Hinemoa was an early silent film produced in New Zealand in 1914 which is presumed to be lost now. It was claimed to be the first feature film produced in New Zealand, although it should not be confused with a film of the same name shot by French director Gaston Méliès a year earlier. It was billed as "The first big dramatic work filmed and acted in the land of the Moa".


The film tells the Māori legend of . No prints are known to have survived.


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    contentLocation New Zealand
    director George Herrmann Tarr
    genre drama
    producer Edward Anderson
    recordedAt New Zealand
    theme silent