Film Festival short tells story of Dawn Raids
Sat, 02 Jun 2012 1:43p.m.
The New Zealand International Film Festival is holding its first ever Best Short Film Competition.
One of the finalists is Marina McCartney, who drew on family history to tell a story about the controversial Dawn Raids on Pasifika families in the 1970s.
Watch the video for the full interview with Ms McCartney and a short scene from her film, Milk and Honey.
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17/10/2012 5:45:27 p.m.
sieni auvele wrote:
WOW, i myself asked my grandmother about the dawn raids and shes been through the exact same thing. Im studing the dawn raids in drama and you gave me alot of ideas. thank you so much. iv always wanted to act in a movie but dont know where to start, can you please give me some advice please.
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