Vaha Tu'itahi, a graduate of the Master's program in Pacific Studies at the University of Auckland, gives a brief summary and introduction to his thesis: Tu'itahi, V. (2016). Fatufatu fala 'i fale lalava: intellectual property vs. indigenous knowledge. Master's thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Primary Title
  • Lalava: A Chiefly Art of Tonga - Indigenous Intellectual Property
Date Broadcast
  • Wednesday 3 May 2017
Original Broadcast Date
  • Tuesday 18 April 2017
Duration
  • 09:28
Channel
  • Media Services
Broadcaster
  • The University of Auckland Libraries and Learning Services
Programme Description
  • Vaha Tu'itahi, a graduate of the Master's program in Pacific Studies at the University of Auckland, gives a brief summary and introduction to his thesis: Tu'itahi, V. (2016). Fatufatu fala 'i fale lalava: intellectual property vs. indigenous knowledge. Master's thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Classification
  • Unknown
Owning Collection
  • Chapman Archive
Broadcast Platform
  • Television
Languages
  • English
Captioning Languages
  • German
Captions
Live Broadcast
  • No
Rights Statement
  • Made for the University of Auckland's educational use as permitted by the Screenrights Licensing Agreement.
Subjects
  • Cultural property--Protection--Tonga
  • Decorative arts--Tonga
  • Intellectual property--Tonga
  • Documentary films--New Zealand
Genres
  • Documentary
  • Educational
  • Interview
Hosts
  • Daniel Hernandez (Director)
  • Daniel Hernandez (Editor)
  • Daniel Hernandez (Producer)
  • Vaha Tu'itahi (Subject)
  • The University of Auckland, Faculty of Arts (Production Unit)
  • Nobleman Ve'ehala (Composer)
  • Leone Productions (Composer)
  • Josh Petruccio (Composer)
Contributors
  • Daniel Hernandez (Director)
  • Daniel Hernandez (Editor)
  • Daniel Hernandez (Producer)
  • Vaha Tu'itahi (Subject)
  • The University of Auckland, Faculty of Arts (Production Unit)
  • Nobleman Ve'ehala (Composer)
  • Leone Productions (Composer)
  • Josh Petruccio (Composer)
Subjects
  • Cultural property--Protection--Tonga
  • Decorative arts--Tonga
  • Intellectual property--Tonga
  • Documentary films--New Zealand