Inaugural Pasifika Formative years Brief Movie Winners In The Bay Of Lots
Inaugural Pasifika Formative years Brief Movie Winners In The Bay Of Lots


The regional winners of the primary Pasifika Formative years Brief
Movie Festival had been introduced for the Bay of Lots
at a purple carpet awards rite held in Rotorua on Saturday
30 July.

Thirty Pasifika highschool scholars from
around the Bay participated within the festival together with
scholars from Rotorua Boys Prime; Rotorua Intermediate;
Kaitao Intermediate; John Paul School; Rotorua Women Prime;
Rotorua Lakes Prime; Katikati School; Mount Maunganui
School; and Tauranga Boys School.

The contest
was once held through Poporazzi Productions, which specialises in
telling Pacific tales via movie, with the reinforce of
premier sponsor The Ministry
of Training NZ
in the course of the Pasifika Innovation Fund.
Class sponsors incorporated the Ministry of Pacific Peoples ;
Centre
for Pacific Languages
; Niu
FM
; Rotorua
Pacific Islands Construction Charitable Believe
; TROW
Staff
; Pacific
Enlargement
, Ati Consultancy and PISA
– Pacific Islands Display screen Artists
.

Thé motion pictures had been
judged through an all-star line of Pasifika from the display screen
business – Stacey Leilua, Jay Tauamiti, Stallone
Vaiaoga-Ioasa, and Nicole
Whippy
.

11 winners had been introduced at the evening.
The Co-Founders of Poporazzi Productions, husband and spouse
group, Esera Tanoa’i and Tupe Solomon-Tanoa’i say, “We are hoping
that the boldness our early life won will stick with them for
a very long time. Without reference to whether or not they gained a prize,
finishing a brief movie is a vital success, and
telling your tale is its personal praise. The true festival
is between the movie you are making this yr, and the movie you
make subsequent yr.”

1 BEST DIRECTOR SENIOR – Roman
Tukimaka, Katikati School

2. BEST DIRECTOR JUNIOR –
Polaapau Akauola, Rotorua Intermediate

3. BEST ACTRESS
– Annie Peni, Katikati School

4. BEST ACTOR – Desmond
Mafile’o, Rotorua Boys Prime

5. BEST SOUND – Lona
Tautua’a, Katikati School

6. BEST EDITING – Melina
Pelesikoti, Katikati School

7. BEST DOCUMENTARY –
Joseph O’Connor, Mt Maunganui School

8. BEST PASIFIKA
LANGUAGE – Henele Akauola, Rotorua Intermediate

9.
BEST SCHOOL – Katikati School

10. PEOPLE’S CHOICE –
Desmond Mafile’o, Rotorua Boys Prime

11. BEST FILM –
Joseph O’Connor, Mt Maunganui
School

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