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Miria George is a New Zealand writer, producer and director of Māori and Cook Island descent. She was born in 1980 in New Zealand and is currently 43 years old. Miria George has written and produced a number of award-winning films, including the feature film "The Strength of Water" (2008), which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. She has also written and directed the short films "The Pou" (2009) and "The Orator" (2011), which both won awards at the Berlin International Film Festival. In addition to her film work, Miria George is also a published author. She has written two books, "The Strength of Water" (2009) and "The Orator" (2012). Miria George is currently based in Auckland, New Zealand. She is married and has two children. Her net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.
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Mīria George was born Rotorua, New Zealand, her schooling took place in New Zealand, the Cook Islands and Costa Rica. Her heritage is Māori from Te Arawa and Ngāti Awa, and Cook Islands from Tumutevarovaro, Enua Manu, Ngāti Kuki ‘Ārani. Her father was Ian George, a well-known Cook Island visual artist.
In 2016 Mīria George received a three month Fulbright-Creative New Zealand Pacific Writer’s Residency at the University of Hawaii. Her focus was to develop a new work called Fire In The Water, Fire In The Sky addressing effects of colonisation, Christianity and climate change in the Pacific.
As co-director of Tawata Productions, Mīria George has been part of producing many events in the landscape of New Zealand theatre. This includes the annual Kia Mau Festival founded in 2012 and the Matariki Development Festival, an international indigenous playwrights' festival. In 2017 as part of the Kia Mau Festival, 160 indigenous artists and practitioners took part.
The work of Mīria George has toured New Zealand and internationally, including Canada, Hawai'i, Australia and the United Kingdom. In November 2005, she won the Emerging Pacific Artist's Award at the Arts Pasifika Awards, organised by Creative New Zealand, and two Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards for her first play, Ohe Ake. She is one of the people featured in the book Cook Island Heroes to inspire young Cook Islanders.
She started writing in 2002 and in 2008 studied in a Masters in Creative Writing from Victoria University of Wellington's International Institute of Modern Letters. She lives in Wellington with her partner Hone Kouka who is also a New Zealand playwright and director. In 2001 they co-founded Tawata Productions and Tawata Press, an organisation that supports creative work from Pacific and Māori writers by producing festivals, workshops and tours of performances.
Mīria George (born 1980) is a New Zealand writer, producer and director of Māori and Cook Island descent. Best known for being the author of award winning stage plays, George has also written radio, television and poetry, and was one of the film directors of the portmanteau film Vai. In November 2005, she won the Emerging Pacific Artist's Award at the Arts Pasifika Awards. Mīria George was the first Cook Islands artist to receive the Fulbright-Creative New Zealand Pacific Writer’s Residency at the University of Hawaii.