Director: Puka Moeau

Institute History

  • 2003 Sundance Film Festival


A short documentary by first-time director Puka Moeau about kapa haka champions, the Rangimarie, their traditional forms of Maori song and dance, and how they are being used to promote their messages of peace to the world, especially after September 11.

— Bird Runningwater

Screening Details


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