Where to Buy
No door sales are available at screening venues.
You must have a pre-purchased ticket to enter.
68 Main Street Ōtaki,
Monday – Saturday 11 am – 4 pm
Festival Week March 15 – 19: 9 am – 8:30 pm
0508 iTICKET (484-253)
If you love Māoriland Film Festival, Tīkiti tākoha is a way to enjoy everything while offering tangible support to Māoriland.
Tīkiti tākoha are priced from $175 and gives free access to all public screenings while including a charitable donation to the Māoriland Charitable Trust. All charitable donations are tax-deductible in NZ.
MFF Industry Pass
Māoriland’s industry program is a space for those working in the screen industry to wānanga and network.
Industry passes give access to industry-only events and one ticket per screening.
- Panel Discussions
- Industry Receptions
Industry Pass Terms
- You need a physical ticket to enter any event. These can be claimed by showing your Industry Pass at The Māoriland Hub, 68 Main St Ōtaki.
- We recommend you select your tickets before the festival. Information on how to do this will be emailed to pass holders. If you choose not to use a ticket, please return it to the Ticket Office so someone else can enjoy the film.
- Your pass does not guarantee a ticket if sessions are sold out.
- Industry passes are not transferable.
- Lost passes cannot be reprinted.
- Closing Night Party. Due to limited numbers, you must RSVP to attend this party by Friday, 15 March, 6 pm to ensure your ticket.
Industry passes can be collected from the Manuwhiri desk at the Māoriland Hub, 68 Main St Ōtaki, from Tuesday, March 19, 2024. In case of cancellation, refunds will be made available.
Tickets to the MFF are priced as low as possible to ensure the festival is accessible to the community. The cost of your ticket is only a tiny contribution to the work done by the Māoriland team and the filmmakers to bring the MFF to life.
We cannot provide refunds for illness or a ‘change of mind’. All purchases are final. If you can no longer attend an event, we encourage you to gift your ticket to a friend. Kei moumou!