Koro's Hāngi (2019)

  • 8min
  • Gianni Aro-Reid
  • Danni Liang
  • New Zealand
  • 2019

All short films in the festival are free thanks to Chorus.

Neil Reid has been creating traditional Māori kai in a hāngi earth oven for many decades.

He grew up watching and learning the process of the hāngi through his ancestors during the whānau Christmas parties they had in Maketu.

Neil decided to take this knowledge to his new home in South Auckland, Manurewa and begin creating his own hāngi with the help of his whānau.

Guiding his younger generations through the seven-hour procedure, we watch as the Reid whānau create New Zealand’s oldest Māori dish, bringing together friends and family from all over to enjoy this historic kai.

Doc Edge Shorts are also supported by Shift72.

Director

Gianni Aro-Reid

Director

Danni Liang

Language(s)

English

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