7 episodes

The Film Bay of Plenty Podcast.


Join us as we delve deep into the minds and works of our diverse industry of Kiwi film makers from the Bay of Plenty and Beyond.


The Film Bay of Plenty Podcast showcases and supports all aspects of the screen industry, marketing our vibrant and culturally rich region of Aotearoa New Zealand, to the world.


The film bay of plenty podcast is made possible thanks to:


Tauranga City Council/Priority One, Rotorua Lakes Council/Rotorua NZ, Ōpōtiki Council, Whakatāne Council, Western Bay Council, Taupō Lakes Council/Amplify, Kawerau Council, Bay Trust, TECT and Rotorua Trust.


For more information about us head to www.filmbayofplenty.com

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The Film Bay of Plenty Podcast.


Join us as we delve deep into the minds and works of our diverse industry of Kiwi film makers from the Bay of Plenty and Beyond.


The Film Bay of Plenty Podcast showcases and supports all aspects of the screen industry, marketing our vibrant and culturally rich region of Aotearoa New Zealand, to the world.


The film bay of plenty podcast is made possible thanks to:


Tauranga City Council/Priority One, Rotorua Lakes Council/Rotorua NZ, Ōpōtiki Council, Whakatāne Council, Western Bay Council, Taupō Lakes Council/Amplify, Kawerau Council, Bay Trust, TECT and Rotorua Trust.


For more information about us head to www.filmbayofplenty.com

    What is an Intimacy Coordinator with Jennifer Ward-Lealand

    What is an Intimacy Coordinator with Jennifer Ward-Lealand

    In this podcast Emma Power talks with New Zealand actor and fully qualified Intimacy Coordinator Jennifer Ward-Lealand. We discuss the importance of this role and how Aotearoa has been quick to adapt to this important part of the production process.


    Jennifer also discusses her journey to learning te Reo Māori and the important part it plays in her work today.

    • 30 min
    Te Manawa Tumoana (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Te Manawa Tumoana (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Te Manawa Tumoana (Te Puke) is currently working as a production assistant at Waka Huia, an archival TV series recording the unique stories and histories of Māori for all New Zealanders.


    Creative Bay of Plenty and Film Bay of Plenty are honoured to present three episodes in te reo Māori in celebration of Te Wiki o te reo Māori for The Creative Patapatai Project.


    ⁠These episodes were recorded at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o te Kura Kōkiri, with interviewer Tihini Grant speaking with film/media industry professionals Hemana Waaka, Te Manawa Tumoana, and Kataraina Howden-Borell. ⁠


    ⁠Ngā mihi nui to Film Bay of Plenty, Tihini Grant, Mood, Studio Muse Videography, Toi Ohomai and Te Kura Kōkiri for your collaborative mahi on this kaupapa. ⁠


    Special Thanks to:


    Tauranga City Council/Priority One, Rotorua Lakes Council/Rotorua NZ, Ōpōtiki Council, Whakatāne Council, Western Bay Council, Taupō Lakes Council/Amplify, Kawerau Council, Bay Trust, TECT and Rotorua Trust.⁠


    Ko ngā pae tawhiti, whāia kia tata. Ko ngā pae tata, whakamaua kia tina. Mā te wā.⁠

    • 32 min
    Kataraina Howden-Borell (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Kataraina Howden-Borell (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Actress Kataraina Howden-Borell stars in the 2022 television series Beyond the Veil. Listen to her kōrero with presenter Tihini Grant about the importance of te reo Māori on our screens.


    Creative Bay of Plenty and Film Bay of Plenty are honoured to present three episodes in te reo Māori in celebration of Te Wiki o te reo Māori for The Creative Patapatai Project.


