#directedbywomen #aotearoa is a series of pop-up events around the country, to celebrate and learn from women who direct films, television, web series and commercials, in Aotearoa and elsewhere.
Waikato 125 aims to identify and celebrate the achievements of women in the Waikato from the past to the present through historical stories, video and a special event on the 19th of September.
Wellington celebrates 130 years since the birth of internationally renowned writer Katherine Mansfield with a city-wide programme of events, exhibitions and performances.
Merata Mita, Māori filmmaker and champion of women in indigenous film, is celebrated by her youngest son, archivist Heperi Mita, collaborating with his siblings to deliver a richly personal portrait.
What would you do if you found Kate Sheppard in your bed? This irreverent comedy is about what happens when two young women come face-to-face with five trailblazing wāhine from Aotearoa's history.
The story of Beatrice Hill Tinsley, a relatively unknown kiwi icon who should be a household name. Bright Star depicts the agonising dilemma of an extraordinary women caught between family and career.
In celebration of Suffrage 125, Rialto Channel presents the documentary collection 'Inspirational Women'. A new documentary will have its NZ TV premiere every Wednesday night at 8.30pm in September.
Amanda Millar’s moving documentary CELIA celebrates the enduring legacy of Celia Lashlie, a passionate advocate for social interventions that equipped those long deprived of choice with the tools for responsible decision making.
The Suffrage 125 celebration is being led by the Ministry for Women, New Zealand Minitatanga mō ngā Wahine in partnership with Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage.