With a machete and a hammer, Nooroa Baker goes out to collect a few ingredients to create a traditional Māori medicine that holds great Mana within and is at risk of being forgotten forever.
Director: Joshua Baker – Kuki Airani Māori
Cook Islands | 2019 | 9 min
Māori w English Subtitles ǀ Documentary Short
Teariki Productions’ founder Joshua Baker has studied film production in both New Zealand and Australia. Graduating in 2018 with a Performance and Screen Arts Degree in Directing and Writing he returned to the Cook Islands to begin the Te Kuki Airani Film Festival.
Content Warning: None
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