traces the journey of the Partington collection of 19th century photographs of Whanganui Māori. The 2001 chance discovery of these previously unknown photographs in a garage in the Bay of Islands provides a rare visual insight into 19th century NZ history and forged a link between Māori in the present with Tupuna in the past. However, it provoked a cultural clash that pitted Māori and Pakeha views of ownership against each other.

Directors McNeill and Cutore.

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