kei a koutou ngā kaihaka katoa i tū ki te papa tū waewae!
Congratulations to all teams who took to the stage during this fantastic event.

Te Matatini 2019 will be held in Te Whanganui-a-Tara region.  Dates and venue will be confirmed at a later date.    
 

 


Taika Waititi New Zealander of the Year


Film director Taika Waititi has been named New Zealander of the year 2017. Of Te Whānau-ā-Apanui descent, Waititi became a familiar sight on New Zealand and international screens with Flight of the Conchords, Green Lantern and Scarfies. He has frequently acted on the films he has directed, including Eagle vs Shark, Boy and What We Do in the Shadows.
Waititi's most recent film, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, is the largest grossing NZ film at the New Zealand box office ever.
Te Māngai Pāho wish to congratulate Taika on his well deserved accolade. 

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