'Ways To See' World Premiere at NZIFF. Ngā Whanaunga shorts' 2019

"Ways To See" had its world premiere yesterday at the New Zealand International Film Festival, as part of the Ngā Whanaunga Māori and Pasifika shorts 2019.


It was joined by short films; 'Liliu' by Jay Tauamiti, 'Ani' (Berlinale 2019) by Josephine Stewart Te Whiu, 'Rū' by Awanui Simich-Pene, "Yellow Roses" by Paula Whetu Jones and one documentary – "Our Atoll Speaks" by Gemma Cubero del Barrio.


Photographer Raymond Sagapolutele documented the event as ASB Waterfront Theatre. Giving a special mention to 'Ways To See',


"...'Ways to See' is beautifully shot and that contemporary take on legends walking and dealing with issues that take a toll on our communities was a winner for me." - Raymond Sagapolutele


The festival continues across the country. The next screening of the Ngā Whanaunga' program is on Weds, 24th July in Auckland.


Tickets available here: https://www.nziff.co.nz/2019/auckland/nga-whanaunga-maori-pasifika-shorts-2019/





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