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Discover the rising talents of new and established directors in this collection of short films from Aotearoa New Zealand. The films are loosely themed around the Te Ao Māori concept of Te Ōhākī - meaning cultural and identity reclamation. Find here stories of people from many different cultures who are feeling displaced or disconnected, and seeking their place in the world. Be that place the family home, out on the streets, inside a quarantine facility or astride a stage for drag queens. Films in this session include: What's the Disabili-Tea: Misty Frequency Daughter of God Lǎo Lao Lǎo Le Plastic - A love letter to the estranged Anu Buttons and Dumplings Find Where I Belong Te Whakawhitinga