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Aotearoa pioneering LGBTIQ, Indigenous and environmental production: The case of Rūrangi in New Zealand

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posted on 19.05.2022, 23:48 authored by Melissa MolloyMelissa Molloy
This article spotlights the remarkable achievements of Rūrangi, a drama series and film created in Aotearoa New Zealand that breaks new ground in transgender production and representation. The case study mainly focuses on off-screen developments that shed light on Rūrangi’s intersectionality, and on the compelling connections drawn by the creative team behind the project between trans identity and environmental and racial justice. Finally, the analysis touches on further innovations the Rūrangi team is implementing in its second season, which is currently in production.

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Molloy, M. (2021). Aotearoa pioneering LGBTIQ, Indigenous and environmental production: The case of Rūrangi in New Zealand. Journal of Environmental Media, 2(2), 203-210. https://doi.org/10.1386/jem_00062_1

Journal title

Journal of Environmental Media

Volume

2

Issue

2

Publication date

01/12/2021

Pagination

203-210

Publisher

Intellect

Publication status

Published

Online publication date

01/12/2021

ISSN

2632-2463

eISSN

2632-2471

Language

en

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