Working from the Shore: Wananga
Working from the Shore is a series of panel discussions that consider how the work of Maori filmmakers Barry Barclay and Merata Mita has informed contemporary understandings and approaches to moving image within the realms of filmmaking, film theory and the visual arts. What we hope will emerge from across these three panels are the commonalities of concerns shared by indigenous filmmakers, artists and theorists — the historical struggles of sovereign representation, the importance of representation, and the ethics of working within communities — as well as some of the diverging ways in which contemporary makers understand the camera today.
Filmmaking: Heperi Mita, Pita Turei, Sima Urale
Film theory: Angela Moewaka Barnes, Ella Henry, Christina Milligan
Visual Arts: Robert George, Nova Paul, Tuafale Tanoa’i, aka Linda T.
Image: Tuafale Tanoa’i, aka Linda T., Memories of Merata Mita (still), 2018, film
Saturday 22 September, 11am-4.30pm
$20 per person / $15 concession, includes lunch and refreshments
Bookings: (09) 817 8087 | firstname.lastname@example.org