A half hour documentary of my work, filmed by Kirsty MacDonald, will be screened on Maori Television on 23 February 2010 at 9.30pm as part of Kete Aronui, an arts documentary series. The documentary features my solo performance Taualuga: the Last Dance staged at the launch of Paul Baragwanath and Art consultancy in Auckland to […]
Maori Television’s Kete Aronui is an art show featuring artists from all around Aotearoa and covering all disciplines. From music, carvers, performers, weavers, painters, sculptors, film makers, theatre and multimedia, Kete Aronui is at the heart of indigenous art. An upcoming episode directed by Kirsty MacDonald features Shigeyuki Kihara and her work.
The ‘Assume Nothing’ film will be screened as part of the Queer DOC film festival in Sydney on 9th September 2009. Directed by filmmaker Kirsty MacDonald, ‘Assume Nothing’ is also a finalist in the Qantas Film and Television Awards for Best Arts/Festival/Feature – Documentary!
Assume Nothing film featuring Shigeyuki Kihara is showing at the Rhode Island International Film Festival, USA. The Assume Nothing film, in the making for the last five years, is by director Kirsty MacDonald collaborating with a number of artists and performers from New Zealand who express their alternative gender identity through their art, and featuring […]