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Aotearoa New Zealand Film Festival begins on 2 August at Doris Duke Theatre. This showcase of Aotearoa's rich culture and distinctive cinematic visions highlights Mana Wahine (feminine power) with several films directed by and starring Māori women.
'O le Fīlīga o le 'Afa Sāmoa, by Galumalemana Steven Percival, Monday, August 18, 12 noon, Moore Hall 155A
A special showing and discussion of this film about the braiding of Samoan sennit is being presented by the Samoan Language and Literature Program, Department of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures. Independent filmmaker and photographer Galumalemana Steven Percival of Paradigm Documentaries, Tiapapata Art Centre, shares Samoa's rich natural and cultural heritage through Fallen Lizard Films. For more information on the Tiapapata Art Centre, visit www.creativesamoa.com. An introduction to Galumalemana's film work can be seen on YouTube. For more information about this film showing, please call 956-7371.
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