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Merata Mita (1942–2010)

Merata Mita was born on June 19, 1942 in Maketu, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. She was a producer and director, known for Patu! (1983), Mauri (1988) and Boy (2010). She was married to Geoff Murphy. She died on May 31, 2010 in Auckland, New Zealand. See full bio »

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(age 67) in Auckland, New Zealand

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Known For

Patu!
Patu! Producer
(1983)
Mauri
Mauri Producer
(1988)
Boy
Boy Producer
(2010)
Te Whakarauora Tangata
(2011)

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 2011 Te Whakarauora Tangata (Documentary) (producer)
 2010 Papa Mau (Documentary) (executive producer)
 2010/I Boy (co-producer)
 2008 Keao (Short) (producer)
 2008 Letter to My Mom (Documentary short) (producer)
 2004 Spooked (producer)
 2004 Pear ta ma 'on maf (executive producer)
 2002 Hotere (producer)
 1988 Mauri (producer)
 1983 Patu! (Documentary) (producer)
 1980 Bastion Point: Day 507 (Documentary short) (producer)
 1980 Keskidee Aroha (Documentary) (producer)
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She was awarded the CNZM (Companion of the Order of New Zealand Merit) in the 2010 Queen's New Years Honours List for Her services to the Film Industry. See more »

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