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Waitangi whānau film night

Waitangi whānau film night

Waitangi Day is all about coming together to celebrate our national day with whānau and friends. In addition to the International Kai Festival at Whatakū Marae and Founders Heritage Park a whānau film night will be available in the evening.

Bring a picnic and come along to enjoy a film with your whānau. Gold coin entry.

‘Poi E’, a simple song with a catchy beat released 32 years ago, has become New Zealand’s unofficial national anthem. With humour, energy and emotion, the movie Poi E is the story of how that iconic song gave pride to generations of New Zealanders. From Taika Waititi giving Stan Walker his quirky take on life in the 1980s to Pātea Māori Club members’ straight-talking and funny memories of the song’s visionary originator Dalvanius Prime, director Tearepa Kahi (Mt Zion) captures a unique story that taps into the heart of the nation.

Credit: Nelson City Council

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