    ⁠These episodes were recorded at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o te Kura Kōkiri, with interviewer Tihini Grant speaking with film/media industry professionals Hemana Waaka, Te Manawa Tumoana, and Kataraina Howden-Borell. ⁠


    ⁠Ngā mihi nui to Film Bay of Plenty, Tihini Grant, Mood, Studio Muse Videography, Toi Ohomai and Te Kura Kōkiri for your collaborative mahi on this kaupapa. ⁠


    Special Thanks to:


    Tauranga City Council/Priority One, Rotorua Lakes Council/Rotorua NZ, Ōpōtiki Council, Whakatāne Council, Western Bay Council, Taupō Lakes Council/Amplify, Kawerau Council, Bay Trust, TECT and Rotorua Trust.⁠


    Ko ngā pae tawhiti, whāia kia tata. Ko ngā pae tata, whakamaua kia tina. Mā te wā.⁠

    • 27 min
    Episode #004 - Hemana Waaka (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Episode #004 - Hemana Waaka (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Hemana Waaka, the world's first sports commentator to present in te reo Maori, speaks with Tihini Grant about inspiring audiences through embracing the language.


    Creative Bay of Plenty and Film Bay of Plenty are honoured to present three episodes in te reo Māori in celebration of Te Wiki o te reo Māori for The Creative Patapatai Project.


    ⁠Ngā mihi nui to Film Bay of Plenty, Tihini Grant, Mood, Studio Muse Videography, Toi Ohomai and Te Kura Kōkiri for your collaborative mahi on this kaupapa. ⁠


    Special thanks to:


    Tauranga City Council/Priority One, Rotorua Lakes Council/Rotorua NZ, Ōpōtiki Council, Whakatāne Council, Western Bay Council, Taupō Lakes Council/Amplify, Kawerau Council, Bay Trust, TECT and Rotorua Trust.


    ⁠Ko ngā pae tawhiti, whāia kia tata. Ko ngā pae tata, whakamaua kia tina. Mā te wā.⁠

    • 32 min
    Episode #003 - Tupoutama & Raiha Paki - (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Episode #003 - Tupoutama & Raiha Paki - (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Tupoutama and Raiha Paki are the Husband and Wife duo behind the whanau owned media company "Hinana" based in Taupō New Zealand


    Hinana Media operates under the values of Kotahitanga and abundance and the Directors are descendants of Ngāti Tūwharetoa & Tainui.


    Hinana Media was established by Co-Directors, Raiha & Tupoutama Paki in 2014 to tell indigenous stories through digital content. The duo are leaders in Maori digital communication, content creation and Te Reo advisors for the Film & TV Industry.


    This episode was made possible thanks to:


    Tauranga City Council/Priority One, Rotorua Lakes Council/Rotorua NZ, Ōpōtiki Council, Whakatāne Council, Western Bay Council, Taupō Lakes Council/Amplify, Kawerau Council, Bay Trust, TECT and Rotorua Trust.


    Recorded in Opatia Marae in celebration of Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori / Maori Language Week 2022 for Film Bay of Plenty.


    www.filmbayofplenty.com

    • 32 min
    Episode #002 - Tim Worrall (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Episode #002 - Tim Worrall (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Special)

    Tim Worrall is a Maori artist, designer, tohunga tā moko, director, screenwriter and consultant within the Aotearoa film & TV industry.


    Tim's work as co-lead writer and lead director for the TV3 drama series Head High, writer of the upcoming feature film Ka Whawhai Tonu - Struggle Without End and co-writer and co-director for anthology feature film We Are Still Here which screened at the Toronto International Film Festival are just some of the reasons for his well respected standing in the industry.


    He is the writer of the TVNZ documentary series Origins and story-liner and director for TVNZ action-drama series Vegas and more recently wrote and directed Beyond the Veil supernatural drama series.


    This episode was made possible thanks to:


    Tauranga City Council/Priority One, Rotorua Lakes Council/Rotorua NZ, Ōpōtiki Council, Whakatāne Council, Western Bay Council, Taupō Lakes Council/Amplify, Kawerau Council, Bay Trust, TECT and Rotorua Trust.


    Recorded in Opatia Marae in celebration of Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori / Maori Language Week 2022 for Film Bay of Plenty.

    • 26 min

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