|Directed by||Taika Waititi|
|Produced by||Cliff Curtis|
|Written by||Taika Waititi|
Te Kohe Tuhaka
|Music by||Ferand Peek|
|Edited by||Peter Burger|
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The film is about a group of Māori soldiers spending the night in a dilapidated building during World War II, in Italy.
The film is avaliable on Prime Video.
Caging Skies author Christine Leunens said she understood that Taika Waititi was the right person to adapt her novel in the movie Jojo Rabbit after seeing this short film.
- 2nd Place Audience Award – National Geographic All Roads Festival 2004
- Honorable Mention in Short Filmmaking - Sundance Film Festival 2005
- The Special Jury Prize - Berlin Film Festival 2005
- Official Selection - Berlin Film Festival 2005
- Official Selection - Sundance Film Festival 2005
- Official Selection - Aspen Filmfest 2005
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- "Taika Waititi - 10 Directors to Watch". Variety. 2007-01-17. Retrieved 2020-02-29. Unknown parameter
- Watch Tama Tu | Prime Video
- Christine Leunens on writing the book that inspired Jojo Rabbit
- Tama Tu :: Film
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- Two Cars, One Night at NZ On Screen
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